Medical Malpractice in New York
Robert Devine, Esq.
Ivone, Devine & Jensen, Lake Success,
• Learn from experienced
practitioners the many aspects of the trial of a medical malpractice
• Understand the strategies behind plaintiff and defendant jury
• Enhance and perfect your trial practice skills through effective
deposition, cross-examination and summation techniques
The third edition of Medical Malpractice in New
York provides you with advanced insight into
the many aspects of the trial of a medical malpractice case. Edited by
Robert Devine, this book’s authors are experienced
practitioners who share the knowledge and wisdom they have developed
over the years.
This comprehensive, 654-page hardbound
book, provides a balanced approach to a medical malpractice action. The
27 chapters in Medical Malpractice provide a wealth
of knowledge and hundreds of practical tips that can be used by both
plaintiff's and defendant's counsel. Although the focus of this book is
on medical malpractice actions, many of the chapters are applicable to
the trial of any case.
Medical Malpractice in New
York, Third Edition, includes many forms and
other appendices, a thorough table of authorities and a detailed
index—making this a necessary addition to your reference
Contents at a
Was Matt Right? (The Advantages of Trying an Honest Case)
Henry G. Miller, Esq.
Practical Application of the Frye Hearing in Medical Malpractice Actions
Steven B. Samuel, Esq.
Technology as a Tool of Persuasion in Medical
W. Russell Corker, Esq.
Deposing the Plaintiff
E. Marc Hyman, Esq.
The Deposition of the Defendant-Physician
Thomas J. Principe, Esq.
Plaintiff’s Jury Selection
Richard Shandell, Esq.
Defendant’s Jury Selection
Bruce G. Habian, Esq.
Opening Statements in Medical Malpractice
Cases: Plaintiff’s Perspective
Donald Drew Goldberg, Esq.
Preparing to Cross-Examine Plaintiff’s
Clifford A. Bartlett, Jr., Esq.
Cross Examination of Defendant’s
Paul Simonson, Esq.
Proving Plaintiff’s Case
Stanley A. Landers, Esq.
Medical and Hospital Record Evidence
Martin B. Adams, Esq.
Summation—In the End . . .
Eleni Coffinas, Esq.
The Art and Craft of the Defense
Bruce M. Brady
The Jury Charge
Thomas F. Moore, Esq.
W. Scott Schneider, Esq.
The Precise Art of Preservation
Barbara DeCrow Goldberg, Esq.
Richard J. Montes, Esq.
Are Juries Fair to Physicians?
Linda S. Crawford, J.D.
Statutory Law in Medical Malpractice
Elliott C. Winograd, Esq.
Amy G. London, Esq.
The Expert Witness for the Plaintiff in a Medical Malpractice Case
Steven E. Pegalis, Esq.
Anatomy of a Plaintiff’s Medical
Malpractice Case—Intake to Note of Issue
Steven E. North, Esq.
Daniel Kramer, Esq.
The Physician-Patient Privilege in Medical Malpractice Litigation
Raymond W. Belair, Esq.
Hospital Quality Assurance Material
under New York State Law
Jeffrey C. Gerson, Esq.
Mediation-Related Malpractice Claims
Robert P. Esgro, R.Ph., J.D.
The Brain-Damaged Baby Case from
Peter C. Kopff, Esq.
Practical Tips for the New Malpractice
Gil Choi, Esq.
Evaluating the Life Care Plan Before and
During Trial—A Defense Perspective
Nicholas J. Marotta, Esq.
War Stories: The Oral Tradition of the Trial
David Pollack, Esq.
Product Information and
PN: 41309 | 2009 | 654 pp., hardbound
NYSBA Members: $95|
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