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Expert Witness : JAMES MICHAEL MALONE M.D.


Case WILLIAM F. WHITE v. LAKEWOOD HOSPITAL
Testimony Date February 05, 1999
Expert Type Surgery - General
Court State: Ohio County: Cuyahoga
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IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

OF CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OHIO


WILLIAM F. WHITE,

Plaintiff,

VS. Case No. 347495

LAKEWOOD HOSPITAL ASSOC.,
et al.,

Defendants.








DEPOSITION OF JAMES MICHAEL MALONE, M.D.


Phoenix, Arizona
February 5, 1999
2:01 p.m.








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COASH & COASH, INC.
Registered Professional Reporters
Prepared by: 1802 North 7th Street
WANDA J. CURRY, RMR, CSR Phoenix, Arizona 85004
Telephone: (602) 258-1440
Prepared for:
MR. R. ERIC KENNEDY
Attorney at Law

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1 THE DEPOSITION OF JAMES MICHAEL MALONE, M.D.,

2 was taken at 2:01 p.m., on February 5, 1999, at the

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4 Suite, Phoenix, Arizona, before WANDA J. CURRY, a

5 Notary Public in and for the County of Maricopa, State

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7 The Plaintiff was represented by his

8 attorneys, Weisman, Goldberg & Weisman, by Mr. R. Eric

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10 The Defendants were represented by their

11 attorneys, Mazanec, Raskin & Ryder Co., L.P.A., by

12 Ms. Beverly A. Harris, telephonically from her offices

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1 JAMES MICHAEL MALONE, M.D.,

2 called as a witness herein, having been first duly

3 sworn, was examined and testified as follows:

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5 EXAMINATION

6 Q- BY MS. HARRIS: Doctor, my name is Beverly

7 Harris and I am here on behalf of Dr. Bekeny.  I'm

8 going to be asking you a number of questions today.

9 Because we're on a speakerphone, if you have

10 any problems either hearing me or in understanding my

11 question, it doesn't make sense or you don't get my

12 accent, I ask that you stop me and I'll try and clarify

13 or straighten out the question for you.

14 If you answer a question, I will assume that

15 you knew the answer -- or that you knew what I was

16 asking and I will be relying upon your answer. Is that

17 fair?

18 A. That's fair.

19 Q. Would you state your full name for the