In their Medical Malpractice Defense column, John L.A. Lyddane is a senior partner at Martin Clearwater & Bell, Barbara D. Goldberg, a partner at the firm, write that there are many situations where a hospital can successfully defend against a claim of vicarious liability for a non-employee physician, and that measures clarifying the status of treating physicians may even be taken prospectively in an attempt to limit vicarious exposure.
Defending Hospitals Against Vicarious Liability Claims
New York Law Journal
January 16, 2013
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