Superior Court: Due Care Required of Physicians Performing Peer Review Services

Superior Court:  Due Care Required of Physicians Performing Peer Review Services

Last week, the Pennsylvania Superior Court issued an opinion in Pollina v. Dishong, 2014 PA Super 153 (Pa. Super. Ct. 2014), holding that neither the Pennsylvania Peer Review Protection Act, 63 Pa.C.S.A. § 425.1 et seq., nor the doctrine of judicial privilege, will insulate a physician against negligence claims arising from a failure to exercise due care in the peer review process.

One’s Natural-Born Features, Alone, Ought Not Be Barriers to Employment

One’s Natural-Born Features, Alone, Ought Not Be Barriers to Employment

We read a great comment in response to our post “Weight Bias Is Alive And Well.”    Maria Hanna Joseph, an attorney/mediator in the Boston area, addressing the issue of weight and appearance bias, has carefully written a very succinct and balanced statement of the very purposes of employment anti-discrimination laws.