Keeper of Records Ordered to Courtby Samuel S. Reidy, Esq.


Death with Dignity or Physician Assisted Suicideby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


New Treatment Options in Cancer Careby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Informed Consent and C-Sectionby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Bad Clinical Outcomeby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Hospitals Peer Review and Privilegeby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Treating Patients Who present for Emergency Careby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Contacting Patients via E-Mailby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


EMTALAbyFrank E. Reardon, Esq.


Respondeat Superiorby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Jurors' Right to Ask Questions of Witnessesby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Injuries from Premature Birthby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Notifying Family Memebers that a Loved One is in Critical Conditionby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Hospitals to Report and Investigate Sentinel Eventsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


The Corporate Practice of Medicineby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Slip and Fallsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Communication Between Multiple Providers and Patientsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


College Student Health Careby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Child Permanently Brain Damaged From an Allergic Reactionby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Overmedicationby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Adversely Affecting a Pre-Existing Conditionby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Accommodating Physicians' Disabilitiesby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Referral to a Specialistby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Confidentialityby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Expert Physician Testimonyby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Sufficiently Qualified Surgeonsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Legal Obligations to Third parties That Arise as a Reuslt of Providing Care to a Patientby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Parents Deciding for Childrenby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Duty of Careby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Disciplining or Removing a Physician in Training from Residency Programby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Care of a  Disabled Patientby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


HMOs Cost Saving Measuresby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


How Juries Place Blameby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Follow-Up Testsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Trial Judge to Block Bad Scienceby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Consent Formsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


HMOs and Medical Malpracticeby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Effective Quality Assurance Programs by Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Peer Review Committee Protected from Depositionby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


More than One Trial in Medical Malpractice Casesby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Standard of Care of Residents by Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Importance of Board Certificationby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Contributory Negligence of the Patientby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Granting Staff Privilegesby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Statute of Reposeby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Negligence in the Operating Roomby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Medicationby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


State Licensing Boardby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Communications with Drug Companiesby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Providing Medical Advice on the Phoneby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Informed Consent in Patients with Life-Threatening Conditionsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Interview Liability for Referralsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Failure to Report Child Abuseby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Inadequate Release Forms and Disclosure to 3rd Partiesby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Duties of Physicians Who Move or Retireby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Credentialing of Health Care Professionalsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Sales Reps in the Operating Roomby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Time Limits on Filing Suits and Keeping Recordsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Vicarious Liability for Negligence of Residentsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.

Expansion of What Constitutes Medical Practiceby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Important Emerging Legal and Medical Issuesby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Patient Seeks Alternative Careby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Alternative Methods of Treatment by Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Physicians Testifying Against Physicians in a Different Specialtyby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Interpretation of Diagnostic Testsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Surrogate Parentsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Physicians Prescribing Medicine to Family Members and Being Sued Out of Stateby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Confidential Peer Review Documentsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


When Providers and Patient Families Disagree on End of Life Careby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Relationship Between Patient, Nurse, and Doctorby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Physicians Supervising Non-Physician Professionalsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Increased Litigation of Non-Physician Professionals for the Provision of Careby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Can Juries Follow the Medicine?by Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Off-Label Prescribingby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Punishment for Altered Recordsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


A Colleague Abusing Substancesby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Physician Assisted Suicideby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Procedures Requiring Informed Consentby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Frivolous Actionsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Terminating Physician Patient Relationshipby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Physicians Disclosing Success Ratesby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Patients Confidentiality When Media Interacts with Hospitalsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Hospitals Fined When Celebrities Dieby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


HIV Infection and Americans with Disabilities Actby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Responsibility for Overseeing Residentsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Court Protects Peer Reviewby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


High Court Rules on Privileged Conversationsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Reporting in Vitro Child Abuseby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Famous Plaintiff, Large Awardby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Guidance on Managed Care Contractsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Deposition Pitfalls Providing Medical Records in a Suit Against Subsequent Treating Physiciansby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Physician Assisted Suicideby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Intimidation Hurts Defenseby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Massachusetts Removes the Gagby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Court Clarifies the ED Ruleby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Fear of Disease Claimsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Duty Beyond the Standard of Careby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Duty to Tell the Truthby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Warning About Genetically Transmittedby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Complexity of Drug Error Defenseby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Causation and Subsequent Treating Physiciansby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Evidence of Customary Practiceby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Wrongful Deathby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Hospital Action Regarding Conflict Between Spousesby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Wrongful Death: Viable Fetusby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Patient Harmed by Poorly Stocked Cartby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Non-Compete Agreementsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Informed Consent v. Surgeon's Judgmentby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Adequacy of Medical Recordby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Medical Consults with Another Physicianby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Contractsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Biased Jurorsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Medical Records Subpoenasby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Liability Involving Intoxicated Patientsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Insurance Defense: Who is the Client?by Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Surgical Releasesby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Physician Patient Relationshipby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Apologizing to Patient after Adverse Eventby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Hospitals Sued for Acts of Physicians Who Are Not Employed Thereby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Physicians Duties to Third Parties Injured by Patientby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Good Samaritan Lawby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Duty to Tell Patients Life Expectancyby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Changes in Hospital Liabilityby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Physicians as Expert Witnessesby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Revealing Patients HIV Statusby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Physicians Held Liable for Unwanted C-Sectionby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


When Hospital Staff is Responsible for What Happens to a Patientby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Pre-Employment Examinationby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Co-Workers Infected with HIV Virusby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Hospital Landlord Liabilityby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


The Extension of COBRAby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


COBRA Anti-Dumping Provisionsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Hospital Employment Policiesby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Materials Privileged from Discoveryby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


The New Civil Rights Act's Impact on Hospitalsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Washington State to Vote on Legalization of Euthanasiaby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Employment Litigationby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Use of Arbitration in the Settlement of Malpractice Suitsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Proof of Improper Motive Not Necessary to Prove Violation of Anti-Dumping Actby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Workers Compensation Law Bars Malpractice Action Company Doctorby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Professional Hospital Liability for Reporting Professional Misconduct to Other Hospitalsby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


Agreement to Arbitrateby Frank E. Reardon, Esq.


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