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Please click below to read additional articles from this issue of our Quarterly Newsletter.The Foreclosure Ultimatum: Can a Debtor Use Bankruptcy to Compel a Lender to Foreclose or Discharge Its Mortgage?
Playing the waiting game: Self-insurance under R.I.G.L. § 42-14.1-2 after the Rhode Island Supreme Court’s decision in Peloquin v. Haven Health Center of Greenville, LLC
Quarterly Newsletter: April 2013
Proposed Statutes And Department Of Health Guidelines For The Practice Of Telemedicine In Rhode Island
Although the practice of telemedicine is currently prohibited in Rhode Island by statutes restricting the practice of medicine to physicians with a Rhode Island license, there is a Senate bill and a set of proposed guidelines from the Department of Health seeking to change the law to facilitate the practice of telemedicine.