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Blog Posts in December, 2006

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  • Your Prescription History Report
    Your Prescription History Report

    Ever wonder how easy it is for just anyone to access your healthcare records? That's a complex subject that we'll explore more of here at this blog. Here's an initial observation. I received an email ...

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  • How Private is Your Health Information?
    How Private is Your Health Information?

    This will be an ongoing topic starting today. As a technology-obsessed attorney, our privacy as healthcare consumers interests (distresses) me. A recent example: I had a small, simple auto accident ...

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  • Attorney Client Privileges - Terms Defined
    Attorney Client Privileges - Terms Defined

    Last blog we looked at the definition of attorney/client privilege in Nevada. This blog we examine the definitions within the definition. For instance, under Nevada law, the term "client" is defined ...

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  • Attorney Client Privilege Defined
    Attorney Client Privilege Defined

    One of the most common privileges we hear about is the attorney/client privilege. The general scope of this privilege is set out in NRS 49.095 and provides: 49.095. General rule of privilege A client ...

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  • What If You're At Fault, Too?
    What If You're At Fault, Too?

    This is one of a number of articles that deal with basic legal concepts when you're in an accident in Nevada. Accidents, like the challenges of life, aren't always straightforward, and defense ...

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  • Fair Attorney's Fees in Medical Malpractice Actions
    Fair Attorney's Fees in Medical Malpractice Actions

    Many victims of medical malpractice who see an attorney may wonder whether a proposed fee agreement is fair. Across the country, standard attorney's fee contingencies in medical malpractice cases ...

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