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Medical Malpractice Liability: Kazakhstan Law and Practice

Liability for medical malpractice in Kazakhstan remains poorly regulated. The Kazakhstan healthcare system has recently undergone a crucial transformation, with pending reforms designed to improve the quality of...more

Benevolent Gesture Law Doesn’t Bar Malpractice Suits

Sometimes an apology is all it takes to mend fences ? at least the state of Pennsylvania hopes this is the case for healthcare providers who own up to their negligent actions. Recently, Governor Tom Corbett signed Senate Bill...more

NPDB Guidebook revision would clarify investigation reporting issues

Physicians always have been justifiably concerned about reports to the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) regarding malpractice payments and adverse peer review actions. Two areas of frequent uncertainty have...more

Audit Log Discovery As A Feature Of The Electronic Medical Record

The increased use of electronic medical records ("EMR") is changing not only the way physicians practice medicine but also the way discovery is conducted in medical malpractice lawsuits. Plaintiffs' attorneys seek to...more

Changes in Medical Malpractice Laws

Michigan lawmakers are attempting to drastically reform the state’s medical malpractice laws. Last month, the House passed bills aimed to modify the current state of medical malpractice in Michigan....more

Rhode Island Supreme Court Invalidates Healthcare Provider’s Right to Self-Insure

In its recent decision in Peloquin v. Haven Health Ctr. of Greenville, 2013 R.I. LEXIS 9 (R.I. Jan. 14, 2013), the Supreme Court of Rhode Island had occasion to consider the validity of a self-insured retention in a...more

Medical Malpractice Litigation [Video]

Returning faculty member Gerald Oginski presents an updated program about Medical Malpractice Litigation for the non-personal injury attorney. Attorney Oginski explains how an attorney should respond to different medical...more

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