Plaintiffs' experts may inspect New England Compounding for info about fungal contamination

, The National Law Journal

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A Boston federal magistrate judge is allowing plaintiffs's experts to conduct "destructive" testing, including inspection of walls and ductwork, at New England Compounding Pharmacy Inc., a company linked to a fungal meningitis outbreak that caused 37 deaths.

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    Sometimes experts need more latitude for what they are trying to examine. Experts have to know in detail what they speak of, many times its from prior experience but there are occasions where demonstrations are needed to shed more light on a given situation.

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