|Faculty:||Robert J. Genis|
|Production Date:||April 20 2009|
Bob Genis uses his 25 years of experience to offer great insight into the laws that currently bind the entry of medical records into evidence. He provides valid, up-to-date information in regards to the CPLR and explains the various cases that have so initiated said laws. Genis emphasizes every attorney's need for creativity and out-of-the-box thinking, in specific pertinence to the procurement and admittance into evidence of much-needed, highly-protected medical records. Whether exposed to medical records on a daily basis or only on occasion, Genis' insight allows for a better, more in-depth understanding.
I. Applicable New York Statutes
II. What Initially Mandated These Laws?
III. Medical Records' Law Affect on Summary Judgment Motion
IV. CPLR Amendments V. Administration Determinations
Edwin (Manlius, NY)
great course and great speaker. Dynamic, informative and interesting. I am a physician/attorney and found this course very helpful.
Eliot (Bronx, NY)
Best course i took so far. Very instructive and will help to make me money!!!!!
John (Wantagh, NY)
Bob's course was great on the evidence!!!!
Jay (Mamaroneck, NY)
One of the best I've seen. Most useful for trial attorneys.
Ronny (Jersey City, NJ)
excellent and engaging presentation with adequate citations to authority , analysis, and practice tips. first rate pedagogy, thank you.
Anthony (East Setauket, NY)
Michael B (Amherst, NY)
Best program I have seen yet!
Gerard (hicksville, NY)
very good informative lecture
Joel D. (Great Neck, NY)
Edward (Hauppauge, NY)
Elan (New York, NY)
Ann (Plainfield, NJ)
Kathleen (staten Island, NY)
very good, engaging, pleasant speaker. I learned a lot about an area I am unfamiliar with.
Chae Young (Jericho, NY)
Joung Ho (Flushing, NJ)
Lecture about medical evidence was informative and practical.
Firas (Poughkeepsie, NY)
Thank you for the valuable information!!!
joseph (farmingville, NY)
Outstanding! Great presentation, good practice tips and clear, succinct guidance on admission of medical evidence.
Valerie T (GREAT NECK, NY)
Giving specific cites & case names & being brief about the matter at hand was useful.
Diana (Brooklyn, NY)
Very interesting and informative.
kenneth (new york, NY)
Adam (New York, NY)
Very informative. Excellent presentation.
George (Bayport, NY)
A really good and interesting presentation.
Alexander (New York, NY)
Very well presented.
Diane (Manlius, NY)
Great, informative presentation.
George (Fresh Meadows, NY)
This was an extremely useful presentation which provided useful tools and suggestions for getting material into evidence.
daniel (New York, NY)
Chris (New York, NY)
This lecture was an excellent balance between practice suggestions and substantive law analysis. Speaker appeared knowledgeable, upbeat and confident in presentation as well.
Joseph (Hunington NY, NY)
James (Staten Island, NY)
Excellent, especially in a little more than an hour.
James (LIVINGSTON, NJ)
Very helpful, practical suggestions. Will definitely help in my practice
christopher (Huntington, NY)
This was an excellent presentation; with great prectical skills suggestions and citations to authority.
Mark (New York, NY)
Wendy (New Rochelle, NY)
very knowledgeable speaker. thorough presentation. valuable information.
Cheryl (New York, NY)
Genis was excellent. A relaxed and effective speaker, in full control of his subject matter.