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Fracking, Toxics, and Disclosure
Information-based regulations, increasingly common in regulatory policy, attempt to take advantage of societal or managerial pressure as a means to promote desirable policy aims. However, the success of disclosure as a tool ...
A MAN WITH NO RELIGION
Wielding the Wand without Facing the Music: Allowing Utilization Review Physicians to Trump Doctors' Orders, but Protecting them from the Legal Risk Ordinarily Attached to the Medical Degree
This Note identifies a discrepancy in the law governing the decisionmaking that directs patient care. Seeking treatment that a third party will pay for, a patient needs not only a physician-prescribed course of treatment ...