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Medical Justice

Making healthcare safe for doctors

Publications Archive

EPs Fight Frivolous Lawsuits, Push for Tort Reform (Dec. 2nd 2012)

Simple Steps to Protect Your Online Reputation (Oct. 24th 2012)

The Emotionally Labile Client; Duties – When A Client Threatens Violence (Jun. 11th 2012)

How to Answer Patient E-mails (May. 15th 2012)

Defensive medicine (May. 6th 2012)

Guest column: Defensive Medicine: A Culprit in Spiking Healthcare Costs (May. 2nd 2012)

Defensive medicine spiking healthcare costs (May. 1st 2012)

Online Doctor Reviews – Do They Track Surgeon Volume, a Proxy for Quality of Care (Apr. 3rd 2012)

Managing Your Online Reputation (Mar. 31st 2012)

When Doctors Sue Patients – Defamation Is Devastating, but a Lawsuit Could Make It Worse (Mar. 1st 2012)

Pay-Per-Call Marketing; Twenty First Century Marketing Programs Impeded by Twentieth Century Rules (Sep. 21st 2011)

The Neville Chamberlain Analysis: The Legal Consequences of Physician Security at Any Price (Jun. 12th 2011)

Discount Medicine. Participating in group savings programs could bring heavy costs. (Jun. 11th 2011)

Promotional Guidance – FTC Update on Advertising Applies to Physicians with Online Presence (Dec. 1st 2010)

Health care law will exacerbate physician shortage (Jun. 1st 2010)

Photography Consent and Related Legal Issues (May. 1st 2010)

What’s Your Score – Online physician rankings can boost, harm a practice (Mar. 24th 2010)

FTC Announces New Guides Concerning Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising (Mar. 21st 2010)

Should you worry that patients will use the Web to grade you? (Dec. 1st 2009)

Lincoln, Healthcare and the Antebellum Lawsuit Problem (Nov. 23rd 2009)

Apology Laws: A Variety of Approaches to Discussing Adverse (Nov. 1st 2009)

Your Reputation On the Line (Sep. 29th 2009)

Prediction 2009: Tort Reform Within Reach (Sep. 1st 2009)

Defensive Medicine–The Problem and One Solution (Aug. 1st 2009)

Legal Remedies for Online Defamation of Physicians (Jul. 1st 2009)

The Role of the Internet in Doctor Performance Rating (May. 1st 2009)

How to Avoid Malpractice Suits (Apr. 17th 2009)

Limiting Exposure to Medical Malpractice Claims and Defamatory Cyber Postings via Patient Contracts (Feb. 1st 2009)

Medical Justice Report: Have You Googled Your Name Lately? Defaming Doctors With a Click of the Mouse. (Jan. 1st 2009)

A Modified No-Fault Malpractice System Can Resolve Multiple Healthcare System Deficiencies (Nov. 1st 2008)

Is “Pharmaceutical Tourism” Just Around the Corner? (Oct. 1st 2008)

Arbitration and Other Protective Clauses In Long Term Care Admission Agreements (May. 1st 2008)

IdeaLab: Top 10 Ways to Keep Lawyers at Bay (May. 1st 2008)

Playing High Stakes Poker: Do You Fight-Or Settle-That Malpractice Lawsuit? (Apr. 1st 2008)

No Fault Method for Addressing Structural Flaws in Med-Mal System (Jul. 1st 2007)

Prepare a Defense of CP and Other Malpractice Claims – Before the Lawyers Get There (Jul. 1st 2007)

Need Help? Ask Your Patients (May. 1st 2007)

Effective Dissemination Of Information To Avoid Lawsuits (Mar. 9th 2007)

Doctor: I Want A Refund (Oct. 1st 2006)

Can Contracts Preclude Frivolous Lawsuits? (Dec. 1st 2005)

Contracts to Prevent Frivolous Suits (Sep. 1st 2005)

Addressing False Expert Witness Testimony in Medical Malpractice Litigation (May. 1st 2005)

Do It Yourself Tort Reform: Focus on Medical Experts Could Ebb The Tide Of Malpractice Lawsuits (Jul. 23rd 2004)