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Kevin C. Giordano, Esq


Exploring Transparency Through Apology and Disclosure

August 14, 2013

Our malpractice lawyer counsels on a complicated case involving a delivery with an unexpected outcome and multiple health care providers involved.

Apology and Disclosure Programs: Should they Play a Role in Obstetrical Practice?

March 28, 2013

A physician and a malpractice attorney discuss the merits of ‘Apology and Disclosure’ programs and their role in obstetrical practice. Do they cut costs or create trouble?

Changing Standards of Care and Your Malpractice Risk

March 22, 2012

There is a good deal of emerging literature concerning the new automated multi-arrays utilizing peripheral blood samples for the identification of genetic abnormalities. Testing for 100 or more occult genetic disorders can now be rapidly processed by automated machinery with highly reproducible and reliable results.

Laparoscopic Surgery & Malpractice Risk, Part 2: Laparoscopic Hysterectomy

January 19, 2012

Kevin Giordano, Esq. and John O’Grady, MD, examine two laparoscopic hysterectomies that resulted in occult ureteric injury.Is it possible that the same event might be considered the standard of practice in one case but not the other?

Laparoscopic Surgery & Malpractice Risk, Part 1: Diagnostic Laparoscopy

January 12, 2012

Is the concept of an “accepted complication”-or the identified limitations of medical science-a shield to malpractice claims? Kevin Giordano, Esq. and John O’Grady, MD, explore liability risks of diagnostic laparoscopy.