A case management conference in suit over a woman's disclosed sexually transmitted disease test results will be held Wednesday at 9 a.m.
Plaintiff Jane Doe is suing Maureen Sackmann and Quest Diagnostics Inc. for allegedly revealing her positive Herpes test to her boyfriend.
Jane Doe alleges that Sackmann revealed the results because she too was having sexual relations with the plaintiff's boyfriend, John Doe.
The suit contends that Sackmann told John Doe that the plaintiff had passed the disease on to him and that he had passed it on to Sackmann.
The plaintiff contends that the defendants have inflicted emotional distress upon her and that her privacy was invaded.
The defendants deny the claims.
The suit is seeking damages of more than $350,000 and costs.
Jane Doe is represented by Emily Johnson.
Sackmann is represented by John Webster.
Quest Diagnostics is represented by Matthew Day.
Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder presides.
The case is Madison case number 10-L-101.