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Wishing You Peace, Health and Prosperity Throughout the Season and in the Coming New Year
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Wishing you and your loved ones a #HappyThanksgiving!

In observance of the holiday, our office will be closed on Thursday, November 23.
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On September 7, 2017, the New York State Court of Appeals determined that the New York State Constitution does not provide an individual the right to a #PhysicianAssistedSuicide. The decision restricts a mentally competent and terminally ill person from obtaining a prescription for a lethal dose of drugs from a physician intended to be taken to cause death.

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We join in saying thank you to our veterans for their sacrifices and service to our country. #VeteransDay
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In the case of Lewis v. Rutkovsky, the First Department found that the case was not time-barred because of continuous treatment. The plaintiff alleged that her primary care physician failed to detect, diagnose, and treat her brain tumor. As a result of the doctor’s #FailureToDiagnose, the plaintiff underwent brain surgery that left her legally blind. The court referenced an earlier precedent set by Wilson v. Southampton Urgent Medical Care, P.C.

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Michael Boranian, a Partner with the Firm, was named as one of the "Ones to Watch" in Law by Long Island Business News. #OnestoWatch is featured each week in #LIBN, highlighting six people who stand out in their respective fields.

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http://www.mhms-law.com/email/fall-2017/LIBN_OnesToWatchInLaw_October13-19-17.pdf
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Wishing You and Your Family a Safe and Happy #4thofJuly
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This #MemorialDay, we honor and thank the men and women who have #served and #sacrificed for our country.
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The Appellate Division Second Department recently decided that a defendant’s “contumacious” conduct can lead to not only to #monetarysanctions, but also the striking of their answer. This decision came in a #medicalmalpractice action that arose from ophthalmological surgery performed in 2007. While the dissenting judge argued that the sanctions were drastic, the majority held that the nature and degree of penalty lies within the sound discretion of the Court.
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Recently, a #NewYork court of appeals cleared several #pediatricians and a major #NewYorkhospital, of a #medicalmalpracticelawsuit that accused them of failing to diagnose an infant’s tumor. The lawsuit was brought by the infant plaintiff’s parents.

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