McKee V. Laurion: Laurion Letter To Minnesota Board Of Medical Practice Used As Plaintiff Exhibit

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May 22, 2010

[ The Defendant’s letter to the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice was provided as Exhibit AA-425 of the Minnesota Defamation Lawsuit of David McKee, MD, V. Dennis K. Laurion, Minnesota Sixth Judicial District Case 69DU-CV-10-1706, Filed June 9, 2010. ]

From: 5402 Juniata Street, Duluth MN 55804, (218) 525-5577

To: Minnesota Board Of Medical Practice, 2829 University Avenue S.E., Suite 500, Minneapolis, MN 55414-3246

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen:

On April 22, 2010, I sent you a letter complaining about Dr. David McKee’s treatment of my father at St. Luke’s Hospital in Duluth, Minnesota.

On May 7, 2010, Dr. McKee’s attorney threatened me with a lawsuit if I made further communications about him.

On May 14, 2010, I filed a notarized formal complaint with you, appending a copy of my letter of April 22, 2010.

On May 21, 2010, Dr. McKee served me with a summons relative to a defamation suit.  I am mailing you a copy in the hopes that it will be filed with and considered with my complaint of May 14, 2010.

I affirm to you that Dr. McKee made the statements and committed the acts that I have attributed to him. I firmly believe that his lawsuit is nothing more than retaliation for my complaint of May 14, 2010. My mother, father, and wife are prepared to attest to you that they were in Room 411 at St. Luke’s Hospital with Dr. McKee when he said and did those things.

My sole objective in writing to you and other medical standards bodies was to have someone who can command Dr. McKee’s attention tell him that upset patients complain to other people, and it behooves him and the medical community to have him practice better people skills. I expected him to issue a defensive apology to my father – an offer of regrets that my family misunderstood him.

I repeat that I do not know Dr. McKee, had no prior axe to grind, and have no motive for complaining about his actions other than the one stated in this letter. With my father’s stroke foremost in my mind, I was not predisposed to pick a fight with one of my father’s treating sources.

Respectfully,

/S/

Dennis Laurion


Defendant Dennis Laurion’s Web Posting

Defendant Dennis Laurion’s Patient Complaint

Plaintiff David McKee’s Reply To Patient Complaint

Plaintiff David McKee’s Cease And Desist Letter To Defendant Dennis Laurion

Defendant Dennis Laurion’s Complaint To Minnesota Board Of Medical Practice

Plaintiff David McKee’s Complaint To Sixth Judicial District Duluth Court

Plaintiff David McKee’s Response To Minnesota Board Of Medical Practice

Defendant Dennis Laurion’s Answer To Plaintiff David McKee’s Complaint

Defendant Dennis Laurion’s Motion For Summary Judgment

Defendant Dennis Laurion’s Deposition Extracts

Plaintiff David McKee’s Deposition Testimony About Circumstances Before Encounter With Laurion Family

Plaintiff David McKee’s Deposition Testimony About Encounter With Laurion Family

Plaintiff David McKee’s Deposition Testimony About Circumstances After Encounter With Laurion Family

Plaintiff David McKee’s Deposition Testimony In Response To Questions By Marshall Tanick

Affidavits By Defendant Dennis Laurion’s Parents

Defendant Dennis Laurion’s Supplemental Motion For Summary Judgment

Plaintiff David McKee’s Motion To Oppose Summary Judgment

Defendant Dennis Laurion’s Reply Memo In Support Of Motion For Summary Judgment

Sixth Judicial District Court’s Order On Motion For Summary Judgment

Plaintiff David McKee’s Appeal Of Order On Motion For Summary Judgment

Plaintiff David McKee’s Brief To Minnesota Court Of Appeals

Defendant Dennis Laurion’s Brief To Minnesota Court Of Appeals

Plaintiff David McKee’s Reply Brief To Minnesota Court Of Appeals

Minnesota Court Of Appeals Order To Strike Portion Of Plaintiff David McKee’s Reply Brief

Minnesota Court Of Appeals Announces Decision

Defendant Dennis Laurion’s Petition For Review By Minnesota Supreme Court

Plaintiff David McKee’s Opposition To Review By Minnesota Supreme Court

Defendant Dennis Laurion’s Brief To Minnesota Supreme Court

Plaintiff David McKee’s Brief To Minnesota Supreme Court

Defendant Dennis Laurion’s Reply Brief To Minnesota Supreme Court

Minnesota Supreme Court Decision On David McKee MD V. Dennis K. Laurion

David McKee MD v. Dennis Laurion 2010

David McKee MD v. Dennis Laurion 2011

David McKee MD v. Dennis Laurion 2012

David McKee MD v. Dennis Laurion 2013

McKee V Laurion Is A Textbook Case

 

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