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By Kate Greenwood
In Monday Morning Recap
Oct 13th, 2014
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It’s Monday morning, time for what Ed Silverman calls a  “ritual cup of stimulation,” and time for our 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… 1. At USA Today, Peter Eisler and Christopher Schnaars report that “[t]wo […]...
By Michael Ricciardelli
In Health Law
Mar 27th, 2013
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This program will examine the most current issues, enforcement trends, and regulations relevant to healthcare data privacy experts who counsel hospitals, providers, and other healthcare facilities. In collaboration with the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office; 6 NJ/NY CLE credits. Click here for more information or to register. Speakers Helen Oscislawski, Privacy R...
By Michael Ricciardelli
In Health Law
Mar 25th, 2013
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Seton Hall Professor and Health Care Regulation Expert Frank Pasquale to Present Draft White Paper Outlining Options and then Moderate a Discussion on its Pros and Cons with Fellow Academics Washington, D.C. – Seton Hall University School of Law hosted an academic roundtable discussion on how our current healthcare law will respond to the new […]...
By Felipe De Los Santos
In Health Law
Feb 21st, 2013
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As health providers and patients use more technology, new ways of addressing health care disparities are emerging. In 2009 Congress passed important federal legislation that addresses the digital infrastructure for medical care, the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH). Recently in 2010, Congress passed the Patient Protection and ...
By Frank Pasquale
In Uncategorized
Jun 7th, 2012
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I have hinted at problems with uniform trade secrecy laws in this volume and a law review article. I plan to continue that line of research in a co-authored work with Dave Levine, exploring the costs of trade secrecy in the finance, energy, and communications sectors. When it comes to “solutions,” I’m increasingly inclined to […]...