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The National Academy for State Health Policy recently commissioned a report detailing Pennsylvania’s adverse event reporting system for medical malpractice events. Pennsylvania medical malpractice incidents are reported through a hospital adverse event reporting system. The Pennsylvania Adverse Event Reporting System (system) collects data on medical errors

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The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) assembled the Pennsylvania Autonomous Vehicle Testing Policy Task Force  to create a framework for highly autonomous vehicles,  (HAV) also known as “self-driving cars”.  Pennsylvania required the framework to balance public safety with innovation, according to TruckingInfo.com. Proper testing of HAVs could lead

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For married couples negotiating a divorce settlement, developing a child custody agreement can be one of the biggest hurdles.  Ideally, both parents should  compromise to develop a plan for custody based upon what is best for the child or children involved.  However, this is not

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Pennsylvania couples who want to protect their assets or other lifestyle terms in the event of a divorce have two different options based on whether they considering marriage or already married. Couples preparing to wed may consider a prenuptial agreement, also called a “prenup.”  A prenuptial

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On September 22, 2016, Pennsylvania personal injury lawyers Jon Ostoff and Louis Ricciardi were among the speakers of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice’s (PAJ) Trial of the Month teleseminar.   The topic of the CLE credited course was the settlement of Ostroff’s recent bus accident lawsuit

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Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is expected to sign legislation that would shorten the length of time a married couple must live separately before a divorce can be granted. House Bill 380, signed by both the Pennsylvania Senate the House of Representatives on September 27, allows the

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