Tag Archives: Remains

Election Security Remains Just as Vulnerable as in 2016

The ability to vote for local, state, and federal representatives is the cornerstone of democracy in America. With mid-term congressional elections looming in early November, many voices have raised concerns that the voting infrastructure used by states across the Union … Continue reading

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U.N. Moves Forward on Global Migration Pact, U.S. Remains Absent

On Friday, July 13, the United Nations took steps towards completing an agreement focused on improving human rights for global migrants. The agreement, known as the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, was first adopted as an initiative … Continue reading

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Court Allows Archbishop Sheen's Remains To Be Moved To Illinois

A New York trial court yesterday ruled in a rather bitter dispute that the remains of the late Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen should be moved from a crypt in  New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral to a Cathedral in Peoria, Illinois, … Continue reading

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Burden of “Right to Try” Implementation on Sponsors (for Now); Risk of Unexpected SAEs Negatively Impacting Development and Approval Still Remains

By James E. Valentine & David B. Clissold — On May 30, 2018, the federal “Right to Try” law was enacted, creating a new legal framework for access to investigational drugs in limited situations outside of a clinical trial. See … Continue reading

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WELL, GOOD: POTUS delivers Naval Academy inspiring speech, remains in the hot sun to shake all 1,04…

WELL, GOOD: POTUS delivers Naval Academy inspiring speech, remains in the hot sun to shake all 1,042 hands. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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