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Health Care Liability: Latest Developments in Tennessee - On-Demand

Health Care Liability: Latest Developments in Tennessee - On-Demand

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Health Care Liability: Latest Developments in Tennessee - On-Demand

Webinar now available on-demand.

It's been more than five years since the legislature instituted the requirements that a plaintiff in a health care liability case file a certificate of good faith and provide pre-suit notice to defendants. But many questions were left unanswered.

Must a plaintiff give pre-suit notice before re-filing a suit that had been nonsuited? Is substantial compliance sufficient? What are the sanctions for noncompliance? Some of these issues have only recently been resolved by the Tennessee Supreme Court. Consider these recent appellate court holdings:

  • In Foster v. Chiles, the Tennessee Supreme Court held that pre-suit notice given before the filing of the first complaint is not sufficient pre-suit notice for a suit that is refiled after a nonsuit, but ruled that the proper sanction for noncompliance with the pre-suit notice requirement was dismissal without prejudice.
  • In Dean-Hayslett v. Methodist Healthcare, the Court of Appeals considered whether a trial court had the authority to include certain conditions in a qualified protective order allowing defense counsel to interview treating physicians.
  • In Hamilton v. Abercrombie Radiological Consultants Inc., the Court of Appeals held that a relatively minor shortcoming in a HIPAA form, included with the plaintiff’s pre-suit notice, was not fatal to the plaintiff’s cause of action.


In order to best serve your clients, order this webinar on-demand, and get up to date on these and other recent developments in health care liability actions.

 

Order this advice-rich webinar on-demand risk free. 

Health Care Liability: Latest Developments in Tennessee — is just $107.

You risk nothing by ordering, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this On-Demand webinar.


Because this is an on-demand webinar you enjoy:

  • Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost;
  • No travel-related expenses or complications;
  • The perfect affordable way to update yourself rapidly on current laws.


If you ordered an on-demand webinar, your access instructions with link to download all materials will be sent to you via email within 24 hours of the program airing. Please add Custserv@blr.com to your safe sender list to ensure delivery. 

About your presenter:

Chris TardioChris Tardio
Gideon, Cooper & Essary - Nashville

Mr. Tardio has been representing health care providers and entities since 2004 in a wide variety of matters. He has represented the largest health care companies in the world, medical groups and clinics across the state, and individual physicians from Bristol to Memphis, in virtually all types of matters in federal court, state court, and administrative tribunals. Clients trust him with matters from the most complex to the most simple.

He has extensive experience defending hospitals, physicians, and other health care providers in virtually all kinds of professional negligence cases, from pre-suit investigation through trial and appeal. He has represented health care companies and providers in disputes with federal agencies, state boards, and insurance companies. He has successfully represented parties on both sides of peer review matters – the physician side and the hospital side.

Mr. Tardio has special interest and experience representing health care providers in the most complex of cases, including multi-district litigation and complex birth injury litigation. He has defended birth injury cases in a dozen counties and three different states. He has actively participated in almost a dozen health care-related jury trials and administrative trials, including over a half-dozen complex multi-week trials. He has successfully argued appellate matters to Tennessee’s state courts of appeals and to the federal Sixth Circuit.

Mr. Tardio also has handled general commercial litigation matters, some as local counsel, including arbitration of a commercial dispute between an auto dealer and auto manufacturer and acting as local counsel for a cargo transit company. He has successfully handled personal injury cases on behalf of injured persons.

Health Care Liability: Latest Developments in Tennessee - On-Demand

Webinar now available on-demand.

It's been more than five years since the legislature instituted the requirements that a plaintiff in a health care liability case file a certificate of good faith and provide pre-suit notice to defendants. But many questions were left unanswered.

Must a plaintiff give pre-suit notice before re-filing a suit that had been nonsuited? Is substantial compliance sufficient? What are the sanctions for noncompliance? Some of these issues have only recently been resolved by the Tennessee Supreme Court. Consider these recent appellate court holdings:

  • In Foster v. Chiles, the Tennessee Supreme Court held that pre-suit notice given before the filing of the first complaint is not sufficient pre-suit notice for a suit that is refiled after a nonsuit, but ruled that the proper sanction for noncompliance with the pre-suit notice requirement was dismissal without prejudice.
  • In Dean-Hayslett v. Methodist Healthcare, the Court of Appeals considered whether a trial court had the authority to include certain conditions in a qualified protective order allowing defense counsel to interview treating physicians.
  • In Hamilton v. Abercrombie Radiological Consultants Inc., the Court of Appeals held that a relatively minor shortcoming in a HIPAA form, included with the plaintiff’s pre-suit notice, was not fatal to the plaintiff’s cause of action.


In order to best serve your clients, order this timely webinar on-demand, and get up to date on these and other recent developments in health care liability actions.

Your Webinar Agenda:

  • Pre-suit notice
    • Failure to comply
    • Substantial compliance
    • Extraordinary cause
    • HIPAA issues
    • Extension of statute of limitation
  • Certificate of good faith
  • Ex parte communications

 

Order this advice-rich webinar on-demand risk free. 

Health Care Liability: Latest Developments in Tennessee — is just $107.

You risk nothing by ordering, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this On-Demand webinar.


Because this is an on-demand webinar you enjoy:

  • Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost;
  • No travel-related expenses or complications;
  • The perfect affordable way to update yourself rapidly on current laws.


If you ordered an on-demand webinar, your access instructions with link to download all materials will be sent to you via email within 24 hours of the program airing. Please add Custserv@blr.com to your safe sender list to ensure delivery. 

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