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Are Only Two Types of Tests in Clinical Studies – Legally Marketed or Investigational? Maybe, according to FDA’s Draft Guidance for Investigational IVDs

By Allyson B. Mullen & Jeffrey N. Gibbs — On December 18, FDA released its draft guidance, “Investigational IVDs Used in Clinical Investigations of Therapeutic Products.” This is the latest guidance from the Agency on the relationship between in vitro diagnostic … Continue reading

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Does a deed reservation for "minerals" include Marcellus Shale gas? Maybe; Maybe not.

Pennsylvania has long followed a presumption, known as the Dunham Rule, that when a reservation or exception for "minerals" in a deed does not mention natural gas or oil, there is a rebuttable presumption that the word "minerals" does not … Continue reading

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Coming to a Bulletin Board Near You on November 4th, Or Maybe Not …

On planning committees for seminars, one topic that inevitably gets discussed is that we need to cover some traditional labor law. Almost inevitably someone will point out that in Texas, very few employers have unions and so any discussion of … Continue reading

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Upper crust – the POCKET SANDWICHES (and maybe croissants) saga (Part 2 of 2)

I owe this essay to everyone who believed in creating a dream, and helped build his or her own company into the company we almost were. The following is truthful and factual, which makes it hard to dispute unless, alas, … Continue reading

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Will "Use-it-or-lose-it" Go Away? Maybe.

I start this entry by saying "THIS IS NOT LAW SO NOTHING HAS CHANGED." Consider this a news item only. But it should be of interest to anyone with a flexible spending account and should be placed on your radar … Continue reading

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