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Marc Rodwin Quoted in British Medical Journal

Marc was quoted in Ending “Corrupt” Practices in Medicine: Harvard Conference Report in the May 15, 2015 issue of the British Medical Journal.

Topics: Faculty in the News; Health Law

Faculty In The News

Australian Clinical Trials website launched

Following on from our post earlier this week (18 May: ‘Clinical Trials Ready’ – Consultation process now open), in an Australian-first patients across the nation will be given the opportunity to take part in innovative medical research to potentially life-saving clinical trials via the launch of a web-site aimed at connecting more patients with clinical trials. 158 more words

Australian Health Law

Medical Board of Australia v Cooke [2015] QCAT 103 [No 1]

The Medical Board alleged that an orthopaedic surgeon was guilty of unprofessional conduct in relation to his management of a patient’s post-operative infection. The patient had undergone a hip resurfacing procedure and required a total hip replacement after suffering a subfracture of her hip. 349 more words

Case Law Update

Texas Supreme Court Agrees That Compounding Pharmacy Is "Health Care Provider."

Texas Supreme Court Holds That Compounding Pharmacies Are Health Care Providers Under Texas Medical Liability Act, by Elinor H. Murarova, Duane Morris Health Law Blog… 211 more words

Appellate Law

Sampco Pty Ltd v Wurth [2015] NSWCA 117

Ms Wurth caught her foot in a drain in a carpark causing her to break a bone in her foot. At trial she was awarded $456,000 in damages. 532 more words

Case Law Update

DaVita Agree to $495 Million Settlement in Alleged Medicare Fraud Lawsuit Filed by Qui Tam Whistleblowers

On Monday, May 4, 2015, DaVita Kidney Care, a division of DaVita Healthcare Partners, Inc. (DaVita), and one of the leading dialysis services providers in the United States, … 373 more words

Administrative & Regulatory

Hughes v Alcantara [2015] NSWSC 508

In a matter involving a claim that the plaintiff was negligently prescribed medication to treat his nicotine addiction in the presence of a history of mental health problems, an application was made prior to the hearing by the defendant for costs against the plaintiff regarding multiple attendances at Court for directions. 192 more words

Case Law Update