Shock-Trauma doctors seeking a settlement

August 07, 1992|By Douglas Birch | Douglas Birch,Staff Writer

Three fired Shock Trauma Center doctors temporarily dropped an effort to get a judge to reinstate them today. Lawyers for the physicians and their boss, Dr. Kimball I. Maull, said they were trying to negotiate a settlement.

After meeting with lawyers for both sides, Baltimore Circuit Court Judge Hilary D. Caplan announced the hearing was postponed "in the hopes it will be resolved in a form that's comfortable for all."

Neither Edward J. Gutman, a lawyer for the fired doctors, nor William Howard, an attorney representing Dr. Maull, would discuss the negotiations.

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