Rutala and Levine Present Litigation Update at Long Term Care Infection Prevention Course

Donna Renfrow Rutala and Brittany D. Levine recently presented to an audience of long term care professionals on Legal Aspects of Infection Prevention in Long Term Care Settings. The presentation was part of a three-day program held every spring and fall by the Statewide Program for Infection Control and Epidemiology (SPICE).

Donna and Brittany are both attorneys at Young Moore. Donna focuses her practice on medical malpractice defense litigation and health law. Brittany focuses her practice on complex civil litigation and long term care defense.


The Statewide Program for Infection Control and Epidemiology promotes prevention and control of health care associated infections in North Carolina and beyond by providing evidence-based education and consultation across the healthcare spectrum.

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