Richard C. Tynan: Lawyer with Halloran & Sage LLP

Richard C. Tynan

Partner
Hartford,  CT  U.S.A.
Phone860-297-4677

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Practice Areas

  • Litigation & Dispute Resolution
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Professional Licensure Defense
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Trucking & Transportation
  • Personal Injury
 
University Niagara University, B.A., magna cum laude, 1969
 
Law SchoolCornell University Law School, J.D., 1972
 
Admitted1972, Connecticut; 1973, District of Connecticut
 
Memberships 

Associations

American College of Trial Lawyers
American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA)
Federation of Defense and Corporate
Counsel
Defense Research Institute
Connecticut Bar Association (Civil
Justice Committee)
Hartford County Bar Association

 
BornWaterbury, Connecticut, August 22, 1947
 
Biography

Over the course of his career, Richard Tynan has focused on courtroom advocacy and the preparation necessary for success in trying jury cases. Presently, Richard concentrates his practice in three areas: catastrophic injury cases, the defense of healthcare professionals and alternative dispute resolution. Representative clients include professionals of all types, trucking companies, product manufacturers and manufacturers of toxic substances.

Because of his extensive courtroom experience, Richard is frequently asked to serve as an arbitrator or neutral mediator helping others to resolve their disputes. His informed perspective often helps litigants explore and achieve unique approaches to resolving their disputes.

Richard has achieved the distinction of being named a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers; an honor reserved for less than one percent of the nation's trial attorneys. He is a charter member of the Connecticut chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates and a member of the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel.

Publication

Client Alert: Medical Professionals Reminded to Comply with CT Health Department CME Requirements
By Richard Tynan, 11/25/2012

Connecticut State Health Department Enforcement Of CME Requirements For Healthcare Providers


It is a rare Connecticut healthcare professional who does not, in the course of his or her career, encounter a letter from the Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) asking for a response to a patient complaint. As a matter of course, however, in recent years, whenever the DPH requires a response from a healthcare practitioner related to a particular patient complaint or incident, they also ask for evidence of malpractice insurance, and documentation of compliance with Connecticut's continuing medical education (CME) requirements for healthcare practitioners. That requirement is set forth in 20-10b of the Connecticut General Statutes (Continuing Medical Education. Definitions. Required Number of Contact Hours. Qualifying Obligation. Exceptions. Waivers. Requirements for License Reinstatement).

Recent contacts with the DPH suggest that the Department is paying particular attention to this statutory requirement, and it has been suggested that while a patient complaint might be concluded successfully, from the standpoint of a practitioner, non-compliance with the CME requirement set forth in the statute may result in a separate statement of charges against the practitioner.

A quick review of the statute reveals the following: 50 contact hours* of continuing medical education needs to be completed in the 24-month period prior to any license renewal. Such education shall be in the area of the physician's practice and reflect the professional needs of the licensee, but it most also include at least one contact hour of training or education in the following five areas:

1. Infectious diseases, including but not limited to HIV;

2. Risk management;

3. Sexual assault;

4. Domestic violence; and,

5. Cultural competency.

The above CME requirements apply to all persons engaged in an active professional practice including those physicians functioning as medical directors of a managed care organization or other organizations. At license renewal time each practitioner is asked to sign a statement attesting to the fact that he or she has satisfied this CME requirement.

Given the Department's apparent decision to focus on CME compliance, it behooves all healthcare practitioners to be aware of and in compliance with 20-10b of the Connecticut General Statutes so as to avoid the possibility of facing professional discipline at the hands of the State of Connecticut.

* A contact hour is defined as a minimum of 50 minutes of educational activity.

News & Events

Richard Tynan to Present Loss Prevention Workshop

Halloran & Sage attorney Richard Tynan will be presenting at the CMIC Loss Prevention Workshop, Anticoagulation Case Review & Legal Implications. This seminar will take place on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. at the Trumbull Marriott Merritt Parkway. Dr. Jaime Gerber, M.D., FACC, an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine and a Clinician at the Yale University School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Medical Center will be co-presenting.

This presentation concentrates on providing valuable material to doctors in identifying liability exposure. Subjects covered will focus on strategies to improve patient care, optimize patient outcomes and minimize exposure to litigation. Attendees will also understand malpractice risks that may arise from inconsistent or incomplete medical record documentation. Two case studies will be reviewed at the presentation.

CMIC is a leading provider of professional liability and business office insurance products and services to healthcare professionals and facilities. It is accredited by the Connecticut State Medical Society to make available continuing medical education for physicians. To gain additional information on this seminar please visit the event brochure.Thomas Boyce, Jr. and Richard Tynan Selected as a 2014 Top Rated Lawyer in Medical Malpractice Law

Halloran & Sage is pleased to announce that Thomas Boyce, Jr.and Richard Tynan have been selected by American Lawyer Media and Martindale-Hubbell as a 2014 Top Rated Lawyer in the area of Medical Malpractice law. Thomas and Richard have qualified for this recognition by achieving the AV Preeminent Rating with Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating by their peers in legal ability and ethical standards.Firm Attorneys Included in Super Lawyers and Rising Stars 2012 List

Halloran & Sage is proud to announce that twenty-two of the Firm's attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2012 Super Lawyers or Rising Stars lists. The attorneys that have been selected are:

Super Lawyers

Henry Beck, Jr. - Business/Corporate (Hartford)

Thomas Boyce, Jr. - Personal Injury Defense: Medical Malpractice (New London)

John Farley - Appellate (Hartford)

Stephen Fogerty - Business Litigation (Westport)

Jeffrey Gostyla: Insurance Coverage (Hartford)

Leslie Grodd: Tax (Westport)

Daniel Krisch: Appellate (Hartford)

Dan LaBelle: Civil Litigation Defense (Westport)

William McGrath, Jr.: General Litigation (Hartford)

Allen Gary Palmer: Family Law (Westport)

George Royster: Business Litigation (Hartford)

Daniel Scapellati: Insurance Coverage (Hartford)

Andrew Schaffer: Family Law (New Haven)

Kenneth Slater, Jr.: Land Use/Zoning (Hartford)

James Szerejko: Civil Litigation Defense (Hartford)

Richard Tynan: Personal Injury Defense: Medical Malpractice (Hartford)

Rising Stars

Joseph Arcata, III: Insurance Coverage (Hartford)

Joshua Auxier: Professional Liability: Defense (Westport)

Melanie Dykas: Government Relations (Hartford)

Timothy Grady: Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury Defense (Hartford)

Brian Rich: Business Litigation (Hartford)

Michael Wrona: Bankruptcy &Creditor/Debtor (Hartford)

The Super Lawyers designation is based on regional balloting by attorneys, research conducted by Law & Politics magazine, and a peer review process that encompasses sixty different practice areas.

An explanation of Super Lawyers and Rising Stars methodology can be found here.Super Lawyers, Business Edition Recognizes Firm Attorneys

Halloran & Sage is proud to announce that 11 of the firm's attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the Super Lawyers, Business Edition 2012 publication:

Henry Beck, Jr.: Business/Corporate (Hartford)
Thomas Boyce Jr.: Personal Injury Defense: Medical Malpractice (New London)
John Farley: Appellate (Hartford)
Stephen Fogerty: Business Litigation (Westport)
Jeffrey Gostyla: Insurance Coverage (Hartford)
Daniel Krisch: Appellate (Hartford)
George Royster: Business Litigation (Hartford)
Daniel Scapellati: Insurance Coverage (Hartford)
Kenneth Slater Jr.: Land Use/Zoning (Hartford)
James Szerejko: Civil Litigation Defense (Hartford)
Richard Tynan: Personal Injury Defense: Medical Malpractice (Hartford)

TheSuper Lawyers designation is based on regional balloting by attorneys, research conducted by Law & Politics magazine, and a peer review process that encompasses 60 different practice areas. 2011 'Super Lawyers' Recognizes 20 H & S Attorneys

Halloran & Sage is pleased to announce that 13 attorneys, based out of three different Connecticut offices, were recently announced as Connecticut Super Lawyers. In addition, 7 attorneys at the firm were recognized as Rising Stars.

The Super Lawyers designation is based on regional balloting by attorneys, research conducted by Law & Politics magazine, and a peer review process that encompasses 60 different practice areas.

Super Lawyers

Henry Beck, Jr. - Business/Corporate

Thomas Boyce, Jr. - Personal Injury Defense

John Farley - Appellate

Stephen Fogerty - Business Litigation

Jeffrey Gostyla - Insurance Coverage

Leslie Grodd - Tax

Daniel Krisch - Appellate, Civil Litigation Defense, Criminal Defense

William McGrath, Jr. - General Litigation

George Royster - Business Litigation

Daniel Scapellati - Insurance Coverage

Kenneth Slater, Jr. - Land Use/Zoning

James Szerejko - Civil Litigation Defense

Richard Tynan - Personal Injury Defense

Rising Stars

Joseph Arcata, III - Insurance Coverage

Timothy Grady - Personal Injury Defense, Medical Malpractice

Brian Rich - Business Litigation

Michael Wrona - Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor RightsRichard Tynan Participates in Orientation Program for the Visiting Korean Judiciary Delegation

Halloran & Sage Attorney Richard Tynan recently participated in a program sponsored by The National Center for State Courts' International Visitors Education Program (IVEP) which oriented a visiting Korean Judiciary Delegation to U.S. State Courts.

The Korean delegation had several goals:

To observe jury trials;

To engage in discussions regarding job responsibilities/division of labor in state courts;

To engage in discussions regarding the use of oral arguments and proceedings, how judges preside over jury trials, and details regarding trial procedures;

To participate in a tour of U.S. courts and observe their workings.

The Supreme Court of the Republic of Korea has recently been conducting judicial reforms to promote greater use of oral argument and proceedings during trials. It is the Court's opinion that oral arguments will provide a more accurate version of the truth, with lively discussions more apt to protect the parties' rights and liberties.

In addition, Korea has recently adopted a jury system. Members of the Korean judiciary must therefore become accustomed to oral arguments and proceedings. Until now, trial procedures relied heavily on written affidavits. As the United States has been a model for trial procedures and jurisprudence, the Korean judges and officials gained invaluable experience and knowledge.

Richard's experiences offered an interesting perspective to the Korean Delegation as he has tried in excess of one hundred cases through to a jury's verdict and has litigated countless others.Legal Implications of Patient Safety Seminar Series to be Presented by Atty. Tynan

Halloran & Sage Partner Richard Tynan will present a Patient Safety Seminar Series on the Legal Implications related to minimizing liability exposure to anesthesiology on Tuesday, June 2, 2009 at the Hartford Marriott Downtown beginning at 6:30 p.m. The seminar is developed for doctors to gain knowledge of valuable strategies to improve patient care, optimize patient outcomes and minimize exposure to litigation.

The seminar is presented by CMIC, a mutual member owned company created by doctors to provide professional liability insurance and services to healthcare professionals in Connecticut and Massachusetts.Benchmark Litigation Recognizes H & S

Halloran & Sage was recently distinguished as a Recommended Firm in the second annual edition of BENCHMARK Litigation, a guide to leading business litigation firms and attorneys in the U.S. The publication also named Partner Richard Tynan as a Local Litigation Star and Business Litigation Co-Chair John Farley's 2008 practice was highlighted.

Further information regarding BENCHMARK Litigation including methodology is available at http://www.benchmarklitigation.com.Richard Tynan Panelist at Managed Care Seminar

Halloran & Sage Attorney Richard Tynan will be a featured panelist at a seminar entitled Managed Care or Managed Crisis? presented by The Hartford County Bar Association's Legal Medical Committee and the Hartford County Medical Association.

The seminar is scheduled for Thursday, October 16th at the Hartford Club at 6:45 PM. The seminar will address ERISA problems, regulation of procedure rates, the med mal climate nationwide and in Connecticut, and the end of utilization review. The seminar will also feature Connecticut Insurance Commissioner Thomas Sullivan.Richard Tynan Presents Podiatry Risk Management Seminar

Halloran & Sage Attorney Richard Tynan recently facilitated a Podiatry Risk Management seminar in collaboration with the Connecticut Medical Insurance Company.

The objectives of the seminar included:

Recognizing the factors that influence the current malpractice environment and identifying loss prevention techniques that reduce risk factors.

Identify the most prevalent causes of medical malpractice for podiatrists.

Discussing and identifying system improvements that help prevent incidents from occurring.

Updating the legal requirements of the informed consent form.

Developing an awareness of the Connecticut Medical Insurance Company resources available to insured podiatrists.Richard Tynan Panelist at Evidence Seminar

Halloran & Sage Attorney Richard Tynan was recently a featured panelist at Your Evidence Toolbox, a seminar presented by the Young Lawyer's Committee of the Hartford County Bar Association.

Richard provided observations on how recent cases interpreting the evidence code impact his daily practice. Topics also included relevant evidence, admissibility and expert testimony.Masters In Trial

Halloran & Sage Attorney Richard Tynan participated as counsel on the defense team in the trial demonstration for a truck/pedestrian collision case from opening statements to jury deliberations.

The mock trial demonstrations were presented before a presiding judge and a real jury, complete with witnesses, experts and courtroom visuals. The jury rendered a verdict in the case with jury deliberations videocast into the seminar room.

This was a one-day seminar sponsored by The Foundation of the American Board of Trial Advocates and presented by The Connecticut Chapter of The American Board of Trial Advocates.

 
Reported CasesRepresentative Matter: Defense Verdict Obtained in Psychiatric Malpractice Claim; Richard C. Tynan recently participated in the successful defense of a psychiatrist and his medical group. The case involved a patient who committed suicide by hanging while a resident of a drug treatment facility. Claims being advanced included failure to appreciate and properly assess suicidal thoughts, improper prescription and monitoring of benzodiazepines and patient abandonment. The trial consumed an entire month and numerous experts were presented to the jury including an oncologist, a toxicologist, a psychiatrist and an economist.Tynan and Grady Successfully Defend Surgeon in a Medical Malpractice Case; Richard Tynan and Timothy Grady obtained a defendant's verdict on behalf of a local general surgeon who was sued in connection with a common bile duct injury that occurred during a laparoscopic cholecystectomy. When her injury was diagnosed, the 46 year old female plaintiff was transferred to a tertiary care facility to undergo a Roux-en-Y repair procedure. The plaintiff's lawyer asked the jury to return a $916,000 verdict on behalf of the plaintiff. The jury deliberated over 5 hours before returning a defense verdict. Richard Tynan and Timothy Grady recently obtained a defense verdict in a podiatric malpractice claim. A 51 year old female plaintiff alleged that her podiatrist failed to diagnose Raynaud's phenomenon before performing a bunionectomy and administering a local anesthetic containing epinephrine. It was alleged that a proper history as well as a thorough vascular exam would have revealed circulatory compromise making the patient prone to vasospasm. Following bunionectomy surgery, the patient developed a gangrenous second toe, which eventually had to be partially amputated. The case was tried at the Hartford Superior Court over parts of two weeks in November 2009, and the jury returned a defense verdict in favor of the podiatrist after approximately three hours of deliberations.Defense Award Obtained in a Nursing Home Malpractice Case; Richard Tynan recently obtained a defense arbitration award in a nursing home malpractice case. The 77-year-old male plaintiff alleged that the nursing home staff did not provide adequate fall prevention measures and that the staff failed to insure that the bed alarm was properly functioning. In addition, the plaintiff claimed that the staff did not assist him to the bathroom in a timely fashion. The claimant sustained a fractured hip as a result of a fall, and he underwent hip repair surgery and rehabilitation. The case went to binding arbitration with a single arbitrator. The arbitrator found that the defendant's actions and/or inactions did not cause the plaintiff's fall. The arbitrator returned his award in September 2008.Defense Verdict Obtained in Psychiatric Malpractice Case; Richard Tynan recently obtained a defense verdict in a psychiatric malpractice case. In the case the plaintiff alleged that his psychiatrist failed to properly assess him for suicidality at a point in time when his anti-depressant medication was being switched. In addition, he alleged that the psychiatrist was unavailable to him by reason of her vacation at the critical juncture. Plaintiff attempted suicide by overdose. The case was tried in Bridgeport Superior Court. The verdict was awarded in June 2007.Defense Verdict in Malpractice Claim; Richard Tynan recently obtained a defense verdict in a primary care physician death claim case. In the case the plaintiff alleged that his primary care physician breached the standard of care by prescribing Naprosyn while the plaintiff's decedent was also taking Coumadin. The defendant contended the standard of care did not require the plaintiff to check his INR prior to starting him on a short course of Naprosyn. The plaintiff descendant's INR had been stable for an extensive period of time and was therapeutic one week prior to death. The case was tried in Hartford Superior Court. The verdict was awarded in November 2006.Directed Verdict for Defense Obtained in Pediatrician Malpractice Case; Attorney Richard Tynan recently obtained a directed verdict for a defendant in a claim involving the death of a two-month old prematurely born infant. The plaintiff alleged that the pediatrician failed to perform an adequate assessment of the infant's pulmonary status after the infant's arrival in Connecticut. (The infant was born in Georgia.) The case was tried in the Hartford Superior Court. The verdict was awarded in August 2006.Defense Verdict Obtained in Allegation of Breach of Standard of Care; Richard Tynan obtained a defense verdict in a case in which the plaintiff alleged a breach of standard of care and unlawful imprisonment. The plaintiff alleged that a psychiatrist improperly filled out a physician's emergency certificate, which resulted in the plaintiff's involuntary hospitalization. The case was tried in Middlesex Superior Court. The verdict was awarded in April 2002.Judgment in Favor of Ophthalmologist in Laser Surgery Case; After several days of evidence and after hearing from various expert witnesses, the judge ruled in favor of the ophthalmologist in a laser surgery case. Allegations involved failure to obtain informed consent to proceed with laser surgery for treatment of diabetic retinopathy. This case was tried in the New Britain Superior Court. The verdict was awarded in December 2001.Defense Verdict Obtained in Plaintiff's Allegation of Improper Chiropractor Care; Richard Tynan obtained a defense verdict in a case in which the plaintiff alleged a covering chiropractor improperly treated her lower back, and injured it, when the patient had consented to therapy. The therapy had already been begun by another chiropractor and centered around the cervical spine and TMJ. This case was tried in Middlesex Superior Court. The verdict was awarded in October 2001.Defense Verdict Obtained in Plaintiff's Allegation of Primary Care Physician's Improper Diagnosis; Richard Tynan obtained a defense verdict in a case in which the plaintiff alleged that a covering primary care physician failed to properly diagnose a myocardial infarction which was subsequently diagnosed by the plaintiff's primary care physician several days later. This case was tried in New Britain Superior Court. The verdict was awarded in February 2000.Defense Verdict Obtained in Emergency Tracheotomy Case; Richard Tynan obtained a defense verdict in a case in which the plaintiff alleged that an ENT failed to properly secure an appliance inserted during an emergency tracheotomy, thus causing the decedent to die. The case was tried in Middlesex Superior Court. The verdict was awarded in December 2004.Defense Verdict Obtained in Allegation of a Damaged Nerve; Richard Tynan obtained a defense verdict in a matter in which the plaintiff alleged that her surgeon damaged her phrenic nerve in the process of performing a thoracotomy to explore for the presence of a cancerous mass. The case was tried in Hartford Superior Court. The verdict was awarded in May 2004.Defense Verdict Obtained in Erb's Palsy Matter; Richard Tynan obtained a defense verdict in a matter in which the plaintiff claimed an injury to the brachial plexus (Erb's Palsy) allegedly caused by the Ob-Gyn's failure to manage a shoulder dystocia delivery. The case was tried in New Britain Superior Court. The verdict was awarded in May 2004.Defense Verdict Obtained in Plantiff's Allegation of Improper Diagnosis; Richard Tynan obtained a defense verdict in a matter in which the plaintiff alleged failure of his ENT to properly diagnose a cancerous lesion in the oral cavity. Plaintiff subsequently was diagnosed with a squamous cell cancer and thereafter followed up with radiation therapy only, resulting in a condition of permanent dry mouth. The case was tried in Middlesex Superior Court. The verdict was awarded in August 2003.Defense Verdict Obtained in Endochrinologist Matter; Richard Tynan obtained a defense verdict in a case in which the plaintiff alleged that his endochrinologist failed to properly manage his diabetes, failed to appreciate signs and symptoms of early cardiac disease and failed to counsel him on his cardiac risk. The plaintiff had a massive heart attack that resulted in total disability. The case was tried in Middlesex Superior Court. The verdict was awarded in May 2004.Defense Verdict Obtained in Radiologist Standard of Care Case; Attorney Richard Tynan recently obtained a defense verdict in a Hartford Superior Court case. The plaintiff had a screen mammography whereupon her radiologist recommended further studying. That further study was carried out with additional views, with the advice to the plaintiff that she return for follow-up in four months. Plaintiff did not return for follow-up. She was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer ten months later and alleged a deviation from the standard of care and failure to properly interpret the mammogram, failure to evaluate with ultrasound, and failure to clearly advise the plaintiff of her need for follow-up. The verdict was awarded in July 2006.Defense Verdict Obtained in Ob-Gyn Allegation of Excessive Traction; Richard Tynan obtained a defense verdict in a case in which the plaintiff alleged injury to the femoral nerve as a result of excessive traction during an emergency hysterectomy. She claimed total paralysis and disability. The case was tried in New Britain Superior Court. The verdict was awarded in 2005.Defense Verdict Obtained in Radiologist Standard of Care Case; Attorney Richard Tynan recently obtained a defense verdict when a plaintiff's conservator claimed that the defendant radiologist deviated from the standard of care in interpreting a CT scan which, she alleged, demonstrated signs of stroke. She further alleged that had the CT scan been properly interpreted, the ward would have been admitted to the hospital and started on Heparin or another anti-coagulant, thus preventing the massive injury which followed. At the time of trial, plaintiff was totally bed-ridden and dependent on nursing home staff for all activities of daily living and assistance with all bodily functions. The case was tried in the Hartford Superior Court.Latex Foam Intern. Holdings, Inc. v. Richard N. Goldman & Co., 2007 WL 447916 (Conn. Super. Ct. January 26, 2007)(Langenbach, J.); The Superior Court, Complex Litigation Docket, granted summary judgment on all claims against the defendant, an insurance brokerage company which had provided a limited inspection service for the purpose of determining whether the insured, a large latex foam mattress manufacturer, could lower its property insurance premiums by upgrading the building's existing sprinkler system. After the factory suffered a $38 million fire loss, the property insurance carriers who paid the loss brought subrogation claims against the brokerage company and inspector, alleging that they failed to instruct the insured to install fire sprinklers internally in the mattress dryer. The Court held that the broker had no legal duty to make such recommendations, and dismissed all claims, including negligence and contract claims.Camelot Modular Homes v. Freska, et al. 2008 Conn. Super. LEXIS 1935Bloom v. Gershon, 271 Conn. 96, 856 A.2d 335 (2004); This case involved a procedural question - The Connecticut Supreme Court determined that the claims commissioner does not have jurisdiction to waive the State's sovereign immunity and grant a claimant permission to file apportionment complaint.Lostritto v. Community Action Agency of New Haven, Inc., 269 Conn. 10, 848 A.2d 418 (2004); This case resolved a longstanding procedural question regarding apportionment complaints. Although we lost, it is still significant. Supreme Court decided the 120 day provision for filing apportionment complaints is mandatory, not directory.Weigold v. Patel, 81 Conn. App. 347, 840 A.2d 19, cert. denied 268 Conn. 918, 847 A.2d 314 (2004); The plaintiff's decedent was killed in an automobile accident caused by a psychiatric patient who fell asleep at the wheel. The plaintiff alleged that the medication prescribed to the patient caused her to fall asleep. The Connecticut Appellate Court held that a psychiatrist owes no duty of care to the public to warn a patient of the danger of operating a motor vehicle while taking medication.
 
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