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October 31, 2011

Anne-Jo Pennock McTague speaks to North Country Health Professionals

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Anne-Jo Pennock McTague recently presented informational sessions and education to North Country hospitals’ health care professional employees and administrators on topics pertaining to professional medical practice, such as defensive documentation, EMTALA, licensure protection and licensure issues encountered, and medical malpractice prevention.

October 17, 2011

Rob Rausch speaks to Albany Claims Association

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Rob Rausch speaks to Albany Claims Association

On October 17th, Rob Rausch spoke at the annual educational seminar of the Albany Claims Association on the topic of “Negotiating and Litigating Damages”. Rob addressed such issues as defenses to damage claims, surveillance, use of Facebook and social media, vocational rehabilitation experts, and accident reconstruction, among others.

The Albany Claims Association was created in 1934. Members of the Albany Claims Association include representatives of insurance companies, independent adjusters, defense attorneys, investigators, and vendors whose services involve all aspects of property and casualty claims.

October 11, 2011

Rob Rausch Presents Seminar on Appellate Practice.

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On October 3rd, Rob Rausch spoke at a Continuing Legal Education seminar on Appellate Practice.  Rob spoke on the topic of “Taking and Perfecting Appeals: A View From the Bar”, and discussed such issues as properly filing an appeal, preparing and assembling a Brief and Record on Appeal, and preparation for oral argument, among others.

The seminar was sponsored by the New York State Bar Association.  Speakers were chosen from the Committee on Courts of Appellate Jurisdiction and included other appellate attorneys and members of the New York State Appellate Division and Court of Appeals.