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Exploring Whether Hobby Lobby Will Protect Christians and Satanists Alike

Whither Thou Goest, I Will Go:[1]

by Kimberly Waldin, Albany Government Law Review

I. Introduction

The Federal Health Resources and Services Administration through the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) requires that employers provide to their employees insurance coverage that includes “[a]ll Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved contraceptive methods sterilization procedures.” 3,910 more words

Health Law

Hospital Antitrust Skirmish Over Economist

Antitrust law is designed to help the Davids of the world maintain a level playing field with the Goliaths. That objective was realized when Boise, Idaho-based hospital operator St. 624 more words


Medical overreach: Are doctors forcing medical treatments against the will of patients?

Too often, we hear stories about medical neglect cases where patients do not receive enough care or there is an alleged failure of doctors and hospitals to meet their duty to treat patients to the best of their ability. 563 more words

Malpractice Lawsuits

JH [2014] WASAT 175

The State Administrative Tribunal of Western Australia (WASAT) was required to determine whether a 2011 administration order over JH’s compensation for personal injury damages of approximately $300,000 should be dispensed with. 157 more words

Case Law Update

HCCC v Manners [2014] NCWCATOD 156

The Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC) brought two complaints in the Civil and Administrative Tribunal of NSW (NCAT) against a former medical practitioner, Mr Manners. 354 more words

Case Law Update

'60 Minutes' Just Called Obamacare A Disaster. Here's What They Didn't Tell You.

Article By: Dan Diamond

60 Minutes on Sunday ran an eye-raising exposé of the health law’s many shortcomings — or as correspondent Lesley Stahl called the segment, “What Obamacare Doesn’t Do.” Unfortunately, when it came to telling a complete story about the Affordable Care Act, there was a lot that 60 Minutes itself didn’t do. 1,544 more words


Donnelly v Health Care Complaints Commission [2014] NSWCATOD 155

An application was made by Dr Donnelly to have his name reinstated to the register of psychologists. Dr Donnelly’s name had been cancelled on 2 February 2012 and an order was made that he could not apply for reinstatement of his registration for a period of at least 18 months. 282 more words

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