The DiPietro Law Firm is lead counsel against Columbia University and New York Presbyterian Hospital.
For the past 10 years our office has received tips from patients and whistleblowers that have helped expose Columbia University’s corruption and institutional coverup of OB/GYN Robert Hadden’s known sexual exploitation and abuse of thousands of patients.
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Robert Hadden Sexual Abuse Cases
Robert Hadden, a disgraced Obstetrician-Gynecologist (OB/GYN) who worked for Columbia University and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, was criminally convicted in 2016 of sexually exploiting and abusing patients under the guise of medical care.
Hadden used his position of authority and trust to sexually exploit women and girls for nearly 25 years as a Columbia University physician.
All the while, Columbia University and New York-Presbyterian Hospital administrators turned their backs and ignored reports of Hadden’s abuse, gaslighting patients and the public.
David H. Broadbent Sexual Abuse Lawsuit
David H. Broadbent is a former OB/GYN under criminal investigation and facing civil lawsuits for sexual abuse of patients.
Broadent worked at multiple medical facilities in the Provo, Orem and Salt Lake City, UT areas, including:
- Intermountain Healthcare’s Utah Valley Hospital;
- MountainStar Healthcare’s Timpanogos Hospital;
- Other Utah health care providers; and
- He also had adverse action taken against his medical license back in 1990.
Sexual Abuse, Assault & Exploitation Cases
The consequences of sexual assault and abuse can sometimes be seen right away.
But in many cases, the full extent of the harm may not become apparent until much later on.
Sometimes the injuries to a baby are obvious.
But often the full extent of damage doesn’t become clear until much later.
Our primary mission is to make the community safer by holding negligent hospitals and doctors accountable when they commit medical malpractice and injure patients.
A jury verdict is the community’s way of telling negligent hospitals that we want them to be safer.
In fact, I see the jury as the last safety-net that exists in our society.