Click the link below for an article on ways you can celebrate National Book Month this October. 11 Ways To Celebrate National Book Month (2023)
In the news: Ben Brody, a Jewish 22-year-old living in Los Angeles, has suffered harassment and permanent reputational damage ever since Musk amplified to his 158 million followers on X, formerly known as Twitter, false accusations tying Brody to the right-wing brawl, according to the complaint obtained by Law360 and lodged in Travis County District […]
And I keep track of it here on my blog. Just punch in #QualityFraud in the search bar on The Daily Blog on my website. A hospice medical director was sentenced to four years in prison and ordered to pay $18 million for his role in submitting more than $150 million in bogus Medicare claims […]
Lawyers need to effectively manage their emotions when things get heated. In transcripts of various depositions examining the plaintiffs’ four experts, then-Kline & Specter attorney Thomas Bosworth “alternated between being rude, demeaning and obnoxious,” U.S. District Judge Stephanie L. Haines said in her Wednesday opinion, highlighting Bosworth’s use of a “higher-pitched, mocking tone to belittle […]
“Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed. If people all over the world…would do this, it would change the earth.” William Faulkner
I advise my clients that the pursuit of a medical malpractice claim involves waiving the privacy and confidentiality of the medical issues related to the claim. I think that is customary advice in the legal community. Trying to parse out what may remain confidential, whether you have a “qualified protective order” or not, is an […]
#QualityFraud A Pennsylvania appellate court’s recent ruling makes clear that a hospital’s internal documents are generally considered fair game for discovery in medical malpractice suits and the onus is on health care providers to prove otherwise, experts said. Read more at: https://www.law360.com/personal-injury-medical-malpractice/articles/1723936?nl_pk=029cff45-637f-44e3-babf-75563f8e0bfd&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=personal-injury-medical-malpractice&utm_content=2023-09-21&read_main=1&nlsidx=0&nlaidx=0?copied=1
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I have had cases like the one below with both anonymous and signed reports removed from medical charts. In one case, a doctor met me in a restaurant across the street from the hospital and delivered to me his copy of a report that had been removed from the patient’s chart. I have also been […]