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…I think they all kind of believe that their case has a value higher than what a jury might think so I think that at the outset it’s important to set an absolute legal ceiling.

Managing Client Expectations

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member Rob Miller from Columbus, OH about client expectations and how to manage them.

Managing Client Expectations

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member Rob Miller from Columbus, OH about client expectations and how to manage them.

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Well what happens is when you put out dangerous drugs and dangerous medical devices like this, the FDA has a forum in which doctors are allowed to, not required to, allowed to report adverse events that they think are related to either a pharmaceutical drug or medical device and what you’ll find is some of them do and some of them don’t. Most of them probably don’t and I’ve heard numbers that something like two percent of adverse events are actually reported.

Mass Torts & Multidistrict Litigation

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member Steve Babin about Mass Torts and multidistrict litigation.

Mass Torts & Multidistrict Litigation

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member Steve Babin about Mass Torts and multidistrict litigation.

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I mean really, they’re creeping into every facet of the medical practice, the medical world.

Examining the World of Medical Malpractice

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member, Marc Pera about medical negligence claims. Specifically, they discuss the rising number of nurse practitioners and their involvement with treatment, discrediting defense experts, and Robinson v. Bates.

Examining the World of Medical Malpractice

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member, Marc Pera about medical negligence claims. Specifically, they discuss the rising number of nurse practitioners and their involvement with treatment, discrediting defense experts, and Robinson v. Bates.

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