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Too Important to be Protected?

Filed in Employment Law, Physicians, Uncategorized by on December 3, 2014 0 Comments
Too Important to be Protected?
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By Charles A. Sullivan A recent case from the Seventh Circuit provides interesting insights both into the limits on the reach of the antidiscrimination laws and the structuring of modern physician practices that are not hospital-owned. Bluestein v. Central Wisconsin Anesthesiology, S.C. not only rejected the plaintiff physician’s claims of disability and sex discrimination but […]

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John Jacobi in NJ Spotlight on New Jersey’s Response to King v. Burwell

Filed in Uncategorized by on December 2, 2014 0 Comments
John Jacobi in NJ Spotlight on New Jersey’s Response to King v. Burwell
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Seton Hall Law Professor John Jacobi is quoted in an article by Andew Kitchenman published today in NJ Spotlight on the future of the federal insurance marketplace in light of the King v. Burwell case currently pending before the Supreme Court. Professor Jacobi has previously recommended that New Jersey create its own insurance marketplace to […]

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Seton Hall Law’s Sentinel Project in the News

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Seton Hall Law’s Sentinel Project in the News
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Journalist Beth Fitzgerald wrote an article about Seton Hall Law’s Sentinel Project that ran in yesterday’s NJ Biz. Fitzgerald writes: Seton Hall Law School professor John Jacobi said the project is looking at ‘the extent to which people who get health insurance are actually successful in getting the care they need.’ He noted that ‘Health […]

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Monday Morning Recap: The Week (3.31.14-4.6.14) in Drug & Device Law & Policy

Filed in Monday Morning Recap, Uncategorized by on April 7, 2014 0 Comments
Monday Morning Recap: The Week (3.31.14-4.6.14) in Drug & Device Law & Policy
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What follows is a weekly feature here at Health Reform Watch.  Each Monday, we provide a recap of the drug and device law and policy developments over the previous week that caught our eye and made us think.  Credit for the format goes to Seton Hall Law alum Jordan T. Cohen, who used it to […]

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John Denver v. Cynicism

Filed in Uncategorized by on February 18, 2013 1 Comment
John Denver v. Cynicism
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We live longer now but I don’t know that we live demonstrably better. Perhaps as a testament to my devotion, I bought tickets and brought my girlfriend to see John Denver w/band at the Best Buy theater in Manhattan. She’s a fan; I could not be described as such. The band was live, John Denver […]

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