Partner Greg Care was tapped as authority on resident physician liability by Lawrence H. Brenner and Mara Howard-Williams for their new book, Clinical Decision-Making and Judicial Reasoning: Harmonizing Principles of Distributive Justice and Healthcare Quality. Greg was credited for part of “Chapter 9. Liability in an Academic Setting.”
This book serves as a guide for healthcare providers to make prudent decisions that ensure the safety of patients and protects providers from liability.
Greg advocates for his clients in a diverse array of civil litigation and appeals, including a variety of employment matters, academic discipline disputes, and cases to vindicate the rights of persons with disabilities to pursue independent lives. In every case, Greg tailors his approach to each client’s particular situation and goals to achieve the best possible result in the given circumstances – there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution to the unique factors in each case.
The protection of employees’ and students’ rights is a priority for Greg. For years, he has dedicated a substantial part of his practice to representing resident physicians and fellows facing discipline during their training, problem-solving on concerns about compliance with ACGME requirements, and advocating for those accused of running afoul of NRMP rules. Greg knows graduate medical education and academic medicine, as well as the difficulties that can arise and their solutions. He uses that understanding to ensure that his clients’ careers continue to grow.
Learn more about Greg Care here.
Founded in 1982, Brown, Goldstein & Levy is a 20-lawyer law firm based in Baltimore, Maryland, with an office in Washington, DC. The firm is nationally recognized in a wide variety of practice areas, including complex civil and commercial litigation, civil rights, health care, family law, and criminal defense. Above all else, Brown, Goldstein & Levy is a client-centered law firm and has decades of experience bringing passionate, effective advocacy to your fight for justice.