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The Alphabet – Some Hints On Avoiding Liability

I thought I might have a bit of fun going back to my ABCs and that you might find some of these brief items helpful. Perhaps you can [...]

The Alphabet Revisited

I return to my ABCs (see the July 2010 issue of the Avoiding Liability Bulletin for the prior one) and hope you find a few of these [...]

“An Alphabet of Reminders, Information…”

A . Always remember to renew your license and your malpractice insurance policy. Practicing without a license or malpractice insurance, [...]

Do You Know Your ABC’s…?

A. Advertising that one has been “in practice for ten years,” when in fact the person has been licensed for two years but has included [...]

Alphabet Soup for the New Year (2014)

Advertisements by licensed mental health practitioners must not be false, fraudulent, misleading or deceptive. Care should therefore be [...]

Barter, Neglect, Violence Towards Patients, and Patient Outings

In the February 2014 issue of the AVOIDING LIABILITY BULLETIN, I raised many questions for the reader’s thought, research, and [...]

Advertising, Statute of Limitations, Yelling at a Client

In the February 2014 issue of the AVOIDING LIABILITY BULLETIN, I raised many questions for the reader’s thought, research, and [...]

Avoiding Liability – Revisiting Some Basics

Much of what I write in this monthly column is about a variety of specific legal topics and issues that affect mental health [...]

Alphabet Soup (A through M) – A Potpourri of Issues/Questions

The following questions and information are intended to stimulate thought, research, and discussion. I will address some of these [...]

Do You Know Your ABCs?

Here’s something different. These questions, a few of which may seem far-fetched or odd, have arisen in the past in actual practice [...]

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