Monthly Archives: June 2014

Attracting Scum with Deny & Defend Litigation Strategies

I was talking with a risk manager friend the other day who said to me we need to focus more on the how-to, nuts & bolts stuff when it comes to disclosure and less on the theoretical.   I agree there … Continue reading

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Mom Forgives Daughter’s Killer; Pair to Work Together

A 13-year old girl is shot dead by a stupid classmate showing off his stepfather’s gun on a bus.  The young man, Jordyn Howe, was fooling around with the gun, tried to fire it but it wouldn’t shoot, so he pointed … Continue reading

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Involving Families After the Apology

There was an interesting article published recently in Health Leaders Media about involving families in hospital safety efforts after they received an apology for a medical error.  The initial focus of the article was Dr. Adams Dudley, MD, from University of California-San Francisco … Continue reading

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