Title: Coffee and the law
Subtitle: Famous coffee case. Famous Mcdonalds coffee case. Frivolous law suits.
I thought I would bring my love and prior knowledge of the Law and my love for coffee together. 1,819 more words
physician-owned entities that derive revenue from selling, or arranging for the sale of, implantable medical devices ordered by their physician-owners for use in procedures the physician-owners perform on their own patients at hospitals or ambulatory surgical centers. 237 more words
The issue of damage caps is an area of ongoing litigation in Missouri. A new case has just been handed down by the Missouri Supreme Court which provides some clarity on the issue of statutory damage caps on non-economic damages but fails to fully resolve the issue. 1,293 more words
Hospital Investigations and Confidentiality
By law, hospitals are required to conduct investigations when errors are committed. The purpose is to “reduce morbidity and mortality and for the improvement of the care of patients provided in the institutions.” (ARS section 36-445.) 469 more words
The ACA, or Obamacare, does nothing to reduce the cost of health care or even stem the cost increases. It’s a numbers game to get more people with policies, even if they can’t afford to use those policies when they get sick because of high deductibles and copays. 477 more words