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Mager v. United Hospitals of Newark

Supreme Court of New Jersey
Mar 7, 1966
217 A.2d 325 (N.J. 1966)

Opinion

Argued February 7, 1966 —

Decided March 7, 1966.

Appeal from Superior Court, Appellate Division.

Mr. Edward V. Ryan argued the cause for appellant ( Mr. William J. Gannon, on the brief).

Mr. Jerome S. Lieb argued the cause for respondent ( Messrs. Harkavy Lieb, attorneys).


The judgment is affirmed for the reasons expressed in the opinion of Judge Goldmann in the Appellate Division.

HALL, J., concurs in result.

For affirmance — Chief Justice WEINTRAUB and Justices JACOBS, FRANCIS, PROCTOR, HALL and SCHETTINO — 6.

For reversal — None.


Summaries of

Mager v. United Hospitals of Newark

Supreme Court of New Jersey
Mar 7, 1966
217 A.2d 325 (N.J. 1966)
Case details for

Mager v. United Hospitals of Newark

Case Details

Full title:ROSE MAGER, AS GENERAL ADMINISTRATRIX AND AS ADMINISTRATRIX AD…

Court:Supreme Court of New Jersey

Date published: Mar 7, 1966

Citations

217 A.2d 325 (N.J. 1966)
217 A.2d 325

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