Featured headlines in this edition of Professional Liability Monthly:
- Plaintiff’s Accounting Malpractice Claim Dismissed
- NJ Supreme Court Retaliation Decision “Mixed Bag” For Employers
- District Court Addresses Facebook Posts Under Stored Communications Act
- Court Finds Board-Certified Family Medicine Physician Is Not a “Similar Health Care Provider”
- PA Supreme Court Rules MCARE Fund May Be Required to Make Multiple Payouts in Single Case
- Pennsylvania Court Dismisses Suit for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction
- Appellate Court Finds Claim Sounds in Ordinary Negligence Rather Than Medical Malpractice
- Pennsylvania’s Certificate of Merit Requirement in Federal Court
- Court Permits Plaintiff to Discontinue Underlying Medical Malpractice Action and Sue His Attorneys Instead
- Plaintiffs Are Not Entitled to Collect Attorneys’ Fees for Prosecuting Legal Malpractice Action
- Sixth Circuit Addresses the Applicability of Exclusions
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