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Save the Date--- June 16, 2015 at MBA Offices, 20 West Street, Boston, MA
4:30-6:00pm followed by reception. More details to follow....
Health law is an evolving practice, which requires up-to-date knowledge of substantive developments related to healthcare delivery, the role of local hospitals, cost containment, access to experimental...
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I recently hosted a Google Hangout on Air entitled Patient Reviews of Physicians: The Wisdom of the Crowd? (presented by The Harlow Group LLC in association with The Society for Participatory Medicine ).
I spoke with Niam Yaraghi (Center for Technology Innovation, The Brookings Institution) and Casey Quinlan (Mighty Casey Media) following their interesting back-and-forth online...
As we noted on our last entry, the recent Rule 1:28 decision Martin v. Martin is sparse on facts, a chronic condition of the Massachusetts Appeals Court’s “unreported” decisions, leaving us often thinking that “we must be missing something”. Martin was no exception. Today, we ask, as we have obliquely in the past, what is the point of Rule 1:28 anyway?
The Appeals Court hears and decides...
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
The May 13, 2015 "unreported" decision of the Massachusetts Appeals Court, Martin v. Martin, has us scratching our head: it is a Puzzlah, as Tom & Ray used to say.
As always, this Rule 1:28 decision is sparse on facts, but they may be summarized as follows:
In 2009, the husband/father agreed by stipulation/ divorce judgment to pay 50% of all of...
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