The Latest Professional Liability Decisions – Goldberg Segalla’s Professional Liability Monthly Now Available

Please click here for the latest edition of  Professional Liability Monthly. Goldberg Segalla’s Professional Liability Monthly provides timely analysis of court decisions from across the country concerning professional liability. Cases are organized by topic, and where available, hyperlinks to the full decisions are included. In addition, we highlight the latest news impacting the professional liability community. If you would like to receive future editions of Professional Liability Monthly directly by email, please contact Brian Biggie at bbiggie@goldbergsegalla.com.
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Professional Liability Monthly – March Edition is Now Available

Case analysis in this edition of Professional Liability Monthly include: Court Refuses Design Professional’s Bid to Avoid Liability Reliant on Future Inspection or Approvals A Plaintiff’s Complaint Alleging Defamation and Violations of Connecticut’s Unfair Trade Practices Act Is Stricken Under the Absolute Litigation Privilege Pennsylvania Enacts Benevolent-Gesture Bill Into Law Evidence of Informed Consent Inadmissible in Medical Malpractice Case Case of First Impression: Plaintiffs Lack Standing to Bring Malicious Prosecution/Vexatious Litigation Actions Against Attorneys and Attorneys’ Clients Court Finds Theory of Apparent
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Professional Liability Monthly – December Edition is Now Available

Featured headlines in this edition of Professional Liability Monthly: No Breach of Fiduciary Duty Where the Plaintiff Alleged That the Defendant Insurance Agency Procured an Inadequate Policy Disclosure of Medical Records From Patients Other Than the Plaintiff Denied by Court Improper Reference to Smoking History in Medical Malpractice Case Leads to New Trial Expert Gastroenterologist Should Have Been Permitted to Testify as to Causation Dispute Over Date of Discovery of Actionable Harm Prevents Defendants From Obtaining Summary Judgment A Defendant’s Counterclaim Alleging Legal
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Professional Liability Monthly – October Edition is Now Available

Featured headlines in this edition of Professional Liability Monthly: Plaintiff’s Accounting Malpractice Claim Dismissed NJ Supreme Court Retaliation Decision “Mixed Bag” For Employers District Court Addresses Facebook Posts Under Stored Communications Act Court Finds Board-Certified Family Medicine Physician Is Not a “Similar Health Care Provider” PA Supreme Court Rules MCARE Fund May Be Required to Make Multiple Payouts in Single Case Pennsylvania Court Dismisses Suit for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction Appellate Court Finds Claim Sounds in Ordinary Negligence Rather Than Medical
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Cases for Professional Liability Monthly – February 2013 Edition

Cases provided courtesy of LexisNexis. CAMICO MUT. INS. v. HEFFLER, RADETICH & SAITTA COMMUNITY HOSPITAL ALTERNATIVE FOR RISK TRANSFER v. ARIO FINCH v. TOOHER, WOCL, LYDON, LLC LODATO v. SILVESTRO MILLENNIUM IMPORT, LLC v. REED SMITH LLP, ET AL RETAIL VENTURES, INC., et al v NATIONAL UNION FIRE INSURANCE UNION DE EMPLEADOS DE MUELLES DE PUERTO RICO PRSSA WELFARE PLAN v. UBS FINANCIAL SERVICES INC. OF PUERTO RICO    
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