Professional Malpractice News and Stories
Ohio lawyer stripped of license for stealing from a client
Thomson Reuters News & InsightAugust 25, 2011
Scott was suspended for fabricating evidence, failing to account for client funds, failing to tell his client that he did not have malpractice insurance and engaging in conduct adversely reflecting on fitness to practice law. He also was ordered to pay ...more »
Medical Malpractice case: Unable to get a cooperation from the Respondent's ...
AvvoAugust 31, 2011
If you have a pending medical malpractice case, then the parties you are suing are the defendants, not respondents. If you have demanded discovery properly, pursuant to all of the California discovery statutes, some of the items that you requested ...more »
Frank McCourt Says His Legal Malpractice Claim Could Be Worth Hundreds of ...
ABA JournalAugust 3, 2011
McCourt made the claim as he battles Bingham McCutchen, which filed suit in April seeking unpaid legal fees and a declaratory judgment that it had done nothing wrong, the Los Angeles Times reports. "The damages stemming from Bingham's malpractice could ...more »
Malpractice Insurance Suits Rampant But Few Plaintiffs Get Pay Outs
Medical News TodayAugust 18, 2011
Malpractice is technically the act of causing damage or injury to a person or persons as a result of negligently performing a professional duty or intentional wrongdoing. Doctors, surgeons, nurses, and most other medical professionals are sometimes ...more »