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... . It is settled in Delaware that the failure to obtain informed consent is a form of medical malpractice. ... The informed consent statute was enacted as part of a chapter designed to manage the then-burgeoning number of medical malpractice claims. ...
... The will was probated before the Probate Court in and for Chittendon County, Vermont (the "Probate Court"). B. Bill And David Respond To The Bequests. ... At a probate hearing in February 2005, two such individuals asserted that they were entitled to shares under the will. ...
... had a duty to "vet" each customer and their [sic] pet as they [sic] entered the store to determine if the animal demonstrated vicious ... Plaintiff has failed to establish that it was foreseeable that Chester would bite Plaintiff, or that, through the exercise of reasonable care, PetSmart ...
... When DSPC's executive director asserted that their contract's referee clause allowed him to arbitrate disputes between the parties, Kuhn sued to enjoin arbitration. The Vice Chancellor granted DSPC's motions to dismiss and compel arbitration. ...
... matter involves a claim for personal injuries filed by the plaintiff-appellant, Linda S. 1264 Perry ("Perry") against the defendants-appellees, Kristin M. Berkley ("Berkley") and Marie M. Rinehart ("Rinehart") as a result of a three-car accident that occurred on December 10, 2005. ...