Legislating in a legal system that appears to be characterized by a marked liquefaction of sources is not easy; legislating in the wake of the emergency, in a. context distorted by a crisis that dulls everything, is much more complex, because it exposes to the risk (of triggering enormous confusion and) of subverting the costs/benefits analysis of any initiative. The attempts to create a regulatory shield against liability as a consequence of Covid-19 emergency bear witness to this. Assuming that the problem is simply to protect health professionals against a treacherous wave of litigation, the debate has essentially unraveled along the axis represented by the question of whether that result postulates the intervention of the legislator or may be governed at a hermeneutic level, in the light of the regulations in force. If, however, one drops the torpor of a monotonic analysis and opts for a holistic view, the perspective changes radically; and the regulatory shield proposals turn out to make little sense.
|Titolo:||Frammenti di responsabilità sanitaria ai tempi del contagio|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2021|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.1 - Articolo su rivista (Article)|
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