Gary Kean reports:
The Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador has decided that a group of patients who had their health information inappropriately accessed by a Western Health employee have grounds to continue with a class action lawsuit against the health authority.
Justice William Goodridge, who heard arguments last February from both the health authority and the lawyers representing 1,043 people who were notified about the breaches of privacy, released his decision Monday morning.
Read more on The Western Star. I haven’t located a copy of the decision yet, but will update this post if/when I locate it.