The third party in the case before me argues that Stainer v. Plaza is authority for the proposition that all of the doctors' opinions resulting from a medical examination should be protected by solicitor's brief privilege and that a party requesting an examination under Rule 30(1) should not be ordered to obtain a report from the doctor in order to protect that solicitor's brief privilege.
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