Featured headlines in this edition of Professional Liability Monthly:
- No Breach of Fiduciary Duty Where the Plaintiff Alleged That the Defendant Insurance Agency Procured an Inadequate Policy
- Disclosure of Medical Records From Patients Other Than the Plaintiff Denied by Court
- Improper Reference to Smoking History in Medical Malpractice Case Leads to New Trial
- Expert Gastroenterologist Should Have Been Permitted to Testify as to Causation
- Dispute Over Date of Discovery of Actionable Harm Prevents Defendants From Obtaining Summary Judgment
- A Defendant’s Counterclaim Alleging Legal Malpractice Is Not Justiciable When the Plaintiff Cannot Prove a Legal Injury
The month’s featured article: Nursing Home Litigation: The Importance of the Defense Trial Theme
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