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Seton Hall Law Places First at UM Carey Law’s Health Law Regulatory and Compliance Competition

Filed in Compliance, Health Law, Seton Hall Law by on February 28, 2014 0 Comments
Seton Hall Law Places First at UM Carey Law’s Health Law Regulatory and Compliance Competition

At Seton Hall Law’s website, Victoria Dorum reports that Seton Hall Law students Lindsey Borgeson, Joyce Crawford, and Phillip DeFedele (pictured above, from left), along with alternate Cynthia Frumanek, recently came in first at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law’s Health Law Regulatory and Compliance Competition. Dorum writes: Not only did the team members distinguish […]

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Announcement: Student Scholarships to Attend Seton Hall Law’s Healthcare Compliance Program

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Announcement: Student Scholarships to Attend Seton Hall Law’s Healthcare Compliance Program

  HEALTH LAW STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS PURPOSE This award recognizes promising health law students with an aptitude for and commitment to a career in health law with a focus on the legal and compliance issues facing bio/pharmaceutical and/or medical technology industries. ELIGIBILITY Each nominee must qualify under the following criteria: The nominee shall be a second or […]

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We’re Back!

We’re Back!

Here at Seton Hall Law, the halls are filled with the sounds of students again, which means our summer-long blog hiatus has come to an end.  We’re excited to get back to blogging at Health Reform Watch! As always, the blog will feature analysis and commentary from Seton Hall’s health law faculty and Recommended Reading […]

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Managing Whistleblower Risk and Liability

Filed in Health Law by on May 28, 2013 0 Comments
Managing Whistleblower Risk and Liability

Last week, the Jersey Journal reported that a jury recently awarded a former employee of Bayonne Medical Center over $2.1 million in his whistleblower suit against the hospital.  The employee, Ceferino Doculan, alleged that the hospital violated New Jersey’s whistleblower statute, the Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA), by terminating his employment as a technician in […]

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Seton Hall Law & NYLPI Release Report Documenting Hundreds of Cases of Coerced Medical Repatriation by U.S. Hospitals

Filed in Health Law, Hospitals by on December 17, 2012 0 Comments

Medical repatriations of undocumented immigrants likely to rise as result of federal funding reductions to safety net hospitals under Affordable Care Act New York, NY, and Newark, New Jersey, December 17, 2012 –Today, the Center for Social Justice (CSJ) at Seton Hall University School of Law and New York Lawyers for the Public Interest (NYLPI) […]

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