A decision by the New Jersey high court could affect 2,000 cases. It could also undermine patient-physician decision making and informed consent.
State appeals court ruling threatens Wisconsin’s relatively stable medical liability environment by striking down its $750,000 cap on noneconomic damages.
Organized medicine stands with physicians after California hospital removes and replaces elected medical staff officers and their bylaws.
VA’s refusal to cover transgender vets’ sex-reassignment surgery to treat gender dysphoria “has no basis in medicine,” AMA amicus brief argues.
Plaintiffs’ attorneys are challenging pre-trial mechanisms that assess the worthiness of medical liability complaints before cases can proceed.