On August 6, 2012, Governor Deval Patrick signed into law the Health Care
Payment Reform Act -- legislation intended, in part, to reduce health care costs
and provide for “increased transparency, efficiency and innovation.”
The Act contains significant changes with respect to medical malpractice
litigation, including new rules for filing and responding to medical malpractice
claims, an increase of the charitable immunity cap on damages, and interesting
rules regarding “apology and disclosure” by medical providers.
Attendees will learn from our panel of experienced practitioners the
essential issues and methods to avoid potential pitfalls associated with the new
Medical malpractice professionals, including attorneys, in-house counsel
and insurers alike will benefit from this timely and important instructional
Panelists & Co-Chairs:
Kenneth R. Kohlberg, Esq.
Hamel Marcin Dunn Reardon &
Gregg J. Pasquale, Esq.
Pasquale & White
BBA Member - $130.00
BBA Member - Legal Services/ Government Lawyer - $70.00
Student - $30.00
Register here or by printing & mailing the course brochure. One
may also register by emailing the BBA at email@example.com
If the cost of this seminar would preclude you from attending, please
contact us about tuition discounts.