1609 ABA Journal Health Law articles.
Social media offers cheap and targeted advertising that regulators don’t have the time or resources to fully monitor. Deceptive health claims that would land a company in court if made on television or radio are slipping by online.
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One of my best friends growing up in Western Oklahoma recently accomplished his first full year of sobriety. We had kept in sporadic contact over the last decade or two,…
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The U.S. Supreme Court has multiple high-profile cases on its docket this term, including cases to be argued in early 2020 on state aid to religion, abortion and President Donald Trump’s desire to shield his personal finances from government subpoenas.
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We’ve covered a wide array of diverse, in-depth and hard-hitting legal topics this past year at the ABA Journal.
Most recently, we ran a feature story about lawyers who…
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Judges aren’t doctors, so should they make decisions on whether medication-assisted treatment is appropriate for defendants addicted to opioids? Whether a defendant can be on probation or in drug court while receiving medication-assisted treatment can differ by judge, including those in the same jurisdiction.
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“I have struggled with how to make the tragedy of Matamoros come alive in a way that will do justice to the raw experience I witnessed. Of course, there is no justice in their raw experiences—that is the point,” writes Seattle lawyer Jill B. Scott.
Dec 12, 2019 6:30 AM CST
AG Barr reportedly disagrees with DOJ watchdog on justification for Russia probe
U.S. Attorney General William Barr reportedly disagrees with a key conclusion in an upcoming report by the Department…
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