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After a four-day jury trial, Neal Lewis and Brandy Balding obtained a defense verdict. Plaintiff alleged that he was misdiagnosed and received negligent treatment after a left biceps tendon rupture.… Read more »
HDJN Complimentary Webinar: Health Care Reform Beyond the ACA
HDJN is pleased to offer a complimentary webinar, “Health Care Reform Beyond the ACA,” featuring Ken Leonczyk from the Advisory Board. Ken is a senior director and international spokesperson for… Read more »
After A Three-Day Trial, Tracie Dorfman And Benjamin Wengerd Obtained A Defense Verdict. On July 27, 2011, plaintiff presented to the defendant general dentist complaining of loose teeth. The defendant… Read more »
OIG Releases Medicaid Control Units FY 2016 Annual Report
May 19, 2017 Last Friday, cyber criminals launched a global ransomware attack against businesses and government agencies in 150 countries. Experts believe the virus, dubbed the “WannaCry” virus, compromised its… Read more »
A Field Guide to Civil Practice in the Eastern District of Virginia: Practice Pointers & Views from the Bench
The Federal Bar Association – Richmond Chapter, Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys, and Virginia Trial Lawyers Association are hosting the in-person program, A Field Guide to Civil Practice in the… Read more »
May 17, 2017 Now that hurricane season is approaching and facilities must implement the CMS emergency preparedness rule by November 15, 2017, facilities should make sure they understand the rule’s… Read more »
Mary Malone and co-presenter Bob Bitterman will be presenting Managing Behavioral Health Patients in the Emergency Department: Risks, Challenges and Solutions at the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) 2017 Annual… Read more »
A Chink in the Armor: Virginia Supreme Court Upholds Viability of Contributory Negligence Defense in Medical Malpractice Case
March 21, 2017 Although contributory negligence (negligent action by the plaintiff) has long been the law in Virginia, its viability as a defense in medical malpractice cases has been limited… Read more »