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The Rumor on Adopting Children for Their Organs: A Compelling Reason to Address a Thriving Organ Black Market and the Prevalence of Children Being Trafficked into Adoption

Dorothy Franks, a 3L student at Suffolk Law, has a provocatively titled article in the latest issue of the Journal of Health & Biomedical Law (14:169): "The Rumor on Adopting Children for Their Organs: A Compelling Reason to Address a Thriving … Continue reading

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The Rule of Reason in the Post-Actavis World

Michael A. Carrier, Rutgers Law School describes The Rule of Reason in the Post-Actavis World. ABSTRACT: Though known more as U.S. President and Supreme Court Chief Justice, William Howard Taft played an important role in the development of antitrust law…. … Continue reading

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Is Over-Regulation Really the Reason There are Fewer IPOs?

One of the recurring themes of financial commentators has been the decline in the number of IPOs compared to prior years. Articles about the dearth of IPOs are something of a staple in the financial press. The decline in the … Continue reading

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“Near Cause” – Reason for Reducing Notice?

  Most know the difference between “just cause” and “without cause”, and their implications for notice and severance. If an employer has just cause to terminate an employee, that employee is entitled to pay up to the date of termination, … Continue reading

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