Where are the records? Handling lost/destroyed records in child welfare tort litigation.
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As child welfare professionals, we have all encountered the “missing” record, most often during day-to-day advocacy. For those who practice child welfare tort litigation, incomplete discovery is also common, even though case records can be critical in determining negligence or malfeasance.
Margolin, Dale and Pollack, Daniel. (August 2011). Where are the records? Handling lost/destroyed records in child welfare tort litigation. ABA Child Law Practice (30(6): 1, 86-91.
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