Small Nonprofits During Coronavirus (COVID-19): A Four Step Guide To...
by Jess Birken
As schools are called off for the rest of the year, toilet paper flies off the shelves, and shelter-in-place orders are announced, anxieties are high. Everyone is worried about money, jobs, health, how to stay sane in the coming weeks – or at least I'm pretty sure it's not just me! And then...
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): Evaluating Trauma In Personal...
by Dr. Emin Gharibian
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is one of the most common psychological conditions that’s reported by plaintiffs in personal injury cases. Historically, courts didn’t entertain the possibility that a plaintiff could experience emotional damages due to an event if there were no physical...
Prescribing Controlled Substance: Defining "Legitimate Medical Purpose...
by Dr. James Patrick Murphy
Based on my research, terms like “legitimate medical purpose” and “usual course of professional practice” are not found in medical textbooks, nor are they taught in medical schools. It does not seem to be necessary. It is intuitive to physicians what we do and why we do it.
Revisiting the Executive's Role In Malpractice Cases: Reducing the...
by Paul B. Hofmann, DrPH, FACHE
Although there are still too many instances when clinical mistakes are denied, timely disclosures and apologies are not made, results of investigations are not shared and compensation offers are not extended, more hospitals are taking a less adversarial position.
Forensic Linguistics: Applying The Science Of Linguistics To Issues Of...
by Dr. Robert A. Leonard
The well-established science of linguistics analyzes all aspects of human language. Linguistics has many subfields, including the study of language structure, sound patterns, the dynamics of language in interpersonal and intergroup communication, and the interplay of meaning, grammar, and...
Approaching Product Liability as an Expert Witness
by Meyer Rosen
The successful attorney-chemical expert “dyad” is, in my opinion, critically dependent on creating a trusting, workable, two-way communication. The expert must be able to educate the attorney in the complexities of the subject case, so that the attorney is comfortable in mediation or court...
Proposed Resort Near Residential Development Leads to Involvement of...
by Leon Royer
The dispute arose as the result of the plaintiff seeking to construct a resort near an established residential development on which he had been the developer. A portion of the homeowners were adamantly against the proposed resort and took action to bar the plaintiff from proceeding.
Blockchain vs. Trust: The Fundamental Expert Dilemma
by Dr. Stephen Castell
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) includes in its provisions Article 17, the Right to be Forgotten, which could potentially be a formidable barrier to the ubiquitous introduction of cryptographic blockchain software and technology.
Coronavirus (COVID-19)Who's in Charge and What are They Doing About It?
by Mary Wickens
This brief describes: Which government agencies and health care providers have power to act and what are those powers? Who controls testing and reporting results and who has the power to isolate individuals, impose quarantines and take other steps to mitigate the outbreak.
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