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Dr. Tan is emeritus professor of medicine and former adjunct professor of law at the University of Hawaii, Honolulu. This article is modified from a chapter in the author’s book, “Medical Malpractice: Understanding the Law, Managing the Risk.” It is meant to be educational and does not constitute medical, ethical, or legal advice. For additional information, readers may contact the author at [email protected].

References

1. Wengel v. Herfert, 473 N.W.2d 741 (1991).

2. Salazar v. Ehmann, 505 P.2d 387 (1972).

3. Miyamoto v. Lum and Lazo, 84 P.3d 509 (2004).

4. Rosenberg v. Jing Jiang, 153 A.D.3d 744 (2017).

5. Wallman v. Kelley, 976 P.2d 330 (1998).

6. Charell v. Gonzales, 673 N.Y.S. 2d 685 (1998).

7. Gonzales v. NYS DOH, 232 A.D.2d 886 (1996).

8. Schneider v. Revici, 817 F. 2d 987 (1987).

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