No. 89-2039.

167 Wis.2d 24 (1992)

481 N.W.2d 277

Edward KASHISHIAN, Personal Representative of the Estate of Ruth Kashishian, Plaintiff-Appellant-Petitioner, v. Steven PORT, M.D., Issam Al-Bitar, M.D., and Mount Sinai Medical Center, Defendants-Respondents, WISCONSIN HEALTH CARE LIABILITY INSURANCE PLAN and Wisconsin Patients Compensation Fund, Defendants.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided March 18, 1992.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the plaintiff-appellant-petitioner there were briefs (in the court of appeals) Sean N. Duffey, Penelope D. Hillemann, Richard H. Schulz and Law Offices of Richard H. Schulz, Milwaukee, and oral argument by Mr. Duffey.

For the defendant-respondent, Steven Port, M.D., the cause was argued by David T. Flanagan, assistant attorney general, with whom on the brief was James E. Doyle, attorney general.

For the defendants-respondents, Issam Al-Bitar, M.D. and Mount Sinai Medical Center, there were briefs by Michael P. Malone, Thomas A. Ogorchock and Hinshaw & Culbertson, Milwaukee and oral argument by Mr. Ogorchock.


The plaintiff, Edward Kashishian (Kashishian), personal representative of the estate of Ruth Kashishian, seeks review of an unpublished decision of the court of appeals which dismissed, in part, Kashishian's medical malpractice action against Mount Sinai Medical Center (Mount Sinai) and in full his action against Dr. Steven Port. Kashishian first argues that Mount Sinai is liable for the allegedly negligent acts of Dr. Port because Dr. Port...

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