The Arbitrary Nature of Health Care Arbitration Agreements

13 June 2016 Trusts & Estates Publication
Authors: John T. Brooks Jena L. Levin

Trusts & Estates

Senior Counsel Jena Levin and Partner John Brooks contributed an article to Trusts & Estates and WealthManagement.com entitled "The Arbitrary Nature of Health Care Arbitration Agreements," on June 13, 2016.

The article discusses the enforceability of health care arbitration agreements when the admissions paperwork is signed by the patient's spouse, child, relative or personal representative. To read the full article, click the link above, or read it here.

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