Professional Malpractice News. Crime Stories, Law on News and Legal Publications in October, 2011

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Finally, some good news on the uninsured
Houston ChronicleOctober 1, 2011

It's critical for our kids, our parents, our friends and neighbors and our health care jobs that they find solutions that protect the federal government's commitment to Medicaid. Proposals like block grants and spending caps would simply make more ...more »

Solaria Considers Tax Break in California Expansion
BusinessWeekOctober 1, 2011

Under a 2010 law, the state Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority can exempt sales taxes on equipment, the building or assembly of alternative-energy manufacturing and landfill-gas plants. The authority plans to vote on ...more »

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MMIC Group Forms Team to Focus on Kansas and Missouri Health Care Providers
MarketWatch (press release)October 12, 2011

Robert Thompson has joined MMIC as business development director, with responsibility for leadership of the company's marketing and growth plans in Missouri. "Building on our 30-year track record of providing medical liability insurance to health care ...more »

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Heidi Barcus: State's tort reform detailed as law goes into effect
Knoxville News SentinelOctober 3, 2011

The act, commonly referred to as tort reform during the recent legislative debate, places caps on noneconomic and punitive damages in certain lawsuits, including car wrecks, medical malpractice, products liability and torts for injury to a business. ...more »

Legal Malpractice
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Malpractice Carrier Need Not Cover Solo's Legal Work at Accounting Firm, Judge ...
The American LawyerOctober 2, 2011

In 1999 and 2000, Falk and his Moore Stephens colleagues were preparing a qualified personal residence trust for the Ventrice family, relating to property in Islamorada, Fla., in which Ann Ventrice held an interest. In October 2000, Falk left Moore ...more »

Professional Malpractice - Other
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LIGGON-REDDING v. ESTATE OF SUGARMAN
Leagle.comOctober 5, 2011

Pennsylvania law requires a plaintiff to file a certificate of merit within 60 days after filing a professional negligence complaint. Liggon-Redding's certificate was due by January 18, 2008, but she did not file a certificate within that time. ...more »

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