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Nick Jurkowitz Interviewed By Dentist’s Money Digest

Nick Jurkowitz was quoted extensively in Ed Rabinowitz’s Dentist’s Money Digest article “Proactive Measures Can Lessen— But Not Erase— Risk of Lawsuits.” The piece discusses factors that can contribute to increased litigation against dentists, including new products and negligence, poor bedside manner, and the lack of a point person in regards to risk management. According to Nick, while it’s impossible to negate the risk of litigation completely, there are a number of ways for dentists and other healthcare professionals to minimize their chances of facing a lawsuit.

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Fenton Law Group’s Writ of Mandate Petition Granted by Los Angeles Superior Court

Henry Fenton and Dennis Lee successfully litigated a Petition for Writ of Mandate, which was granted by the Los Angeles Superior Court on April 28, 2016, ordering the California Medical Board to dismiss an accusation and withdraw a reprimand against a prominent interventional cardiologist. In an administrative hearing last year, Henry Fenton successfully defended the cardiologist against claims, filed by the California Medical Board, of unprofessional conduct, gross negligence and repeated acts of negligence involving several patients. The only discipline that remained from that case was the reprimand …

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Fenton Law Group Successfully Represents Physician Against Medical Board

On April 1, 2016, partner Benjamin Fenton, aided by associate Henry Martone, successfully argued against the Medical Board’s imposition of an Interim Suspension Order against a physician. In denying the Interim Suspension Order, the court cited many of the arguments made by Mr. Fenton and Mr. Martone both orally and in his opposition motion.

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