Physicians often have a legal obligation to report conduct which they believe may constitute negligence, or demonstrate an individual’s inability to practice medicine competently, safely, or within the bounds of the relevant code of medical ethics. Because of the nature of the information required to be reported, it is not unusual for the physician (or
Karen R. Glickstein is a principal and the office litigation manager of the Overland Park, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri offices of Jackson Lewis P.C. For more than 25 years she has represented employers in discrimination, harassment and retaliation litigation ranging from single plaintiff cases to defense of EEOC class action matters. She also has significant experience defending clients in whistle-blowing and restrictive covenant matters, as well as advising clients on a wide variety of human resource and employment law matters.