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NURSING HOME LITIGATION 2021

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Date Published

March 4, 2021

Publisher

New York State Trial Lawyers Association

Subjects

Nursing Homes

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Summary

March 4 & 11, 2021

 

4 Skills CLE Credits 

 

March 4, 2021

 

 

Michael Feldman, Esq. – Chair

Jacoby & Meyers LLP

•Recent developments in Nursing Home Law

•Proving Urinary Tract, Sepsis Death Cases

• Is the “Death” of a Nursing Home Resident Recoverable?

 

 

Honorable Debra Silber

Justice of the Supreme Court, Kings County

•The elements of Nursing Home claims

•The nature of damages for Nursing Home claims

•Jury Interrogatories and Verdict Sheet in Nursing Home cases

•The new Pattern Jury Instruction 2:151D

 


March 11, 2021

 

 

John Dalli, Esq.

Dalli & Marino, LLP.
• Nursing Home Immunity
• Nursing Home Ownership
• How financial decisions in Nursing Homes affect resident care

•Proposed legislation for Nursing Homes

 

 

Jason Platt, Esq.

Doolan Platt & Setareh, LLP.
• Overview of the law as it relates to Punitive Damages
• Pleadings and opposing motions to dismiss Punitive Damages
• Proof of Punitive Damages (paper discovery and depositions)

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Presenters

Michael Feldman, Esq.

Jacoby & Meyers LLP

Hon. Debra Silber

Justice of the Supreme Court, Kings County

John Dalli, Esq.

Dalli & Marino, LLP

Jason Platt, Esq.

Doolan Platt & Setareh, LLP

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

NURSING HOME LITIGATION 2021 - Part 1
NURSING HOME LITIGATION 2021 - Part 2
NURSING HOME LITIGATION 2021 - Written Materials
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