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“I Already Consented For You” – The Privacy Implications Of Consenting To Genetic Family Tree Sites Like Ancestry And 23andme, Kayla A. Estes 2020 University of Maine School of Law

“I Already Consented For You” – The Privacy Implications Of Consenting To Genetic Family Tree Sites Like Ancestry And 23andme, Kayla A. Estes

Privacy Certificate Student Publications

With the rapid evolution of technology and science comes a risk – a privacy risk. As fortunate as we are to be alive at a time where we can connect with others around the world who share our DNA, we must also ask, “At what cost?” Consumer DNA database companies such as Ancestry and 23andMe provide a wealth of knowledge to consumers seeking to learn more about their genetic makeup. The first step in using these sites is to consent to a privacy policy. However, the privacy policy only addresses the person submitting the sample even though the DNA being submitted ...


The Baker Act: Time For Florida To Get Its Act Together, Alexander Lemieux 2020 Barry University School of Law

The Baker Act: Time For Florida To Get Its Act Together, Alexander Lemieux

Child and Family Law Journal

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Fertility Fraud And Proposal For Florida Legislation, Cheyenne Dunn 2020 Barry University School of Law

Fertility Fraud And Proposal For Florida Legislation, Cheyenne Dunn

Child and Family Law Journal

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Responding To Covid‐19: How To Navigate A Public Health Emergency Legally And Ethically, Lawrence O. Gostin, Eric A. Friedman, Sarah A. Wetter 2020 Georgetown University - Law Center - O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law

Responding To Covid‐19: How To Navigate A Public Health Emergency Legally And Ethically, Lawrence O. Gostin, Eric A. Friedman, Sarah A. Wetter

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

Widespread social separation is rapidly becoming the norm, including closure of schools and universities, tele-commuting to work, bans on large gatherings, and millions of people isolated in their homes or make-shift facilities. Bans on international travel are already pervasive. Domestic travel restrictions are exceedingly rare, but now within the realm of possibility. Officials are even discussing cordon sanitaires (guarded areas where people may not enter or leave), popularly described as “lockdowns” or mass quarantines.

When the health system becomes stretched beyond capacity, how can we ethically allocate scarce health goods and services? How can we ensure that marginalized populations can ...


The Deficiencies Of The European Union's Regulatory System Governing The Classification Of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals, Elissa Sanford 2020 William & Mary Law School

The Deficiencies Of The European Union's Regulatory System Governing The Classification Of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals, Elissa Sanford

William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review

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(Almost) No Bad Drugs: Near-Total Products Liability Immunity For Pharmaceuticals Explained, Anita Bernstein 2020 Brooklyn Law School

(Almost) No Bad Drugs: Near-Total Products Liability Immunity For Pharmaceuticals Explained, Anita Bernstein

Washington and Lee Law Review

This Article explores four beliefs about supposed pharma-benevolence that appear to be shared by more than the industry, reaching the level almost of conventional wisdom. These figurative pillars help support one-sided results in court. However, each of the pillars on examination turns out at least a bit shaky. This Article puts them forward for review to start a necessary discussion.

The locus of this Article is products liability, where a court concludes that a manufactured object is defective or could be called defective by a factfinder following a trial. Drug manufacturers enjoy near-immunity from this consequence. Modern products liability identifies ...


Regulating In Pandemic: Evaluating Economic And Financial Policy Responses To The Coronavirus Crisis, Hiba Hafiz, Shu-Yi Oei, Diane M. Ring, Natalya Shnitser 2020 Boston College Law School

Regulating In Pandemic: Evaluating Economic And Financial Policy Responses To The Coronavirus Crisis, Hiba Hafiz, Shu-Yi Oei, Diane M. Ring, Natalya Shnitser

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

The United States is currently trying to manage a fast-moving public health crisis due to the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19). The economic and financial ramifications of the outbreak are serious. This Working Paper discusses these ramifications and identifies three interrelated but potentially conflicting policy priorities at stake in managing the economic and financial fallout of the COVID-19 crisis: (1) providing social insurance to individuals and families in need; (2) managing systemic economic and financial risk; and (3) encouraging critical spatial behaviors to help contain COVID-19 transmission. The confluence of these three policy considerations and the potential conflicts among them make the ...


Buprenorphine: Medication-Assisted Treatment: The Role Of Informed Consent, John Tyler Stocking 2020 University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law

Buprenorphine: Medication-Assisted Treatment: The Role Of Informed Consent, John Tyler Stocking

Health Law and Policy Brief

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Telemedicine: Benefits, Challenges, And Its Great Potential, Samantha J. Achenbach 2020 O'Brien & Ryan, LLP

Telemedicine: Benefits, Challenges, And Its Great Potential, Samantha J. Achenbach

Health Law and Policy Brief

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Letter From The Editors, Mika Sharpe, Erin Donnelly 2020 American University Washington College of Law

Letter From The Editors, Mika Sharpe, Erin Donnelly

Health Law and Policy Brief

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Telemedicine And Legal Disruption, Mark Andriola 2020 Yale Law School

Telemedicine And Legal Disruption, Mark Andriola

Health Law and Policy Brief

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Letter From The Editors, Samantha Schram, Carolyn Larcom 2020 American University Washington College of Law

Letter From The Editors, Samantha Schram, Carolyn Larcom

Health Law and Policy Brief

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Qualified: Medicaid Provider Agreements, Waivers, And The Politics Of Planned Parenthood, Morgan Handley 2020 George Washington University

Qualified: Medicaid Provider Agreements, Waivers, And The Politics Of Planned Parenthood, Morgan Handley

Health Law and Policy Brief

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Reassessing The Physician-Hospital Relationship, Victoria Hamscho 2020 NYU School of Law

Reassessing The Physician-Hospital Relationship, Victoria Hamscho

Health Law and Policy Brief

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Letter From The Editors, Samantha Schram, Carolyn Larcom 2020 American University Washington College of Law

Letter From The Editors, Samantha Schram, Carolyn Larcom

Health Law and Policy Brief

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Taking A Chance On Patient Life: Suicidal Patients, Involuntary Admissions, And Physician Immunity In Maryland, Lauren Miller 2020 University of Maryland

Taking A Chance On Patient Life: Suicidal Patients, Involuntary Admissions, And Physician Immunity In Maryland, Lauren Miller

Health Law and Policy Brief

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Macra: Emerging From The Thicket, David M. Heller 2020 Greenway Health

Macra: Emerging From The Thicket, David M. Heller

Health Law and Policy Brief

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Telemedicine: The Solution To The Opioid Crisis?, Margaret Reiney 2020 University of Alabama School of Law

Telemedicine: The Solution To The Opioid Crisis?, Margaret Reiney

Health Law and Policy Brief

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Reducing The Prevalence Of Childhood Obesity In Households Receiving Supplement Nutrition Assistance Program Benefits In Baltimore City, Maryland Through Interactive Nutrition Education, Raenetta L. Ellison 2020 Social Security Administration

Reducing The Prevalence Of Childhood Obesity In Households Receiving Supplement Nutrition Assistance Program Benefits In Baltimore City, Maryland Through Interactive Nutrition Education, Raenetta L. Ellison

Health Law and Policy Brief

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Letter From The Editors, Justine Deitz, Sandep Purewal 2020 American University Washington College of Law

Letter From The Editors, Justine Deitz, Sandep Purewal

Health Law and Policy Brief

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