Tag Archives: Decision

Telling Your Children About A Divorce Decision

Children naturally want their parents to remain married forever. This desire typically stems more from the child’s fear of the unknown than from any other source. When parents decide to divorce, this may not even be a surprise to children, … Continue reading

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THE DECISION TO INVESTIGATE MERGERS IN THE UK’S VOLUNTARY REGIME

Simon Chisholm and Tom Heideman study THE DECISION TO INVESTIGATE MERGERS IN THE UK’S VOLUNTARY REGIME. ABSTRACT: As merging parties can choose whether to notify their transaction in the United Kingdom, the competition authority has a well-developed procedure for capturing… … Continue reading

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Should there be (and will there be) an appeal of federal judge's imposition of "shorter sentence because … of [defendant's] decision to be sterilized"?

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CMS Cancels Another Pending CMS Innovation Project: the Direct Decision Support (DDS) Model

CMS will not proceed with its planned Direct Decision Support (DDS) innovation model “due to operational and technical issues with the proposed Model design.” When this model was announced in December 2016, it was expected to test a shared decision-making approach … Continue reading

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Better Medical Decision Making for Incapacitated Patients

The UCLA Health Ethics Center has posted a video of my recent presentation, "Better Medical Decision Making for Incapacitated Patients." Read more detail on Recent Health Care Law posts –

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