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Testing for Multisided Platform Effects in Antitrust Market Definition

Pat Ward, University of Chicago is Testing for Multisided Platform Effects in Antitrust Market Definition. ABSTRACT: Because market definition is frequently outcome determinative, it is both a central and contested part of antitrust litigation. Recognition of business methods known as… … Continue reading

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CMS Mulling Changes to CLIA Personnel, Proficiency Testing Referral Rules

CMS is requesting information from the public on potential changes to longstanding Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA) personnel, histocompatibility, and related policies, which have not been comprehensively updated since 1992. With regard to personnel requirements, CMS seeks information … Continue reading

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Privacy Commissioner of Canada on Genetic Testing

Molecular medicine and medical genetics are at the forefront of new and emerging health technologies. With these new techniques and discoveries come new challenges for the law, especially on the privacy front. Earlier this year, I referenced Bills S-201 and 127 … Continue reading

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Conference: Protection of the Environment in Armed Conflict: Testing the Adequacy of International Law

On November 7, 2011, T.M.C. Asser Instituut will host a conference on "Protection of the Environment in Armed Conflict: Testing the Adequacy of International Law." The preliminary program is here. Here's the idea: The protection of the environment during armed … Continue reading

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Dangerous Drugs – Why can't testing be done BEFORE profits?

Your blood needs to clot, but it is a delicate balance. Insufficient clotting leads to excessive bleeding and too much clotting leads to obstructed blood flow, pulmonary embolism and strokes. So, it is understandable that the Food & Drug Administration … Continue reading

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