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Blog Posts in January, 2008

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  • Does Nevada Have Jurisdiction? Part II
    Does Nevada Have Jurisdiction? Part II

    This is the second part of what will be a three-part blog. See yesterday's blog for the issue that the following argument addresses: A. The Fiduciary Shield Doctrine Is Not Law In Nevada And Even If ...

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  • Allstate Gets the Boot in Florida
    Allstate Gets the Boot in Florida

    Here's a plug for Trial Guides at www.trialguides.com. The following interesting news comes from their enewsletter of today's date. This week, Florida Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty announced ...

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  • Nevada Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations
    Nevada Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations

    I will get back to my three-part series on the Nevada jurisdictional question we were analyzing on Monday or Tuesday. First, though, since I've recently mentioned the insurance industry's fraud on the ...

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  • Does Nevada Have Jurisdiction Over an Out of State Doctor Who Treats Nevada Patients Over the Internet?: Nevada Issue of First Impression
    Does Nevada Have Jurisdiction Over an Out of State Doctor Who Treats Nevada Patients Over the Internet?: Nevada Issue of First Impression

    ISSUE: Whether a doctor practicing medicine in Nevada remotely over the Internet, for a California medical group that contracts with a Nevada medical group to render medical services remotely over the ...

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  • Thorny Issues a Daily Staple in Nevada Medical Malpractice Cases
    Thorny Issues a Daily Staple in Nevada Medical Malpractice Cases

    Any attorney who works in medical malpractice law in Nevada (and there are fewer and fewer of us) knows that difficult issues arise every week. Many of these issues are presented by people who are ...

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  • Response Time in Cardiac Cases Slow
    Response Time in Cardiac Cases Slow

    According to a New York Times article dated January 3, 2008, in one out of three cases of cardiac arrests in hospitals, the staff takes too long to respond and increases the risk of brain damage and ...

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