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Should Rivers Have Rights? A Growing Movement Says It’s About Time

Yale Environment 360: “…In Chile, as in other places, we have come to this point because the traditional Western view of rivers — and of nature generally — has failed us. Western legal systems and governments traditionally viewed water and … Continue reading

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How Soon Should You See a Doctor After a Car Accident?

More times than not, people involved in auto accidents do not always seek medical attention right away. Because the pain is not immediately felt, or because they hope the pain will subside, a lot of people do not see a need … Continue reading

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Why Lawyers, Law Professors, and Judges Should Care About Blockchain

We’re a month away from our second annual Business Law Professor Blog CLE, hosted at the University of Tennessee on Friday, September 14, 2018. We’ll discuss our latest research and receive comments from UT faculty and students. I’ve entitled my… … Continue reading

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Why Oncologists Should Decline to Participate in the Right to Try Act

I just published my 8th Law and Ethics in Oncology column in the ASCO Post: "Why Oncologists Should Decline to Participate in the Right to Try Act."  On May 30, 2018, President Donald J. Trump signed into law the Trickett Wendler, … Continue reading

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Should Older Individuals Be Entitled to a “Second Childhood”?

As more individuals survive for longer periods of time, these individuals have increasingly become the victims of various scams. Should they have a defense of “old age” just like a young individual has the defense of “minority.” This is one… … Continue reading

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