It seems that at the Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, a surgeon, of the name Hawk (I kid you not) proposed that the AMA endorse a plan that would allow doctors to deny care to attorneys involved in malpractice litigation. Of course, he was practically booed off the stage and impassioned pleas ensued from those attending the meeting not to abandon care for everyone.
I can't believe I am saying this, but it sounds like Hawk is just endorsing good old fashioned shunning to discourage bad behavior. I kind of like it.
(P.S., I am the child of an attorney, so no need to defend the legal profession to me.)
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