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Expert Witness : STANLEY POST M.D.


Case DAVID CHAPPLE V. BRENTWOOD HOSPITAL SYSTEM
Testimony Date August 08, 1990
Expert Type Obstetrics / Gynecology
Court State: Ohio County: Cuyahoga
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I IN TI:E COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

2 CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OHIO

3 DAVID CHAPPLE,

4 Plaintif f ,
JUDGE R.J. McMONAGLE
5 _vs- CASE NO. 155186

6 BRENTWOOD HOSPITAL,
et al.,
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Defendants.
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10 Deposition of STANLEY POST, M.D., taken as if

11 upon cross-examination before Lynn D. Thompson,

12 a Notary Public within and for the State of

13 Ohio, at the offices of Stanley Post, M.D.,

14 26300 Euclid Avenue, Euclid Ohio, at 10:25 a.m.

15 on Wednesday, August 8, 1990, pursuant to notice

16 and/or stipulations of counsel, on behalf of the

17 Plaintiff in this cause.


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MEHLER & HAGESTROM
20 Court Reporters
1750 Midland Building
21 Cleveland, Ohio 44115
216.621.4984
22 FAX 621.0050
800.822.0650
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1 APPEARANCES:

2 Andrew P. Krembs, Esq.
Nurenberg, Plevin, Heller & McCarthy
3 First Floor
1370 Ontario Street
4 Cleveland, Ohio 44113
(216) 621-2300,
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On behalf of the Plaintiff;
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John R. Irwin, M.D., Esq.
7 Reminger & Reminger
Seventh Floor - 113 St. Clair Building
8 Cleveland, Ohio 44114
(216) 687-1311,
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On behalf of the Defendant
10 Brentwood Hospital;

11 Philip J. Weaver, Jr., Esq.
Cronquist, Smith, Marshall and Weaver
12 500 National City - East Sixth Building
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
13 (216) 781-4994,

14 On behalf of the Defendants
Dr. Charles List and Dr. Wilhite Grigg.
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ALSO PRESENT:
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Patricia Giles
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1 STANLEY POST, M.D., of lawful age, called
2 by the Plaintiff for the purpose of
3 cross-examination, as provided by the Rules Of
4 Civil Procedure, being by me first duly sworn,
5 as hereinafter certified, deposed and said as
6 f 01 lows:
7 MR. KREMBS: Let the record show
8 that this is the deposition of Stanley Post,
9 M.D. being taken as a discovery deposition upon
10 cross-examination as he is serving as an expert
11 on behalf of the Defendant Brentwood Hospital.
12 This deposition, as I understand it, is being
13 taken pursuant to agreement of counsel as to
14 time, date and place.
15 DR. IRWIN: Correct.
16 MR. KREMBS: And that by agreement,
17 we are also going to hold in abeyance the
18 completion of the deposition by virtue of the
19 fdct that there is an outstanding request for
20 hospital protocols that has not been produced
21 yet, and as a result, if I forget to say it at
22 the conclusion of the deposition, Plaintiff will
23 reserve the right