Case BriefInstructions:Each of your case briefs must include:A brief statement of the relevant facts.The issue the court had to decide.Note: The guiding question we provide for each case is related to, but does not substitute for, the issue we are asking you to identify and explain. Do not simply repeat the question we have asked about each case.The rule the court found or adopted.The application of the rule to the facts.The court’s conclusion.Do you agree with this conclusion? What do you think the impact on Healthcare is?v. Pollard (Oregon, 1971)pages 19495 (screenshots of case attached, please also review case brief samples)Is a physician who screams at, insults, and belittles an injured patient liable for the intention tort of outrage, or Intentional Affliction of Emotional Distress?
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