Jan Mulligan’s article “Hacking Each Other to Death: Cyber-War and the Russia-Ukraine Conflict” featured in Juriste International.
Jan discusses Metaverse and U.S. Laws and Regulation at a Lexing Network Global Conference.
Jan Mulligan speaks at a UIA international Science & Law conference in Trieste Italy on “AI in U.S. Healthcare: Will the robotic doctor see us now?”
Jan Mulligan’s article “Jabbing Around the World: Global Disparities Accessing SARS-CoV-2 Vaccines” appears in the Summer edition of Juriste International.
Jan Mulligan is a speaker and moderator at an international webinar on “COVID Contact Tracing: Progress or Privacy at the Crossroads?”
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
Jan Mulligan and Mark VonderHaar presented a webinar entitled “Representing Policyholders in COVID-19 Business Interruption Cases” to the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego.
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).
“Jury Selection: The Make-It-Or-Break-It Phase of a Trial” article co-authored by Jan Mulligan appears in GPSolo Magazine, a publication of the American Bar Association
Janice Mulligan interviewed by Maria Kelly, President of Consumer Attorneys of San Diego, for the Trial Bar News magazine.
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?”
Mulligan Law win class certification of nationwide class action against Stemgenex stem cell clinics.
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 is honored to be named 2018 Trial Stars from the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego (CASD)
Orange County Trial Lawyers Award Top Gun Trial Lawyer of the Year for Medical Malpractice to be Awarded to Janice Mulligan
Jan Mulligan publishes health and privacy article in ABA TIPS Journal
$1,250,000.00 Settlement: Premises Liability
LA Times reports on our Stem Cell Clinic class action
Jan Mulligan featured alumni at University of San Diego
Janice Mulligan publishes article “Cybermedicine: Technological Boon or Data Security Nightmare? in The Warrior, Journal of the Trial Lawyer’s College.
$2,175,000.00 Settlement Reached by MB&F When Lifeguard Runs Over Sunbather
BEST REPORT OF CONGRESS awarded to Janice F. Mulligan’s paper on Healthcare Cyber Vulnerability: A Risk Management Nightmare for the 21st Century is presented at UIA Congress in Valencia, Spain.
How Lawyers Should Best prepare for U.S. Mediation
Janice F. Mulligan presents seminar at Center for International Legal Studies
Telehealth/Telemedicine: The Promise and the Perils Under U.S. Law
Janice F. Mulligan presents seminar for Union Internationale des Avocats in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Advanced Medical Technology and its Cost
Janice F. Mulligan presents a seminar for Union Internationale des Avocats in Florence, Italy
Podcast: How Best Can Medical Malpractice Policy Be Reformed: An Interview with Janice Mulligan
USD Law Alumna Janice F. Mulligan ’81 (JD) Appointed to California State Bar’s Commission on Judicial Nominees
Janice F. Mulligan to Receive TIPS James K. Carroll Leadership Award
San Diego Magazine – Medical Malpractice
The Right to Medical Treatment: Availability of Healthcare in the United States Janice F. Mulligan presents a seminar for Union Internationale des Avocats in Florence, Italy
National Research Council. To Err Is Human: Building a Safer Health System. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2000.
To Err Is Human: Building a Safer Health System
What They Didn’t Teach You in Med School: Entrepreneurial Approach Is Key To A Successful Medical Practice (Jun 23, 2008 – Business Wire)
Lawsuit leads clinic to drop patient, family (Dec 10, 2007 – amednews.com)
10 Rules For Succeeding in a Solo/Small Firm with a Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Practice by Janice F. Mulligan (AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION, Presidential Showcase Annual Meeting, August, 2003)
Obstetricians dwindle amid high malpractice costs (May 06, 2002 – USA Today)
Medical Sleuthing by Janice F. Mulligan (American Bar Association Journal, p. 61, January (2000))