Amy Goganian Honored Among Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s 2017 “Top Women of Law”
Each year, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly celebrates outstanding achievements made by exceptional women attorneys. Top Women honorees have demonstrated accomplishments in the legal field while also contributing to the broader community in areas such as pro bono legal services, social justice, advocacy, and business.
Super Lawyers Magazine Honors Amy Goganian
Amy Goganian was recognized once again by Super Lawyers Magazine when she was selected for inclusion on the Massachusetts Super Lawyers list in the practice area of professional liability. Amy has received this honor annually since 2007. Nominated by her peers and vetted during a rigorous multi-phase process, only five percent of attorneys in Massachusetts are selected for inclusion in this publication.
Amy Goganian is quoted in the August 2017 edition of the ED Legal Letter
Test Ordered in ED, but Patient Discharged or Admitted?
Amy Goganian is quoted in the December 2015 edition of the ED Legal Letter
Poor Change-of-shift Communication Triggered Successful Med/Mal Suits
Amy Goganian is quoted in the November 2014 edition of the ED Legal Letter
Tempted to Give Misleading Info at Deposition? These Claims Against EPs Became Indefensible
Physician Risk Management interviews Amy Goganian
Claims alleging physicians failed to follow up are on the rise. Best practices that could prevent successful lawsuits.
The New York Times Science Section, December 29, 2009
A Patient Dies, and Then the Anguish of Litigation, by Joan Savitsky, M.D.
“It was just an average busy, stressful day at work, in May 2004, when the deputy sheriff arrived with a summons. I sucked in my breath, signed the receipt and returned to my desk piled high with charts, messages, lab results and forms. I was being sued for medical malpractice…
…A few months later, my lawyer, Amy, arrived, a brisk, no-nonsense woman hauling a suitcase full of records.”
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly interview with Amy Goganian
Plaintiffs’ and defense-side medical-malpractice attorneys comment on the recent steady increase in the number of cases that are decided via binding arbitration.