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Challenging a Notice of Intent? File Motion with First Responsive Pleadings

What a Difference a Day Makes

Res Ipsa Loquitur May Apply in Medical Malpractice Cases When a Patient is Unconscious, Even With Multiple Defendants

Alleged failure to order appropriate diagnostic testing to monitor an abdominal aortic aneurysm was a new breach of duty in every year that the defendant doctor failed to do so.

Analogous Support for an Expert’s Opinion May Be Sufficient

Analysis of Hospital’s “Control” Necessary in Determining Vicarious Liability for a Physician’s Conduct

Expert’s affidavit in opposition to dispositive motion may not contradict earlier deposition testimony

Questionable Validity of Admission Agreement Arbitration Clauses

Standard of Care Proofs Now Subject to Daubert Analysis

Do Senior Living Facilities Owe a Duty to Monitor Residents?