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Physicians who Surrender a Medical License in One State Often Practice in Another

When you seek medical attention, the last thing you want to worry about is the possibility of your doctor making a mistake that could make your health worse. If you or a loved one has been hurt because of a … Continue reading

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How Often Does the Supreme Court Actually Apply Chevron?

Ten years ago, William Eskridge and Lauren Baer revolutionized the legal discourse surrounding the U.S. Supreme Court’s application of Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council. According to Eskridge and Baer’s empirical study, Chevron’s famous two-step framework—with its reigning status as … Continue reading

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Georgia Commission Contracts Often Not Honored

A commission is an amount of money that is paid to an employee upon completion of a task, usually the task of selling a certain amount of goods or services. It can be paid as a percentage of the sale,  … Continue reading

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For Doctors Who Want To Provide Abortions, Employment Contracts Often Tie Their Hands

NPR (Nov. 26, 2018): For Doctors Who Want To Provide Abortions, Employment Contracts Often Tie Their Hands, by Mara Gordon: As the federal government has recently worked to beef up protections for doctors who choose not to provide abortions because… … Continue reading

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There’s A Problem With DNA Testing At Crime Labs – They Often Get It Wrong.

Boise State University Professor Dr. Greg Hampikian is a  Biologist whose work has identified persons wrongly accused and convicted of crimes. He is regarded as one of the foremost forensic DNA experts in the United States and beyond. He is … Continue reading

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