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E. Burke Giblin

Founding partner Giblin, Combs, Schwartz, Cunningham & Scarpa

Certified Civil Trial Attorney Supreme Court of New Jersey

State of New Jersey
State of New York
United States District Court, District of New Jersey
United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit

Legal: Northeastern University School of Law, Juris Doctor
Undergraduate: Boston University, Bachelor of Arts
Post-Graduate: Fairleigh Dickinson University, Business Administration

New Jersey Supreme Court Ethics Committee, District X
American Bar Association
New Jersey State Bar Association
Morris County Bar Association
Mercer County Bar Association
New Jersey Society of Hospital Attorneys
Trial Attorneys of New Jersey
Who’s Who in American Law
Named one of top lawyers in New Jersey by
New Jersey Monthly and New Jersey Super Lawyers
Named AV Preeminent Attorney – Judicial Edition by Martindale – Hubbell

Leukemia Society of America, Northern New Jersey Chapter
Trustee, 1987-1988
Vice President, 1989-1994
Tri-County Scholarship Fund, Trustee, 1992-1996

State Bar Association
New Jersey Medical Society
Various Hospitals, Medical and Community Groups

Contributor of periodic risk management articles appearing in Medical Economics and Medical Society Journals
“Deposition Questions That Can Destroy a Physician’s Defense in A Delay in Diagnosis Case”, July 2017
“Avoiding Pitfalls of Electronic Medical Records”, January 2017
“Does Patient Responsibility Still Exist? An Ongoing Problem for Physicians Revisited”, July 2016
“How Physicians Should Handle Dangerous Cross Examination in Alleged Delay in Diagnosis Cases”, March 11, 2016
“Increased Use of Literature by Plaintiffs’ Attorneys in Malpractice Cases Requires Physicians to be Fully Prepared to Properly Respond to Same,” November 2015
“Important New Developments in Breast Cancer Litigation Which Will Impact Physicians in Multiple Specialties,” August 2014
“Catastrophic Injury Cases can Still be Won Before a Lay Jury”, Oct 17, 2013
“Informed Consent: Some Good News for Physicians”, June 11, 2013
“New Literature to Help with Cases of Shoulder Dystocia/Brachial Plexus Injury” January 29, 2013
“Defense Options Physicians Must Know: Trial with a High/Low Agreement and Arbitration with a High/Low Agreement,” January 2013
“Does Recent Literature Permit More Shoulder Dystocia Cases To Be Won?” October 2011
“LAD Claims and Their Impact on Physician’s Practices,” July 2011
“Informed Refusal,” July 2011
“Does Patient Responsibility Still Exist?” March 2011
“Everything They Should Have Taught You in Medical School About the Law,” March 2010
“Physician Communication,” June 2008
“Deposition Preparation,” November 2006
“Informed Consent Update,” February 2004
“New Supreme Court of N.J. Decisions Regarding Informed Consent,” August, 1999
“New Developments Regarding Informed Consent,” 1999
“New Supreme Court of N.J. Decisions Regarding Informed Consent,” August 1999
“Managing Physicians’ Risk,” 1997
“MSOs and Group Practices Without Walls,” 1996
“General Rules for Depositions,” 1996
“Sale of a Physicians’ Practice to a Hospital,” 1996
“Proposed HMO Regulations Offer Providers Some Protection,” 1995
“Tort Reform Act Update for Physicians,” 1995
“Physicians’ Liability for Decisions of Managed Care Organizations,” 1995
“Physicians’ Managed Care Options: Some Pros and Cons,” 1994
“Financial Ties Between Physicians and the Products or Services They Prescribe,” 1993
“Physicians’ Contracts with Managed Care Organizations,” 1992
“Physician Practice Update: N.J. Board of Medical Examiner Regulations,” 1992
“The PRO-A Lawyer’s Perspective,” 1990
“Right to Die Cases-The Physician’s Role,” 1987
“The Impact of Stempler v. Speidell on Interviews of Treating Physicians,” 1985
“Physician’s Role as Expert Witness,” 1982
Contributor of periodic risk management articles appearing in Medical Economics and Medical society journals.

Peer Recognition:
AV Rated, Super Lawyers
Top 1% of Malpractice Attorneys, N.J.