Entries from HEALTH LAW SECTION BLOG tagged with 'Supreme Court'

Public health and IP policy: Amicus briefs in the Bilski case

Questions presented in the recently argued Supreme Court case, Bilski v. Kappos (1), inspired the filing of a large number of Amicus Briefs and in many of them, strong concerns were expressed as to the kinds of potential impacts this...

Conference: Rethinking the Law Governing the Structure and Operation of the Supreme Court.

From the SCOTUSBLOG, a post by Erin Miller on 11/12/09 (1) notes an upcoming conference event on Nov. 20, on Rethinking the Law Governing the Structure and Operation of the Supreme Court. Based on the contents of the conference website...

Preemption of state liability laws-several current perspectives

The U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Oversight and Government Reform held a hearing titled, “Should FDA Drug and Medical Device Regulation Bar State Liability Claims?” on Wednesday, May 14, 2008.(1)Chairman Waxman's Opening Statement states in part: FDA approval of...

New York media and a Supreme Court decision

Looking for one thing on the Internet, sometimes an interesting surprise is unearthed. Here is one thought in reflecting on one I had today. For the Supra biotech section generally, I focus on various laws in the making through policy...

SCT decides 8-1: FDA regulated medical devices products; FDA's new Risk Communication Advisory Committee

Following up on Supra Paul's post about the spring medical device conference, the news reported today on the 8-1 S Ct decision in Riegal v Medtronic 06-179 (Feb 20, 2008). See the opinion linked below via the SCOTUS blog for...

Improper use of guns: a major public health problem and the DC /Heller SCT case

Jumping one step ahead today of the next biotech post on Supra, the amicus brief for American Public Health Association et al (1) in support of Petitioners in the DC/Heller Supreme Court 2nd Amendment case (2) advocates that public health...

Two U.S. Supreme Court Cases of Interest

To find the official reporting on US Supreme court cases , please use the official website of the Supreme Court. (1) For something different, there is also the SCOTUSblog.com website. Lyle Denniston, shown as a regular Reporter on the SCOTUS...

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