February 1, 2019
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Mediation Can Resolve Disputes Faster, at Less Cost Than Litigation
When carried out well, mediation can leave all parties more satisfied than they would have been with other resolutions.
There’s No Crying in Mediation
Emotion should be saved for the courtroom and not the mediation process, experts say.
Choose a Qualified Mediator
Choosing a mediator from a reputable organization is critical to ensure the parties feel comfortable that the mediator will remain neutral.
Tips for Getting the Most Out of Mediation
Remember that mediation is not about right and wrong. Rather, it is about fixing the problem at hand.
Electronic Discovery Can Be Costly, Time-Consuming
Discovery requests for electronic data can be especially burdensome in healthcare because of the vast amount of data involved.
Developing a Culture of Healthcare Safety Requires Multifaceted Approach
Improving the safety culture of a hospital or health system will require tackling challenges on several levels of the organizational structure.
Obstetrician Liable For $1.75 Million Due to Permanent Brain Injuries to Infant During Delivery
This case focused on the use, or misuse, of a medical device: the vacuum extractor.
Court Denies New Trial After Jury Exempts Doctor in Retained Object Case
Lessons from this case reveal the importance of proving or disproving causation, a critical element in any medical malpractice case.