John M. Conley Discusses Impact of Pending Genomics CasePDF
A South Carolina woman is suing a lab diagnostic company and its subsidiary for allegedly violating federal regulations and failing to identify the genetic mutation that caused her 2-year-old son to die from seizures. John M. Conley, an attorney with Robinson Bradshaw and editor of the Genomics Law Report, was interviewed for an article about the case on GenomeWeb.com. He weighed in on the challenge of proving the diagnostic company's negligence, the impact the case could have on other labs' standard practices, and the potential reasoning for not including the child's doctors in the lawsuit.
Read more about Conley's thoughts on the case at GenomeWeb.com.