To Mask or Not to Mask. That is the Question.

For decades, surgeons have performed elaborate rituals to minimize risk of infection to patients. We wash our hands. Don gloves and gowns. Cover our hair. Avoid reaching over our heads or below our waist (except to adjust the light – yes, I know, the rituals are...

Trial Bar’s Bonanza: COVID-19

Here’s a formula for the trial bar’s wet dream. A high frequency, high severity condition where no consensus standards are fully accepted or in place. High frequency means the “triggering event” is common. COVID-19: Check. High severity means the damages are...

A Deal is a Deal

Senator Ron Johnson’s April 23rd op-ed was a buzzkill. Even if it has zero chance of being implemented into law. More on that shortly.   Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past two months, the federal government launched the largest economic stimulus...

Doctors, Divorce, and COVID-19

“I think it’s not fair, it’s cruel to ask me to choose between my child and the oath I took as a physician,” Dr. Theresa Greene said. “I won’t abandon my team at work or the patients who will increasingly look to me to save their lives in the coming weeks, but it’s...