legal crisis

legal crisis

Medtalk Any event with a potentially adverse impact on a particular physician, health care organization or service–eg, a civil suit, indictment, or administrative action, and result in subpoenas, search warrants, and/or employee interviews
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Saadi Ahmed Bira, member of the political bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan said in a press statement that "the Kurdistan region is going through a political and legal crisis at the moment", adding that "the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan does not mediate between the Democratic Party and the Tagheir Movement.
Six percent of our physicians are retiring, most early, citing the legal crisis.
She survived her medical crisis only to run into an equally threatening legal crisis.
THE RUC is facing a major security and legal crisis over the bugging of a car used to ferry Sinn Fein leaders Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness around Northern Ireland.
But Florida became almost as much of a badge of shame to the media mavens as it was a legal crisis for the Bush and Gore camps.
The Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General has published standards regarding the nature of misconduct and when to report it, but many questions remain unanswered about what to do when a legal crisis strikes.
The Criminal Procedure (Intermediate Diets) (Scot-land) Act 1998 averts a legal crisis.
A well-established corporate compliance program can aid in the prevention of a legal crisis, and, should a legal crisis arise, the program protects the provider by shielding it from harsher penalties or stricter sentences.
discussed how to prepare for a public relations problem and how to handle the media when your organization faces a legal crisis.
The Media Relations Next Practices Conference will include networking opportunities, breakfast and a luncheon keynote presentation from legal crisis management expert Lanny J.
Davis is one of the most sought after legal crisis managers in the country, and is joining one of the fastest growing communications firms in the country.
executive James Murdoch could face a police investigation into claims he gave "mistaken" testimony to Britain's parliament this week, deepening the legal crisis that has engulfed the Murdoch family's media empire.