Roger N. Morris quoted in article “5 Court Cases Involving Pharmacists”Pharmacy Times 03/06/16
Below is an excerpt:
Should a pharmacist-in-charge be held liable for a technician’s theft? Can a pharmacist who is afraid of needles be fired for not providing immunizations?
These were some of the legal questions posed during a session on pharmacy case law at the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) 2016 Annual Meeting and Exposition.
Roger Morris, RPh, JD, of Quarles & Brady LLP, and William J. Stilling, BS, Pharm, MS, JD, of Parsons Behle & Latimer, provided an overview of the kind of legal cases pharmacists have been involved in both as the plaintiffs and the defendants over the past year or so.