Anne Kuban Successfully Negotiates Necessary Work Accommodations for an Employee in the Midst of COVID-19 Pandemic

BCKS founding partner Anne Kuban recently represented a client who was considered high-risk to COVID-19 exposure and sought reasonable work accommodations during the pandemic.

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Krista Frick Wins Favorable Decision for Healthcare Providers in Medical Malpractice Appeal

In a recent medical malpractice appeal, partner Krista Frick secured a victory for a healthcare provider, successfully refuting claims that the trial judge coerced a juror into changing her verdict, and allegations that the trial court’s procedure was erroneous and an abuse of discretion.

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Steve Steinback Shares Insights on Death Certificate Requirements and Potential Consequences for Failing to Complete Death Certificates

Steve Steinback recently discussed the topic of death certificates, and the potential consequences for not signing a certificate, in a recent webinar for a healthcare organization.

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Seven BCKS Attorneys Named to Leading and Emerging Lawyers Lists

Barker, Castro, Kuban & Steinback is proud to announce seven attorneys have been recognized on the 2020 Leading and Emerging Lawyers lists published by the Leading Lawyers Network..

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Andrea Kott and Christopher Reeder Discuss the Protective Service Team as Providers in Pretrial and Trial Settings

Andrea Kott and Christopher Reeder shared insights into child abuse and neglect investigations as well as best practices for how medical professionals should comply with subpoenas and interview requests in their presentation titled “The Protective Service Team as Providers in the Pretrial and Trial Settings.

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Andrea Kott and Patrick Viktora Secure Summary Judgment Win for Healthcare Providers in a Case Involving Allegations of Agency

Andrea Kott and Patrick Viktora recently achieved a summary judgment win on behalf of a healthcare client in a case involving allegations of agency of the physicians involved in orthopedic surgery on a patient.

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