Medical Malpractice in New York, Fourth Edition (eBook)
- Robert Devine, Esq.
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Contents at a Glance
Defending a Medical Malpractice Case / Anatomy of a Plaintiff’s Malpractice Case: Intake to Note of Issue / Preparing for Trial / Deposing the Plaintiff / Deposing the Defendant-Physician / Plaintiff’s Jury Selection / Defendant’s Jury Selection / The Challenges of Jury Selection for the Medical Malpractice Defense Attorney / Opening Statements: Plaintiff’s Perspective / Opening Statements: Defense Perspective / Developing and Employing Defense Strategies in Your Opening Statement / Proving Plaintiff’s Case / Medical Malpractice Statutory Law / Practical Applications of the Frye Hearing in Medical Malpractice Actions / Issues in Hospital Liability / Nursing Home Public Health Law Actions / Medical and Hospital Records Evidence / More…
The fourth edition of Medical Malpractice in New York provides you with advanced insight into the many aspects of the trial of a medical malpractice case. Edited by Robert Devine, this book's authors are experienced practitioners who share the knowledge and wisdom they have developed over the years.
This comprehensive, 784-page hardbound book provides a balanced approach to a medical malpractice action. The 32 chapters in Medical Malpractice provide a wealth of knowledge and hundreds of practical tips that can be used by both plaintiff's and defendant's counsel. Although the focus of this book is on medical malpractice actions, many of the chapters are applicable to the trial of any case.
Medical Malpractice in New York, Fourth Edition, includes many forms and other appendices, a thorough table of authorities and a detailed index, making this a necessary addition to your reference library.
The download of this eBook permits the user to install the title on any and all of the user's devices for personal use only. Distribution of this title without permission is strictly prohibited. Downloadable items are nonrefundable.
- February 1, 2017
- 784 pages