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Court Rules the New York Continuous Treatment Doctrine Does Not Toll the Statute of Limitations for the Failure to Diagnose

Medical malpractice cases, like any civil lawsuit, must be pursued within the time frame established by the statute of limitations. While the courts strictly construe the statute of limitations for pursuing a medical malpractice claim in New York, there are … Continue reading

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The timely filing of a notice of claim required by Education Law §3813(1) does not toll the running of the statute of limitations for commencing a lawsuit

The timely filing of a notice of claim required by Education Law §3813(1) does not toll the running of the statute of limitations for commencing a lawsuit Bratge v Simons, 2018 NY Slip Op 08778, Appellate Division, Fourth DepartmentAmong the … Continue reading

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FCC Makes Fundamental Changes to Toll Free Number Marketplace

By Glenn S. Richards and Joseph A. Cohen Toll free calling began in 1967, with the introduction of the 800 toll free code. It remains a frequently used communications tool, even in the Internet age, as new toll-free applications are … Continue reading

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Email Monitoring Expectations Take Toll On Mental Health

Email monitoring expectations adversely affect mental health, and in-house lawyers are in the crosshairs. Many Biglaw lawyers believe these expectations are minimized once they reach the sunshine and rainbows of in-house life, but in-house lawyers will beg to differ. “The … Continue reading

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Recent Survey Finds Economic Downturn Taking Toll On Patients And Communities

Posted by Jacqueline Colclough According to a new survey from the American Hospital Association (AHA), six out of ten hospitals in the United States are seeing a greater proportion of patients without health insurance coming through their emergency departments, while … Continue reading

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