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Access to Credentialing Material after Reginelli & Krappa: The Roadmap

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Date Published

March 10, 2020


Pennsylvania Association for Justice


Medical Malpractice


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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has allowed access to critically important physician credentialing files previously protected by Peer Review. Hear directly from the PAJ member attorneys who handled the Reginelli and Krappa cases and discuss strategies to ensure your clients get the credentialing documents necessary to handle your Thomas V. Nason claims.

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Veronica A. Richards, Esq.
Richards & Richards, LLP

Ms. Richards is the managing partner at the Pittsburgh law firm of Richards & Richards, LLP. She received her BSN in 1978... Read More

Rosalind Kaplan, Esq.
Jarve & Kaplan, LLC

Rosalind T. Kaplan is a plaintiff’s attorney and was formerly a shareholder in the firm of Litvin, Blumberg, Matusow and... Read More

Malcolm L. MacGregor, Esq.
McDonald & MacGregor, LLC

Malcolm L. MacGregor, is a Founding Partner in the law firm of McDonald & MacGregor, LLC, Scranton. Malcolm offers some... Read More

Rudolph Massa, Esq.

Rudolph L. Massa is the founding partner of the law firm of Massa Butler Giglione. The firm, founded in 2003, specializes in... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

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Access to Credentialing Material after Reginelli & Krappa: The Roadmap
Access to Credentialing Material after Reginelli & Krappa: The Roadmap - Paper
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