Reproductive Svcs., Inc. v. Walker,
439 U.S. 1354 (1978)

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Reproductive Svcs., Inc. v. Walker, 439 U.S. 1354 (1978)

Reproductive Services, Inc. v. Walker

No. A-1091

Decided August 21, 1978

439 U.S. 1354


Reapplication to stay Texas Supreme Court's order denying applicant medical clinic operator's motion for a writ of mandamus directed to respondent trial judge to overturn his order that applicant produce certain medical records in a medical malpractice suit against it, is granted. It appears that an order entered by respondent after denial of the initial application for a stay does not satisfy the express condition for such denial that a "protective order" ensuring the privacy of patients at applicant's clinics be entered.

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