- *professional person. See also *negligence.
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malpractice — mal·prac·tice /ˌmal prak təs/ n: negligence, misconduct, lack of ordinary skill, or a breach of duty in the performance of a professional service (as in medicine) resulting in injury or loss Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster.… … Law dictionary
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malpractice — mal‧prac‧tice [ˌmælˈprækts] noun [countable, uncountable] LAW when someone breaks the rules of their profession or breaks the law in order to gain some advantage for themselves: • He accused the attorneys of legal malpractice. • Insider trading… … Financial and business terms
Malpractice — Mal*prac tice, n. [Mal + practice.] Evil practice; illegal or immoral conduct; practice contrary to established rules; specifically, the treatment of a case by a surgeon or physician in a manner which is contrary to accepted rules and productive… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
malpractice — (n.) 1670s, hybrid coined from MAL (Cf. mal ) + PRACTICE (Cf. practice) (n.). Also used in law for illegal action by which a person seeks a benefit for himself while in a position of trust (1758) … Etymology dictionary
malpractice — [n] abuse, misconduct carelessness, dereliction, malefaction, misbehavior, misdeed, mismanagement, negligence, offense, transgression, violation; concepts 101,156,310,324 … New thesaurus
malpractice — ► NOUN ▪ improper, illegal, or negligent professional activity or treatment … English terms dictionary
malpractice — [mal prak′tis] n. 1. injurious or unprofessional treatment or culpable neglect of a patient by a physician or surgeon 2. misconduct or improper practice in any professional or official position malpractitioner [mal΄praktish′ən ər] n … English World dictionary
malpractice — Professional misconduct or unreasonable lack of skill. This term is usually applied to such conduct by doctors, lawyers, and accountants. Failure of one rendering professional services to exercise that degree of skill and learning commonly… … Black's law dictionary
Malpractice — For other uses, see Malpractice (disambiguation). Tort law … Wikipedia
malpractice — UK [mælˈpræktɪs] / US noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms malpractice : singular malpractice plural malpractices careless or criminal behaviour by someone with a professional or official job medical malpractice Steve is suing his lawyer for… … English dictionary