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Discrimination, Parity, and Standards in Behavioral Health Coverage

Discrimination, Parity, and Standards in Behavioral Health Coverage

Editor’s Note: This post from Seton Hall Law Professor John Jacobi is the second in a series of four growing out of a conference on insurance coverage of mental health and substance use disorder treatment that the law school’s Sentinel Project hosted earlier this month. You can find Part One, here. By John V. Jacobi […]

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Monday Morning Recap: The Week (3.1.15-3.8.15) in Drug & Device Law & Policy

Filed in Monday Morning Recap by on March 9, 2015 0 Comments
Monday Morning Recap: The Week (3.1.15-3.8.15) in Drug & Device Law & Policy

We’re back from Spring Break with the Monday Morning Recap, the weekly post where we call out recent drug and device law and policy developments that caught our eye and made us think. As is often the case, this was a busy week with lots of new developments! 1. Last week brought news that “[t]he […]

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Behavioral Health: Can Coverage Assure Care?

Behavioral Health: Can Coverage Assure Care?

Editor’s Note: This post from Seton Hall Law Professor John Jacobi is the first in a series of four growing out of the conference on insurance coverage of mental health and substance use disorder treatment that the law school’s Sentinel Project hosted earlier this month. By John V. Jacobi Access to care has long been […]

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Monday Morning Recap: The Week (2.16.15-2.22.15) in Drug & Device Law & Policy

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Monday Morning Recap: The Week (2.16.15-2.22.15) in Drug & Device Law & Policy

Another Monday, another Monday Morning Recap, the weekly 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–kate.greenwood@shu.edu–if there are ways we could improve it). 1.This week at the New […]

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Suing Whistleblowers

Filed in Employment Law by on February 20, 2015 0 Comments
Suing Whistleblowers

By Charles A. Sullivan For every revolution, there is a counter-revolution, or at least an attempted one. And we’re beginning to see serious push-backs by employers who have been sued by whistleblowers. One of the more extreme examples is currently before the New Jersey Supreme Court, and involves a school district employee who took a […]

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