Monthly Archives: May 2013

By: Patrick J. Giese Thirty-six.  The number of days our doors had been open before going out for the first of two, simultaneous, complex medical malpractice trials. Sixteen.  Total trial days. Eight.  The number of floors between courtrooms. Five.  The number … Continue reading

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By: Daniel M. Kotin For years, study-after-study have rebuked the claims of the healthcare industry that malpractice awards are driving up the costs of medical across our country.  Yet, it continues to be reassuring when the source of these study results … Continue reading

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