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Jackson Lewis White Paper Addresses Legal Risks Stemming From Occupational Health Nurses and On-site Health Clinics
Employers increasingly have health professionals on-site providing medical services to employees. Whether it is a single nurse at a facility providing basic first aid and assisting in fitness-for-duty exams, or a full-scale health clinic staffed with physicians, nurses and others, there are a range...
On Wednesday, March 28, the Supreme Court holds its third day of hearings on constitutional issues surrounding the new federal health care law. This is the third of four articles that will appear on the blog this week, previewing the issues that the Court has agreed to review. These articles...
Though most of the attention to yesterday’s decision in Mayo Collaborative Services v. Prometheus Laboratories Inc. has focused on its immediate implications for medical providers[link to LD’s entry, etc.], the broader effect of the case probably will be on the software industry. Less than two...
With almost all of the Supreme Court Justices fretting openly about not fettering the Secret Service as it protects the President and Vice President, the government’s key protective agency appeared Wednesday on its way toward a new shield against being sued when it arrests someone it deems to...
Making clear that the courts remain open for citizens who believe they are being “strong-armed” by the government, the Supreme Court on Wednesday gave property owners a right to sue the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to make an immediate challenge to an EPA order to stop a...