The Litigation Center of the American Medical Association and State Medical Societies fought existential threats, parried “artful pleadings” in 2017.
State appeals court ruling threatens Wisconsin’s relatively stable medical liability environment by striking down its $750,000 cap on noneconomic damages.
Plaintiffs’ attorneys are challenging pre-trial mechanisms that assess the worthiness of medical liability complaints before cases can proceed.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that physicians cannot delegate their informed-consent process to qualified staff.
A case stemming from a high-school football tragedy could have opened a door to interstate “portable torts.”