Thursday, Feb. 8, 2007
MBA and Suffolk University co-sponsor "Strategies for Trying Nursing Home Cases: Problems & Pitfalls" conference March 9
Strategies for Trying Nursing Home Cases: Problems & Pitfalls
Friday, March 9, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Suffolk University Law School, 120 Tremont St., Boston
This conference brings together experts from law, medicine and the nursing home industry to examine the unique procedural, evidentiary, trial themes and strategic factors involved in this growing area of litigation.
Nursing home claims center on the tension between profits and complying with a complex array of state legislation and regulation. This conference compares and contrasts key considerations from the plaintiff and defense perspectives, emphasizing practical strategies for prosecuting and defending against nursing home cases.
This Thomas F. Lambert Jr. Tort Law Conference considers both the practical importance of tort law and its broader impact on the legal system and society and is designed to appeal to trial lawyers and defense counsel representing longterm care facilities and managed care, legal academics, insurance underwriters, healthcare professionals, risk managers, and nursing home and insurance administrators. You will learn about cutting-edge theories of tort liability, ideas for creating remedies, and the latest thinking regarding damages.
For more information or to register, visit www.law.suffolk.edu/als or call (617) 573-8627.