Tag Archives: Setting

California Setting Stage for Crackdown on Dubious Stem Cell Clinics

The California stem cell agency, state regulators and lawmakers are taking aim at the hundreds of dubious, unregulated "stem cell" clinics now operating in the Golden State.The goal is to regulate clinics that are using what they describe as stem … Continue reading

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Un-Belize-Able! FTC Setting New Standards in Sanctuary Belize

On November 8, 2018, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) held a press conference to announce a lawsuit against what it claims is the largest real estate scam the FTC has ever encountered. According to the FTC Complaint, through false claims … Continue reading

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Draft Political Declaration setting out the framework for the future relationship between the EU and the UK

On 22 November 2018, there was published the draft Political Declaration setting out the framework for the future relationship between the EU and the UK. Amongst other things, the Political Declaration considers the future of cooperation in the financial services … Continue reading

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Northwestern Releases Technology Standards and Standard Setting Organizations Databases and Congratulations to Dr. Roya Ghafele!

Northwestern University, Pritzker Law School, has released three databases on technology standards and standard setting organizations.  The announcement states: The Searle Center on Law, Regulation, and Economic Growth is pleased to announce the release of three important databases on Technology … Continue reading

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State Supreme Court Rules That Neurosurgeon’s Deposition Testimony About Hypothetical Setting Was Reversible Error

The Florida Supreme Court has held that the trial court committed reversible error by allowing testimony by deposition of a patient’s treating neurosurgeon. The doctor testified at trial about what he would have done had the patient arrived at the … Continue reading

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