Jan Mulligan is a speaker and moderator at an international webinar on “COVID Contact Tracing: Progress or Privacy at the Crossroads?”
Jan Mulligan and Mark VonderHaar presented a webinar entitled “Representing Policyholders in COVID-19 Business Interruption Cases” to the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego. Brian Findley moderated the discussion.
Jan Mulligan moderated an international discussion among physicians and lawyers for the UIA Health Law Commission entitled “How Technology and Medicine are Helping/Hindering the COVID-19 Pandemic”. With her on the panel were Lawrence Friedman, M.D. (UCSD California USA), Shigeki Takahasi, M.D., LLB, PhD (Tokyo, Japan), Joshua Cohen (NYC, NY USA) and Diego Saluzzo (Turin, Italy).
Janice Mulligan co-authors peer reviewed international journal article:
Trace, Test, and Treat COVID-19: A Tale of Two Cultures
Juriste International, International Association of Attorneys
Brian Findley’s article is the Feature Story of the American Bar Association’s TortSource magazine, Summer 2019: “Friendly Fire: New Bill Aims to Fix 69-Year Bar to Medical Malpractice Lawsuits by Military.”
Jan Mulligan, President of the UIA Health Law commission, presents at the opening session of the international UIA Seminar in NYC: “Welcome to the Age of Big Health Data! Will It be a Cure or a Curse?”
Jan Mulligan was a featured speaker at the International Association of Attorneys (UIA) Congress in Porto, Portugal. The topic she addressed was “Biometric & Big Health Data is Here to Stay: Can’t leave it…Can We Learn to Love it?” A link to her power point is available here:
For their $5.5 million dollar jury verdict in an Orange County medical malpractice trial, Jan Mulligan and Brian Findley are honored to be named 2018 Trial Stars from the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego (CASD)
Janice Mulligan publishes article “Cybermedicine: Technological Boon or Data Security Nightmare? in The Warrior, Journal of the Trial Lawyer’s College.