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CDER Exclusivity Board: Barium is Not an NCE Eligible for 5-Year Exclusivity

By Kurt R. Karst — We recently came into possession of a small stack of Letter Decisions issued by the Exclusivity Board in the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research – the “CDER Exclusivity Board” – and decided that a … Continue reading

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California legislature passes bill to require state to proactively identify marijuana cases eligible for relief under Prop 64

Regular readers know that I regularly spotlight my recent article, "Leveraging Marijuana Reform to Enhance Expungement Practices," because I am so very eager to encourage states to couple marijuana reform with sustained efforts to minimize and ameliorate undue collateral consequences … Continue reading

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Determining if an employee is eligible for accidental disability retirement benefits

Determining if an employee is eligible for accidental disability retirement benefitsDaquino v DiNapoli, 2018 NY Slip Op 03201, Appellate Division, Third DepartmentAn employee [Petitioner] appealed the Hearing Officer denial of the Petitioner's application on the ground that the incident did … Continue reading

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SEC Expands on “Smaller Reporting Companies” Eligible for Scaled Disclosure

The SEC announced that it has voted to amend the definition of “smaller reporting company,” or “SRC,” expanding the population of companies that qualify for a range of scaled (reduced) disclosure requirements. The rules will become effective 60 days after … Continue reading

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If You Have Student Loans, You Could be Eligible for Income-Based Repayment Options

Americans owe more than $1.4 trillion in student loans. Federal loans account for a majority of the student loan debt in the US. However, there are multiple types of federal student loans that are or were available to borrowers. Many … Continue reading

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