Florida Supreme Court Limits Medicare Liens On Tort Recoveries
Hospital Sued By Ex Employees For Retaliatory Firings
I am starting a series of posts and daily news finds on Data Breach, Quality Fraud and the reasons behind our tremendously expensive health care. Before starting that, I wanted to re-post an article I published a couple of years ago. The Radiology Regional data breach mentioned below was successfully resolved recently. The 21CO data […]
HCA Palms West Hospital Cover Up In Death of Boy
Dr. David Healy on the role and benefits of hard dissent. It applies to the law as well as medicine.
A trio of articles on lawyers organizing to battle family separation and “tender age detention centers” in America: Lawyer Moms of America LGG: Lawyers for Good Government ABA Asylum Project
Like the travel ban, lawyers and judges are going to repair the damage done by this Administration’s “executive orders” on immigration.
#QualityFraud: Oxy Manufacturer Sued (Again)
In 2006, the Florida Supreme Court decertified the class action of smokers against the tobacco industry, ruling that cases could be tried individually but laying down certain rules by which those cases would be tried. Engle v. Liggett Group, Inc., 945 S0. 2d 1246 (Fla. 2006). Decertification can happen when the Court determines that the […]
Are we losing the right to oral argument on appeal in Federal Court?