I am a big fan of the Winter Olympics. I look forward to it every four years. My favorite events are downhill skiing, hockey and curling (yes, I find curling to be incredibly engaging and fascinating). Unfortunately, the 2010 version ...Read More »
The Daily Record's blog for young lawyers, by young lawyers
I once accidentally spent $1,800 to find out if South Carolina was a comparative negligence state. I was a summer associate working at a small local law firm during the summer of my second year in law school. A partner ...Read More »
Last week, in the case of Lebron v. Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, the Illinois Supreme Court overturned its state’s cap on non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases. Interestingly, the cap was overturned on separation of powers grounds, with the Court holding ...
Tagged with: medical malpracticeRead More »