ST. PAUL, Minn. (FOX 47) -- The Minnesota Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a case involving online doctor reviews.
Dr. David McKee of Duluth sued the son of one of his patients who posted negative reviews.
A complaint said Dennis Laurion posted the reviews on three rate-your-doctor websites after Dr. McKee treated his father.
The Minnesota Supreme Court is considering whether the reviews can be proven true or false, and whether the statements on the websites are considered opinions. Click here to read a summary of issues in the case.
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