* States win big victory blocking Trump’s birth control rules from taking effect. Now I guess he’ll have to build a wall around vaginas too. [Law360] * Former Sullivan & Cromwell chief John Merow and his wife were killed in an apartment fire on Saturday. [New York Law Journal] * Quinn Emanuel adds Sandra Moser …
Why are lawyers held to an unreasonable standard?
While a patent holder can charge whatever the market will bear, what happens in a public health emergency? Enter TRIPS flexibilities.
He allegedly had an inappropriate sexual relationship with a subordinate and engaged with the employee in insider trading.
This could potentially leave lower-income, older, and sicker patients with less comprehensive coverage options.
Hold on, Justice Ginsburg. America needs you!
In a phone interview, Matt Fisher, a partner with Mirick O’Connell, said CMS’s latest actions regarding virtual care are beneficial but noted doctors shouldn’t forget about the privacy and security side of the coin.
The Psychopharmacologic Drugs Advisory Committee will meet on Thursday to vote on whether to recommend the FDA approve the drug, ALKS 5461, an opioid for major depressive disorder.
Accusations of ‘freeloading’ seen as misleading, and the proposed changes — which would start in 2020 — wouldn’t help patients covered under Part D or commercial plans.
Barth had been with the organization for around two decades, according to his LinkedIn.