FBMJ attorneys Julie Janeway and Brian Whitelaw co-authored, “7 Legal Risks of Promoting Unproven COVID Treatments,” published by Medscape on December 6, 2021. The article cautions healthcare providers of the risks
In December 2021, FBMJ attorney Brian Whitelaw provided expert audio commentary for an accredited Med-IQ online course for physicians on topics including risks involving Medical Record Documentation, Advanced Practice Providers,
FBMJ attorney, Anthony D. Pignotti recently co-authored an article titled, “Litigating the Value of Medical-Expense Damages,” published in the Michigan Defense Quarterly (Vol. 38, No.1, 2021), a publication of the Michigan Defense Trial
Is an ambulatory outpatient surgical center’s credentialing file discoverable and admissible at trial? No and no, according to the Michigan Court of Appeals’ published decision in Dorsey v. Surgical Institute
FBMJ attorneys, Randall A. Juip and Anthony D. Pignotti recently co-authored an article entitled, “The Medical Malpractice Deposition: A Review for Radiologist Defendants,” which was accepted for publication in the American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR
Claims against an unlicensed medical assistant employed by a non-profit medical institution sound in ordinary negligence and are not subject to the non-economic medical malpractice damages cap—at least according to
FBMJ attorneys, Saulius Polteraitis and Carlos Escurel, recently presented “Covid Liability and Impact Medical Malpractice Claims” to the Michigan Society of Healthcare Risk Managers (MSHRM) as part of its Webinar
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