Medical Liability Reform: A.B. 120 (2014)

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Provides that a statement or conduct of a health care


Provides that a statement or conduct of a health care provider that expresses apology to a patient or patient’s relative or representative is not admissible as evidence of liability or as an admission against interest.

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SCOTUS Should Affirm Federal Law Supremacy With FDA Authority Case

The U.S. Supreme Court has a chance to rein in state court rulings that impose liability on pharmaceutical companies that go beyond, and even contradict, the federal regulatory process of the FDA, according to Tiger Joyce, president of the American Tort Reform Association. He explains why it is imperative the high court review a case involving Janssen Pharmaceuticals.