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Manchester Evening NewsDecember 1, 2011

*Hill Dickinson has appointed Tricia Cottrell as head of family in its commercial litigation arm. She has more than 25 years' experience in the field and previously worked at Halliwells and JMW in Manchester. She will work across Hill Dickinson's ...more »

Police: Ex-YMCA worker bragged about sexual exploits with children
KHOUDecember 1, 2011

"The conversations were of mostly boys, and possibly one female," JT Roscoe with the HPD Juvenile Sex Crimes Division said. Hilton worked at the front desk of the Harriet and Joe Foster Family YMCA in Houston for five years. Because of his employment ...more »

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Dentist to the Stars Sued for Suppressing Bad Reviews Online
ForbesDecember 8, 2011

On its website, the company says its forms aim to protect physicians by deterring Internet defamation, frivolous malpractice claims, and unwarranted demands for refunds. “My belief is that agreements are both ethical and legal,” said Medical Justice ...more »

Medical Malpractice
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Australia blocks Pacific doctors from training programs
Radio Australia NewsDecember 21, 2011

[ABC] An Australian professor has criticised government policies that he says are preventing doctors trained in the Pacific from receiving medical training in the country. The restrictions aim to protect Australian citizens from malpractice by ...more »

Legal Malpractice
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Will the SEC-Citi settlement rejection make a difference?
FortuneDecember 1, 2011

Financial entities are "not going to admit to wrongdoing because then they would have no defense against other suits, and be opened up to massive liability," contends Donald Langevoort, a securities law expert at Georgetown University Law School. ...more »

Professional Malpractice - Other
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Secrecy protects problem doctors
Kansas City StarDecember 18, 2011

At the insistence of doctors, legislation limits access to its full reports to licensing boards, law enforcement and certain health care organizations. But the law also requires HHS to give information that does not identify doctors to anyone who asks ...more »


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