As Medical Apps Increase, Litigation Issues Continue
Sep20

As Medical Apps Increase, Litigation Issues Continue

This post considers hypothetical legal issues related to an app on a mobile device that allows an individual to record and transmit symptoms to a provider.

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A Primer on Avoiding Sanctions for the Loss of Electronically Stored Information
Aug16

A Primer on Avoiding Sanctions for the Loss of Electronically Stored Information

I have also referred on several occasions to the December 1, 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. In this blog post I want to focus on amended Rule 37(e) and how it will impact the loss of ESI in civil litigation.

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What it Means to be Deposed
Jul22

What it Means to be Deposed

This month’s post highlights a litigation-related event that readers might experience in the future—or perhaps already have: a deposition. Depositions can involve inquiry into electronic and other types of information.

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What Were They Thinking? Film Crew in ER Brings Lawsuit to Hospital
Jun21

What Were They Thinking? Film Crew in ER Brings Lawsuit to Hospital

What happens when a hospital allows a film crew unfettered access to its facilities… but doesn’t obtain permission from their patients?

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Healthcare Providers and Their Contractors: What Could Go Wrong?
May18

Healthcare Providers and Their Contractors: What Could Go Wrong?

Healthcare providers often enter into agreements with third party contractors to provide services dealing with electronic information. Unfortunately, there may be times when the relationship between a provider and its contractor goes sour.

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Revisiting What Might Constitute the Electronic Health Record
Apr20

Revisiting What Might Constitute the Electronic Health Record

A recent Ohio Supreme Court ruling offers lessons on what constitutes the legal health record.

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