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Religious Institutions Update: October 2013

The legitimacy of political speech from the pulpit is much debated. Some contend that religious institutions should be silent, because of separation of church and state or the inaccessibility of divine inspiration to...more

Current Issues in Negligent Credentialing Part 1

Goals of Program: • What must a plaintiff establish in order to succeed in a negligent credentialing case • Review of recent cases and their impact on a hospital’s duty to protect patients • How to successfully...more

Stay of Discovery Under PSLRA Does Not Apply During All Motions to Dismiss

Plaintiff brought a claim for securities fraud against a medical device corporation and certain employees, officers and board members of the corporation. Several defendants (the moving defendants) filed motions to dismiss the...more

American Health Lawyers Association: 2010 Annual Meeting & In-House Counsel Program: Managing & Moderating the Disruptive...

In This Presentation: A Legal Perspective: Legal issues to be Addressed and Revolved • Compliance with Joint Commission and Bylaw Standards • State Reporting Obligations • National Practitioner Data Bank Reporting...more

Medicare Set-Asides-Best Practice Article

All organizations are faced with a significant number of employment and liability risk issues during these difficult economic times. Successful firms are employing a cohesive team and infrastructure to address the...more

Credentialing Resource Center Symposium: Privileging Challenges and Solutions - Current Issues in Negligent Credentialing - May...

Goals of Program • What a plaintiff must establish in order to succeed in a negligent credentialing case • Review of recent cases and their impact on a hospital’s duty to protect patients • How to successfully defend...more

Medical Staff Bylaws: How to create documents that are clear, compliant, and fair

In this Presentation: *How did we get here? *Erosion of “the club” *Why an “organized” medical staff? *Why bylaws? *Bylaws components *Commonly encountered bylaws weaknesses: *Conflict of interest *Member’s...more

Report on Effects of Asbestos Dust on the Lungs and the Supression in the Asbestos Industry

The first major clinical study involving hundreds of asbestos workers was conducted by Dr. Merewether, a prominent medical researcher. His study indicates that one out of every 4 workers was suffering from asbestosis. His...more

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