In their medical malpractice column for the New York Law Journal on, Thomas A. Moore and Matthew Gaier examine venue rules as they apply in malpractice actions in their article, “Proper Venue for Malpractice Actions.”

Some circumstances arise in medical malpractice actions where the venue is placed based upon a physician’s principal office. They explain in their article what the CPLR 503 requirements are for a proper venue in most lawsuits, whether a venue is properly placed based upon a physician’s or a medical group’s “principal office,” and the landmark cases that have helped to mold the laws into what they are today.

To read the full article, click here.

This medical malpractice column written by Tom Moore and Matt Gaier, New York personal injury attorneys, is a resource used by countless attorneys throughout New York state regarding issues of medical malpractice.