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June 2017 Archives

Horrific case shows 'never events' remain a problem in the OR

Anyone who must undergo some manner of operation knows through their conversations with surgeons and their own research or personal experience that there is always some degree of risk involved. Indeed, postoperative complications can arise, infections can develop, and the underlying disease or condition can remain unchanged.

What do the rules of professional conduct have to say about competence? - II

Back in May, our blog spent some time discussing how the very first decree in the Maryland Attorneys' Rules of Professional Conduct dictates that all attorneys must provide clients with competent representation, meaning services demonstrating a reasonably necessary degree of "legal knowledge, skill, thoroughness and preparation."

The 100 deadliest days for teen drivers are officially here

For teens, the period running from Memorial Day through Labor Day ranks as one of the best of the year. That's because school is officially out, meaning they are free from homework, able to earn much-needed income at summer jobs and, of course, hang out with their friends far more often.

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