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Law is neither panacea nor justice. An element of calculation, law answers to the "how" question, whereas justice answers to the "why" question. Law is anything but simple. It is a piecemeal doctrinal construction, each part more readily explained by the circumstances of its addition than by its relation to a coherent whole.An up to date analysis of the court-visited 36 caLaw is neither panacea nor justice. An element of calculation, law answers to the "how" question, whereas justice answers to the "why" question. Law is anything but simple. It is a piecemeal doctrinal construction, each part more readily explained by the circumstances of its addition than by its relation to a coherent whole.An up to date analysis of the court-visited 36 cases, this monograph depicts the theory, adjudications, and the future of the surgical negligence claims in the United States, by covering a range of determinants of surgical malpractice, including the plaintiff's reasonableness, surgeon's state of mind, res ipsa loquitur, inter alia, qualifications of the witness-expert, plain-error doctrine, but-for rule and proximate causation, evindentiary rules, patent infringement, defamation, fraud, taxation of the monetary awards, and the dicta....

Title : Court-visited Surgical Errors: A Guide to Forensic Testimony
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ISBN : 9781499359930
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 136 Pages
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  • Betty
    2018-11-22 12:52

    As always, Dr. Naira Matevosyan comes up with another brilliant book. Law is neither panacea nor justice. An element of calculation, law answers to the "how" question, whereas justice answers to the "why" question. Law is anything but simple. It is a piecemeal doctrinal construction, each part more readily explained by the circumstances of its addition than by its relation to a coherent whole.An up to date analysis of the court-visited 36 cases, this monograph depicts the theory, adjudications, and the future of the surgical negligence claims in the United States, by covering a range of determinants of surgical malpractice, including the plaintiff's reasonableness, surgeon's state of mind, res ipsa loquitur, inter alia, qualifications of the witness-expert, plain-error doctrine, but-for rule and proximate causation, evindentiary rules, patent infringement, defamation, fraud, taxation of the monetary awards, and the dicta.