Medical Malpractice

Richard Joslin Named Partner

Collins Einhorn is pelased to announce that Richard Joslin has been named a Partner with the firm. For 20 years Rick has served as lead defense counsel in hundreds of cases in both state and federal court. The defense of health care professionals has served as a cornerstone of his practice – he has defended…

Collins Einhorn Welcomes New Associate Michael J. Cook

Collins Einhorn is please to announce that associate, Michale J. Cook has joined the Firm. Mike earned his law degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Magna Cum Laude, in 2007. He is also a 2003 graduate of Michigan State University. Mike’s practice focuses on appellate and summary judgment research and brief writing….

CEFU Lawyers Richard Joslin and Melissa Graves Co-Author Article in Michigan Medical Law Report

CEFU Lawyers, Richard Joslin and Melissa Graves, co-authored an article in the Vol 7, No. 3, Fall 2011 issue of Michigan Medical Law Report. In the artice entitled “In Supervising other health care providers, the duties and liabilities are many,” Joslin and Graves explain that Michigan law requires that many non-physician health care provides be…

Richard Joslin’s Article “Published in “Medical Office Today”

On April 6, 2011, Richard Joslin’s Article “You are Your Brother’s Keeper” was published in “Medical Office Today.” In the article, Rick states in part, that “as interactions between physicians and allied healthcare providers increase, it is incumbent upon physicians to understand what legal responsibility they may have for the care being provided by non-physician…

Slank and Brown Obtain Reversal on Med Mal Judgment

On November 23, 2010, Noreen Slank and Geoff Brown secured the appellate reversal of a $845,000 medical malpractice judgment in the case of Griesbach v Ross. The Michigan Court of Appeals panel decided that the lawsuit was filed too late and ruled that judgment notwithstanding the verdict should have been granted.

Richard Joslin defends medical malpractice action

Richard Joslin defends medical malpractice action, plaintiff sought $4 million in closing argument. After 8 hours of deliberation, the jury returned a verdict of no cause for action.

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