The Massachusetts Bar Association has released a new MassBar Beat podcast episode: “Transparency: The New Normal in Medical Malpractice?’”
The traditional “deny and defend” attitude to claims of medical malpractice may be changing as doctors and hospitals embrace transparency, disclosure, and even apologies following medical errors. In this episode, host Jordan Rich talks with former MBA President Jeffrey Catalano of Todd & Weld LLP, a patient-safety advocate, about how medical transparency in med-mal cases is gaining traction in Massachusetts and elsewhere, as medical professionals work more openly with patients to prevent problems in the future.
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What kind of impression are you giving to a judge or jury at trial - even before you say a word? That's the topic of the newest episode of the MBA's podcast, the MassBar Beat, which is now available.
In "Mastering the Unspoken Word: Body Language and Nonverbal Communication in Court," I discuss how a lawyer's attire, body language, tone of voice and other nonverbal cues can impact your chances in court. I invite you to join me as I talk about tips for success, including some of the key takeaways from Sonya Hamlin's book, "Now, What Makes Juries Listen."
Listen to the MassBar Beat for free on iTunes and SoundCloud. Better yet, subscribe so you don't miss a "Beat."
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