By: Joseph C. O’Keefe, Daniel L. Saperstein, and Harry N. Hudesman Editor’s Note: You can read Part One of this post here. Precautionary Alternatives to Influenza Vaccination Employers that are not under a legal obligation to impose influenza vaccine mandates and otherwise choose not to impose them, can implement other lawful precautionary measures to protect […]
By: Joseph C. O’Keefe, Daniel L. Saperstein, and Harry N. Hudesman Editor’s Note: Health Reform Watch is very pleased to welcome Joseph C. O’Keefe, Daniel L. Saperstein, and Harry N. Hudesman, attorneys at Proskauer Rose in Newark, New Jersey, to the blog today. This is Part One of their two-part post; we will feature Part […]
Another Monday, another Monday Morning Recap, the post where we call out recent drug and device law and policy developments that caught our eye and made us think. We hope you find it helpful (and that you’ll feel free to reach out–firstname.lastname@example.org–if there are ways we could improve it). The forecast calls for a blizzard […]
By Kate Greenwood Cross-Posted at Bill of Health Late last year, the Columbia Law Review published David Freeman Engstrom’s Private Enforcement’s Pathways: Lessons from Qui Tam Litigation, the fourth in a series of articles Professor Engstrom has written on the growth and evolution of qui tam litigation. (My colleague Associate Dean Kathleen Boozang wrote about […]
Here’s the flyer for another great, free conference here at Seton Hall Law. This one will be held February 6th and will focus on insurance coverage of mental health and substance abuse treatment.