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Five Illnesses That Doctors Often Misdiagnose

When a patient receives medical advice and recommendations, he or she can sometimes assume that the doctor is giving a perfect diagnosis every time. However, human error occurs and there are times where your doctor will make a mistake. Depending … Continue reading

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Dead Drivers Tested Positive for Drugs More Often than Alcohol In New Jersey, AAA Reports

A drugged driving charge should never be taken lightly because it can have far-reaching consequences for a person’s life. If you have been charged with or arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of drugs, you need a seasoned New … Continue reading

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Establishing the Physician-Patient Relationship: Telemedicine Law Often Requires It, but What does this Mean?

Establishing the physician-patient relationship is often a requirement of state telemedicine law, but what does it mean that the physician has in fact “established” the physician-patient relationship? This seems like odd language, given that “establishing the physician-patient relationship” can range … Continue reading

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Feud in Family Business Often Leads to Company Downfall

The following is from Jonathan Guthrie, Tragic pitfalls of making an heir the boss, FT.com, Feb. 28, 2008: Professional advisers sometimes mutter a damning phrase after first meeting an aspirant chief executive who got a job, along with his DNA,… … Continue reading

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“Improper Methods” Often Key to Tortious Interference Liability

Perhaps a colleague at work is trying to get you fired. Or maybe you did already get fired, and your former boss is contacting prospective employers to make sure you don’t get hired. Either way, you’re not going to be … Continue reading

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