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Reduce the risk of suit with the four “Cs”

Medical malpractice litigation impacts health care providers in varying significant ways.  There is much discussion about defensive medicine, unnecessary tests and procedures, and the economic and emotional toil of malpractice litigation.  Like the weather, many lament without doing much about ...

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No sanctions for late expert disclosure

A plaintiff who sued for delayed diagnosis of her breast cancer has settled her suit against multiple defendants, but not before a missed discovery deadline caused a “firestorm” and prompted an accusation of “back-stabbing” by a codefendant. Plaintiff Melissa Thompson ...

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