MCB Sponsors AHRMNY 2023 Full-Day Conference - Partners Barbara Goldberg and Gregory Cascino Present
June 6, 2023
MCB proudly sponsored AHRMNY’s 2023 Annual Full-Day Conference & Reception
Discontinued at Trial as to Client Surgeon in Wound Care Case
June 1, 2023
The case involved a 72 year old patient who developed a decubitus ulcer on his sacrum during a hospitalization at the co-defendant medical center. Our client was a board-certified surgeon who was called as a consultant to recommend treatment for the ulcer
Summary Judgment Granted in Radiology Case
May 25, 2023
Senior Trial Partner Daniel Freidlin and Partner Maureen Blazowski obtained summary judgment in a radiology case. Plaintiff alleged that our client radiologist failed to identify a disc fragment that became embedded in the L4 nerve root resulting in the need for an
Considerations for Treating Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease
January 19, 2023
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE, a progressive neurologic disorder that causes brain atrophy, is the most common cause of dementia.
MD News – Give the People What They Want — But Not So Fast
June 8, 2022
Typically, when a hospital or provider receives HIPAA authorization and a patient waives the physician-patient confidentiality of treatment records, the records can be produced to the patient and any third parties the patient authorizes.
MCB CLE Webinar – Medical Professional Liability Updates for 2022 – Register Today!
May 24, 2022
LEGISLATIVE ALERT - - - - - - - - - Governor Hochul Signs the Adult Survivors Act, Reviving Time-Barred Sexual Abuse Claims BY: BARBARA D. GOLDBERG, GREGORY A. CASCINO AND RICHARD WOLF On May 24, 2022, Governor Kathy Hochul signed the Adult Survivors Act (“ASA”).
Dismissal in Hip Surgery Case
May 12, 2022
Senior Trial Partner Bruce Habian, Partner Emma Glazer, and Associate Christian McCarthy obtained a dismissal in a hip surgery case venued in Suffolk County.
Appellate Division, First Department, Grants Summary Judgment In Case Alleging Podiatric Malpractice
May 5, 2022
Partners Gregory Cascino and Karen Corbett previously moved for summary judgment and dismissal of Plaintiff’s claims against MCB’s client, a podiatrist, demonstrating that he did not have any duty of care to the Plaintiff since he did not treat or even meet him.
Summary Judgment Win in Pressure Ulcer Case
May 3, 2022
Senior Trial Partner Thomas Mobilia and Partner Karen Corbett’s motion for summary judgment was granted in Queens County Supreme Court before Justice O’Donoghue.
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