Ethical Issues in Inmate Lawsuits: Solutions to the Most Common Ethical Challenges - Recorded December 12, 2020
Correctional health care professionals have duties and loyalties that arise by oath, by law, and by contract.
Inmate lawsuits frequently put these duties and loyalties into conflict. This presentation identifies the most prevalent ethical challenges that arise in the context of inmate lawsuits and offers practical approaches and solutions. The aim is to equip professionals with the tools to identify, address and resolve the myriad ethical challenges associated with inmate lawsuits.
- Review common ethical issues arising in the context of correctional health care lawsuits
- Identify ways to address ethical conflicts arising in correctional health care lawsuits
- Discuss how to resolve ethical conflicts in legal settings
About the presenter
Daniel Griffith, JD is a partner with the law firm of Whiteford Taylor & Preston. He is the Managing Attorney of the firm’s Delaware office and the head of the firm’s Tort and Insurance Litigation Section. He is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court and numerous other state and federal courts. He has been recognized as an expert in civil litigation, one of America's Leading Lawyers and as a Super Lawyer in Delaware. Mr. Griffith has been defending correctional healthcare cases since 2008 and is a frequent author and presenter on correctional health care litigation. He graduated from Rutgers College in 1987 and Rutgers School of law in 1990.
$59 ($49 for CCHP), includes access to the power point presentation, the webinar recording and CE credit – 1.0 hours for ACCME, ANCC, APA and CCHP. If you would like a copy of the presentation slides and info on how to claim CE credit, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.