Litigation

  • Michelle Ator Talks Current Trends in Malpractice Litigation
    2017-10-06

    Michelle Ator Talks Current Trends in Malpractice Litigation

    Attorney Michelle Ator took part in a panel discussion focused on malpractice litigation trends at the Arkansas Hospital Association's Annual Meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 4. The discussion titled "Tales from the Trenches: War Stories From the Defense Bar" was led by moderator Elisa White, AHA's vice president and general counsel.

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  • Marshall Ney Makes Rounds on Speaking Circuit
    2017-08-17

    Marshall Ney Makes Rounds on Speaking Circuit

    Marshall Ney has been making the rounds on the speaking circuit recently in Northwest Arkansas discussing education law, special education law and related matters. He spoke to the Harding University Master of Education in Educational Leadership class about the role of the judicial system in K-12 schools, the impact of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), other special education legal updates and practical tips for legal compliance, which is always a hot topic for educators.

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  • Legal Hot Topic: Healthcare
    2017-06-12

    Legal Hot Topic: Healthcare

    THE PROBLEM: Hospitals and clinics often produce a patient’s medical record multiple times and all copies are not the same; that creates problems in litigation.

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  • Attorney Speaks at 2017 Medical Malpractice Seminar
    2017-03-20

    Attorney Speaks at 2017 Medical Malpractice Seminar

    Attorney Bradley S. Runyon spoke recently at the Pulaski County Bar Association's 2017 Medical Malpractice Seminar that was held at the UALR Bowen School of Law. The one-day seminar focused on a variety of topics related to the medical malpratice area of law. Brad presented "Pitfalls in the Proof: Common Fatal Flaws" that outlined discussed the unique requirements of the Arkansas Medical Malpractice Act and the most common ways in which a plaintiff will fail to meet their legal burden of proof.

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