• December 9, 2016

breastfeedingThis week, the Star Tribune covered a recent lawsuit brought by a new mother whose two day-old baby was accidentally handed over to the wrong mom and breast fed by this unrelated woman at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.

The plaintiff’s lawyer is Wayne A. Jagow.

How much do you think this case is worth? What are the damages?

I wonder if the woman who gave away her breast milk to a stranger can also bring a lawsuit against the baby for unjust enrichment? Restitution? Disgorgement?

Against the hospital for aiding and abetting?

The complaint is pretty bare-bones.

Shouldn’t an apology from the hospital and a fruit basket or something be enough?


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