• Why you won’t have to be photographed with a clown at your next mammogram Friday, April 30, 2010

    The Recorder:  California appeals court judge William W. Bedsworth wonders why doctors are “so anxious to practice law”:  “Every time I go in there, they hand me contracts that require me to waive most of my constitutional rights, all of my free will and at least three guarantees of the Magna Carta.”  He goes on to describe what his attorney wife found as she dug through the fine print when she showed up for a mammogram.  (Reading Wadsworth’s column requires free registration at Law.com.)

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