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David J. Goldberg, M.D., J.D.
Dr. Goldberg is Director of Skin Laser & Surgery Specialists of New York and New Jersey, Director of Mohs Surgery and laser research, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, and Adjunct Professor of Law, Fordham Law School.
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Whose liability is it anyway?
Perhaps the patients will all sue the laser company and not Dr. Laser. After all they sent a "beginner" laser representative to guide the "beginner" physician.
Accutane lawsuits and the 'learned intermediary doctrine'
Liability for failure to warn is transferred from the drug manufacturer to the treating physician. The sole exception to this doctrine is when the drug manufacturer relies on direct-to-consumer marketing.
The medical malpractice crisis: Is it a myth?
The debates over what to do with medical malpractice are complex and now longstanding.
Can he be an expert witness against A non-physician?
The motion, attempting to bar Dr. Expert's testimony, is based on the premise that Dr. Expert is not a state licensed esthetician and therefore should not be allowed to testify against an esthetician.
I used hyaluronic acid fillers off-label'
The use of drugs and devices for conditions that are not otherwise indicated is widespread among physicians and is generally not considered experimental or investigational.
Electronic medical records subject of ongoing controversy
Dr. EMR, a technologically oriented dermatologist, has been using electronic medical records for two years.
Cosmetic dermatology: One last 'golden egg'
Because it is largely, if not exclusively, a fee-for-service business, cosmetic dermatology has become one of medicine's few remaining golden eggs. As is the nature of all occupations, where money goes, ethical questions are expected to follow.
Skin cancer, an immunosuppressed patient and a lawsuit
The standard of care is defined by some as whatever an expert witness says it is, and what a jury will believe.
Cosmetic dermatology: One last 'golden egg'
Because it is largely, if not exclusively, a fee-for-service business, cosmetic dermatology has become one of medicine's few remaining golden eggs. As is the nature of all occupations, where money goes, ethical questions are expected to follow.
One mistake, license permanently revoked
This time during her physical examination, the patient was certain that she was touched inappropriately.

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