Tag Archives: Error

Protections for family members after a fatal medical error

Wrongful death refers to legal protections for family members of victims who were wrongfully killed by the negligence of another party. If a loved one was wrongfully killed, the negligence of the other party could refer to a doctor error … Continue reading

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Article on Standing and Error Correction in Probate

R. Kevin Spencer recently published an Article entitled, Standing and Error Correction in Probate, Tex. Tech Est. Plan. & Cmty. Prop. L. J., Vol. 10, No. 1 (Summer 2018). Provided below is an abstract of the Article. Estate and guardianship… … Continue reading

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State Supreme Court Rules That Neurosurgeon’s Deposition Testimony About Hypothetical Setting Was Reversible Error

The Florida Supreme Court has held that the trial court committed reversible error by allowing testimony by deposition of a patient’s treating neurosurgeon. The doctor testified at trial about what he would have done had the patient arrived at the … Continue reading

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Estimating Market Power in Homogenous Product Markets Using a Composed Error Model: Application to the California Electricity Market

Luis Orea, Universidad de Oviedo – Facultad de Economicas and Jevgenijs Steinbuks, World Bank – Development Research Group (DECRG) are Estimating Market Power in Homogenous Product Markets Using a Composed Error Model: Application to the California Electricity Market. ABSTRACT: This… … Continue reading

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Episode 005: CAVC Oral Argument: Simmons v. Wilkie (16-3039)(CAVC Application of Harmless Error Rule)

General Overview of Harmless Error law. The major question in this case is how the CAVC should apply the harmless error rule when it might involve making findings of fact. The Court stated in its supplemental briefing order that it … Continue reading

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