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Mark F Uphus

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

MacRae v. Group Health Plan, Inc.

... Aquila, 718 NW2d at 885. The statutory limitations period that governs Margaret's medical malpractice action is set forth in Minn.Stat. § 541.076(b) (2006): "An action by a patient or former patient against a health care provider alleging malpractice, error, mistake, or failure to cure ...

State v. Jones

... By these convictions, the jury found that [Jones] deprived the victim of health care or supervision, and that deprivation resulted in substantial harm to the victim's physical health — that [Jones] failed to provide health care or supervision to the victim during a time when he was the ...

Yath v. Fairview Clinics, NP

... But we conclude that HIPAA does not preempt section 144.335, which authorizes a private cause of action for releasing health care records. We therefore affirm in part, reverse in part, and remand. FACTS. ... Both protect the privacy of an individual's health care information. ...