On Tuesday, April 14, 2015, Mark presented at a Pennsylvania Bar Institute continued legal education seminar on Trial Tactics, Tips and Techniques 2015. Mark’s topic was “Cross-Examination of the Expert Witness.”
On Friday, April 10, 2015, Mark made a presentation to the Medical Grand Rounds at The Guthrie Clinic on the topic of “Electronic Medical Records – New Challenges and Issues for Medical Providers.” Mark discussed current issues with respect to both the defense of medical malpractice liability actions, as well as current hot topics on […]
On Thursday, April 9, 2015, Mark presented a program to the Surgical Grand Rounds at The Guthrie Clinic in Sayre, Pennsylvania, on the topic of “The Apology Rule.” Mark discussed the Benevolent Gesture Medical Professional Liability Act and its implications for medical providers in Pennsylvania.
On October 19, 2013, The Commonwealth Medical College (TCMC) hosted its fifth annual Gala honoring the members of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Medical Education Development Consortium (MEDC). TCMC gave special tribute to all of the MEDC board members including Mark Perry acknowledging their contribution to the TCMC’s success in providing medical education to its students. The […]
Mark Perry, John Hill, and Neil Wenner Present a Mock Jury Trial to Lehigh Valley Medical Society in Conjunction with PMSLIC/NORCAL
On Saturday, October 11, 2014, Mark, Neil and John participated in a mock jury trial for members of the Lehigh Valley Medical Society. The all-day symposium was held at the Lehigh Valley Health Network Campus Auditorium in Allentown. The program was co-sponsored by NORCAL/PMSLIC, and was entitled Strategies to Minimize Liability Risk. John, Neil and Mark conducted the morning […]
Tim Holland obtained a defense verdict for doctor in Monroe County in a Depakote/Liver toxicity case. The case involved the claim that the defendants physicians failed to order frequent liver function testing for the patient. The defense was that liver function testing is indicated every six months in the absence of clinical symptoms of hepatitis. […]