Conn. Supreme Court HIPAA Decision Likely to Spawn More Litigation

In a first-of-its-kind decision in the state, the Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that patients can bring negligence lawsuits against health care providers that violate federal privacy regulations.

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  • CT Coalition for Family Court Reform

    This establishes precedent for lawsuits against AMC/GALs, and other so called "court appointed experts" working on family cases who blatantly flout HIPAA and other laws designed to protect parent‘s and children‘s medical information. What happened in the recent Grennan case shows how hypocritical our Supreme Court has been on this issue.

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