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Professor Witmer-Rich Participates as Guest in The Sound of Ideas Radio Show on 90.3/WCPN

Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich was a guest on WCPN’s The Sound of Ideas, discussing the 50th anniversary of Terry v. Ohio and its impact on policing throughout the country. He also discussed the recent controversial practice by the Trump administration of … Continue reading

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FDA’s Quality Metrics Program: The Sound of SIlence

By Mark I. Schwartz — Back in 2015, FDA stated its intention of initiating a voluntary quality metrics reporting program (a cornerstone of FDA’s framework for building quality into drug products) and, in July of that year, announced the publication … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Assets Through Sound Estate Planning

The start of a new year is an appropriate time to devote focus to ensuring that your finances are in order for both the short and long term. This due diligence requires that you give adequate consideration to every resource … Continue reading

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The Immigration Story Behind The Sound of Music

The hills are alive, with the sound of music. At least they were last night when ABC aired the Rogers and Hammerstein classic, The Sound of Music. Did you know that the movie is fictionalized version of the memoir penned… … Continue reading

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If You Blow A Whistle And No One Hears It, Has It Made a Sound?

In a story that appears to have been noticed only by a few conservative press and opinion sites, a former CFPB examiner and current "whistleblower," Cassandra Jackson, alleges that when she was an examiner for the CFPB, "her superiors at … Continue reading

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