Daniel N. Arshack, the managing partner at Arshack, Hajek & Lehrman, and David J. Knight, of counsel at the firm, analyze a Court of Appeals decision which established that it is medical malpractice
The family of a woman shot by a man who was robbing a Long Island pharmacy for pain medication can proceed with its suit against the doctor who had prescribed painkillers to the shooter, a judge has
A doctor who pledged allegiance to al-Qaida and vowed to treat wounded jihadi warriors so that they could return to Iraq and fight Americans was rightly convicted of conspiring to provide material su
...s HCV treatment; (2) a professional reprimand for violations of the Hippocratic Oath, the Patient's Bill of Rights, and the Eighth Amendment; (3...
...of hepatitis C treatment; a professional reprimand for violations of the Hippocratic Oath, the Patient's Bill of Rights, and the Eighth Amendment; and...
Operating on a shoestring budget from his home office ? with the help of a part-time aide, a flock of volunteers and the memory of his late father's work for the Hemlock Society ? attorney David C. L
...one, nor will I give any advice tending in that direction." (Hippocratic Oath). Is there a procedure in effect in Queens County...
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