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Preparing for a Post-Dobbs America: Racial Disparities in Maternal Outcomes

By Jessica Longoria – July 26, 2022 | A multidisciplinary approach that recognizes and corrects shortfalls in federal, state, and hospital policies is the best approach moving forward.

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Pill Mills: Administrative Law to the Rescue

By Karen McKenzie – July 6, 2020 | Administrative law is a particularly effective remedy for addressing the opioid crisis.

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Practice Points

Federal Judge Finds Attorney Conduct Not “Egregious” in Bayer Suit

By Eric W. Shannon – January 13, 2017 | The attorney had accused plaintiffs’ counsel of “attempting to malign” him and trying to unnecessarily burden the deponent with an additional deposition.

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House Passes 21st Century Cures Act

By J. Nicole Martin and Chris Raphaely – December 6, 2016 | Notably, the bill seeks to improve upon the federal regulatory structure regarding FDA approval and expediting the development of new drugs.

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GDPR Compliance for Healthcare and Life Sciences

This podcast introduces key concepts of the new general data protection regulation (GDPR), specific privacy principles affecting the healthcare and life-sciences industries, and suggestions on how organizations can take initial steps toward GDPR compliance efforts. (9:58 min.)

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State Farm v. US ex rel. Rigsby—The Future of the False Claims Act's Seal Requirement

Amy Bowen discusses a case summary including briefs and arguments to SCOTUS. (13:16 min.)

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