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Anthony Gold | United Kingdom | 19 Jan 2024

Secondary Victim Claims and Medical Negligence - what is the future after Paul? (Part 1)

At the end of last week the Supreme Court handed down judgement in the conjoined appeals of the Secondary Victim claims Paul and another v Royal…
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Lavelle Partners LLP | Ireland | 3 Oct 2023

Temple Street Spinal Surgeries Controversy: Recent Developments

Children’s Health Ireland (“CHI”) issued a report on 8th August 2023, outlining findings and recommendations from two formal reviews - both internal…
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Grillo Law Personal Injury Lawyers | Canada | 22 May 2023

Exploring the Different Types of Personal Injury Claims and Lawsuits

When someone suffers physically or emotionally after an accident, that's known as personal injury in legalese. These injuries occur without intent…
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Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP | USA | 18 Apr 2023

In a case of first impression, a Connecticut trial court rules that investigation materials were privileged under the patient safety and quality improvement act and state laws

On March 31, a Superior Court in Connecticut issued a decision in which a Hospital's motion for a protective order was granted on the basis that…
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McGuireWoods LLP | USA | 19 Jul 2022

Potential Anti-Kickback Prosecution Does Not Give Blanket Fifth Amendment Protection in a Medical Malpractice Suit

An Ohio Court of Appeals recently weighed in on the proper protocols one must take in order to successfully assert one’s Fifth Amendment…
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Lexology PRO | Georgia, Global, USA | 1 Jul 2022

US anti-abortion “trigger” laws: a state-by-state analysis (as of 1 July 2022)

A status update on US state laws that have and will come into effect as a result of the Roe v Wade overturning.
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Preslmayr Attorneys at Law | Austria | 29 Jun 2022

Disciplinary consequences for physician who denied existence of sickening viruses

Since the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic, false information about viruses and vaccinations has become increasingly widespread. In a recent decision, the Austrian Supreme Administrative Court dealt with a physician who had published an article containing virus- and vaccination-sceptic opinions on his website prior to the pandemic.
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DAC Beachcroft | Ireland | 27 Jun 2022

Learnings and Reflections from the Independent Neurology Inquiry

The Independent Neurology Inquiry has now published its’ findings. The Inquiry Chair, Mr Brett Lockhart QC, delivered a statement announcing the…
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Barnes & Thornburg LLP | USA | 4 Sep 2020

Arbitration Agreements May Void Indiana’s Medical Malpractice Caps

On Sept. 2, 2020, in Estate of King v. Aperion Care, the Indiana Court of Appeals remanded to the trial court a case involving a malpractice claim…
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The Bar of Ireland, The Law Library | Ireland | 15 Jun 2020

Under the lens: Morrissey & Anor v HSE & Ors [2020] IESC 6

During the height of the Coronavirus epidemic in March, the Supreme Court gave judgment in Morrissey v HSE [2020] IESC 6. While there were multiple…
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