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“Right to Try” Marks New Era in the Treatment of Terminally Ill Patients

The recently enacted Right to Try law marks a new day for the process of approving medicines that sick and dying Americans desperately need. The law—which came about through a bipartisan grassroots effort across the United States—provides that patients have … Continue reading

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NYT: ‘Firefox Is Back. It’s Time to Give It a Try.’

As a decade long user of Firefox I am not sure why users have been so averse to dropping Chrome – perhaps this New York Times review will help you make the switch now: “Tech Review: After testing Firefox for … 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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When “try out” time needs to be paid under California law

When hiring an employee, employers need to be mindful that any tests of the employee’s skills during the hiring process does not cross the line to become actual work that the applicant must be paid for.  Employers sometimes will ask … Continue reading

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