Volume II : 2006 : Number 2
Unprepared: Why Health Law Fails to Prepare Us for a Pandemic
2 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 157 (2006)
Wendy E. Parmet, J.D., George and Kathleen Waters Matthews University Distinguished Professor of Law, Northeastern University Law School.
Natural Disaster: Unnatural Deaths: the Killings on the Life Care Floors at Tenet’s Memorial Medical Center after Hurricane Katrina
2 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 195 (2006)
Dr. Charles I. Lugosi, L.L.B., L.LM., M.B.E., S.J.D., Visiting Professor of Law, Michigan State University College of Law.
Disastrous Disasters: Restoring Civil Rights Protection for Victims of the State in Natural Disasters
2 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 213 (2006)
Dayna Bowen Matthew, J.D., Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, University of Colorado School of Law.
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Half of the Family Tree: A Call for Access to a Full Genetic History for Children Born by Artifical Insemination
2 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 249 (2006)
Pino D’Orazio, Suffolk University Law School
Counterfeit-Resistant Technology: An Essential Investment to Protect Consumers and to Avoid Liability
2 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 277 (2006)
Nicholas D. Cappiello, J.D., Suffolk University Law School
Shopping for Better Health Care at Big Employers – Retail Industry Leaders Ass’n v. Fielder, 435 F. Supp. 2d 481 (D. Md. 2006)
2 J. HEALTH & BIOMED. L. 303 (2006)
Michael F. Power, Suffolk University Law School
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