Hundreds of Judges Currently Preside in New York Without Law Degrees
A review of the work of the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct chronicles the costs of a tradition resistant to change.
Is the Medical Device Used in Your Last Surgery FDA Approved?
A firm sold 18,000 knee-replacement tools before the government called a halt. The OtisKnee case shows just how easily trust can be violated in the rapidly evolving world of medical devices, a thriving $110 billion-a-year industry.
Malpractice Aftermath Urged to Move from Deny to Disclose
As medical malpractice sticks in the craw of the American health reform debate, draining some of the denial out of the process picks up steam.