By Kate Greenwood
In Ethics
Nov 13th, 2014
By Donna Hanrahan The recent Ebola outbreak has reignited a longstanding debate in medical ethics – in times of a pandemic, do healthcare workers have a duty to treat? The global community was confronted with similar issues during the outbreak of SARS in 2003, a time when 30% of cases were attributed to healthcare workers […]...
By Kathleen M. Boozang
In Compliance
Sep 17th, 2013
As trainers of compliance officers, Seton Hall Law faculty emphasize repeatedly the importance of not retaliating against whistleblowers, explaining the various legal risks attendant to punishing the employee who steps forward in good faith to address internal wrong-doing.  But rarely do we talk about who’s got the compliance officer’s back – specifically, whether the ...