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The rise of the employed physician: What it means to new doctors

As the youngest member of a family of doctors, it was not uncommon during my childhood to spend summers at my father’s private practice. I fondly remember greeting the familiar office staff as I recklessly ran amok among an endless array of rickety cabinets containing an untold amount of aging, yellowed paper charts. My dad’s […]

Medicine and literature - "Riding a Crocodile"

My husband, a doctor who has been in hospitals and in private practice since 1970, has given me every film and book review that has medicine as its central theme. It does not matter if the story was written in English, French, German or Hebrew. Show More Summary

Write-Offs: 12.4.14

$$$ JPMorgan continues run as top ranked investment bank [Reuters] $$$ Whistleblowing on Wall Street: The untapped jackpot [CNBC] $$$ Prosecutor on Mathew Martoma Case Heads to Private Practice [Dealbook] $$$ Putin says ‘outside enemies’...Show More Summary

Another Insider Trading Prosecutor Moves to Private Practice

Another prosecutor is leaving the already-depleted team in the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's office that spearheaded a crackdown on insider trading

Prosecutor on Mathew Martoma Case Heads to Private Practice

Eugene Ingoglia, a federal prosecutor who worked on the United States government's crackdown on insider trading at hedge funds, is the latest in a string of prosecutors to take a private sector job.

‘Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce’ Review: Dominic Patten On Bravo’s 1st Drama

Lisa Edelstein (House), Paul Adelstein (Private Practice) and a really terrific Janeane Garofalo (The West Wing) star in Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, Bravo's first foray into scripted television. As I say in my video review above,Show More Summary

6 Tips for Approaching the Holiday Season

For many of us, the holidays are stressful. Our stress might stem from having a narrow, rigid view of how the holidays are supposed to be, said Lea Seigen Shinraku, MFT, a therapist in private practice in San Francisco. We might feel pressure, from ourselves and others, to have a joyful holiday. But we might […]

'Once Upon a Time' ups the evil ante with Maleficent, Cruella de Vil and Ursula

The fairy tale characters of "Once Upon a Time"are in for a truly evil time come the second half of Season 4. It was announced Nov. 19 that the bad guy population has been upped to three with "Private Practice" alum Merrin Dungey joining the cast as Ursula. Show More Summary

Amelia's 'Private Practice' past could mean long 'Grey's Anatomy' future

Amelia Shepherd's happy go lucky time as head of neurosurgery at Grey Sloan memorial is about take a very dark turn. In Thursday's (Nov. 13) episode, "Could We Start Again, Please?" Amelia's tragic past with drug and alcohol addiction...Show More Summary

Passcode vs. Touch ID: A Legal Analysis

[Ed. note: Jason Stern is a Criminal Defense Attorney in private practice in New York City] 8:34 am. A college professor receives a text message threatening to blow up the history building. The professor immediately contacts law enforcement, who trace the origin of the call to a student who lives off-campus. When FBI agents arrive at […]

Amelia’s Anatomy: PRIVATE PRACTICE’s Caterina Scorsone Dishes on Her Recent Transfer to GREY’S ANATOMY, Previews Tonight’s Tense Callie and Arizona Centric Episode

Those who watched the GREY’S ANATOMY spin-off PRIVATE PRACTICE will agree with me when I argue that Amelia Shepherd is one of the most important characters on television right now. Her presence is crucial not only on GREY’S ANATOMY but on television in general. Caterina Scorsone approaches the role with grit and enough angst to […]

Denis McInerney Returns to Davis Polk from DOJ

Denis McInerney, the “rock star” lawyer recruited by Lanny Breuer to oversee the Justice Department’s fraud section after the financial crisis, is returning to private practice at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP.

Shonda Rhimes: Quit Focusing on My Race & Gender!

With a portfolio that includes “Scandal,” “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Private Practice,” Shonda Rhimes clearly knows how to be a successful showrunner. The “How To Get Away With Murder” executive producer is on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter's...Show More Summary

Upcoming Drug and Device Defense Seminar

We wanted to take a moment to let you know about the Drug and Device Defense Forum coming up on October 22 nd. Two of our bloggers (McConnell and Yeary) are speaking along with a host of other excellent private practice attorneys and in-house counsel. Show More Summary

President of Private Practice Doctors: ‘USA Relying on Untrained Third World to Prevent Mass Deaths in USA

The President of the Private Practice Doctors organization has charged that the U.S. government’s lack of urgency in border and flight security coupled with West Africa’s inability to properly screen people with fevers undermines protocols and puts Americans in danger of contracting Ebola. Show More Summary

Bad Judge Season 1 Episode 1: What's the Verdict?

Kate Walsh made her full-time return to television tonight on Bad Judge Season 1 Episode 1. The former Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice star appears here as Rebecca Wright, an officer of the law who knows how to have a good time away...Show More Summary

'Bad Judge' premiere: Kate Walsh deems new role 'just awesome'

It's a "bad" time in television sitcoms for some respected professions.After CBS' recent "Bad Teacher" comes NBC's "Bad Judge," premiering Thursday (Oct. 2), marking "Private Practice" alum Kate Walsh's return to series work. She plays Rebecca Wright, who oversees cases in the Los Angeles County judicial system with a tough demeanor... Show More Summary

'Bad Judge' series premiere review: Kate Walsh shines but plot needs work

If "Grey's Anatomy" and "Private Practice" fans are looking for Addison Shepherd in Kate Walsh's new comedy "Bad Judge," they won't find her -- and that's actually the saving grace of the show."Bad Judge," from executive producers Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, follows Judge Rebecca Wright (Walsh) as she parties all night and judges all day. Show More Summary

‘Bad Judge’s Kate Walsh Blasts Ex-Managers Over Commissions From New NBC Series

Just days before her new NBC judicial series is set to debut, the former Private Practice star headed to court herself. Today Bad Judge actress Kate Walsh filed a complaint against Evolution Entertainment over commissions her ex-mangers are demanding from the new show. Show More Summary

Women in Business: Q&A with Christina L. Martini, Attorney, DLA Piper

Christina L. Martini is a practicing attorney, author and columnist. She is vice chair of the Chicago intellectual property practice group at DLA Piper and has been in private practice since 1994. She focuses her practice on domestic and international trademark, copyright, domain name, Internet, advertising and unfair competition law. Show More Summary

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