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13 Jan 2012, 7:21 am by The Book Review Editor
Enter to this question of origins of the human rights movement historian Samuel Moyn, who offers a history of the 20th century human rights movement, or at least the idea of human rights and its international political impact up through the early 1980s. [read post]
24 Dec 2011, 9:25 am
State of Punjab (1980) 2 SCC 565 had an occasion to comprehensively deal with the scope and ambit of the concept of anticipatory bail. [read post]
16 Dec 2011, 1:54 am by davidmginsberg
  As much as the West has been taught to think of Communist governments as a form of dictatorship which does not represent the people of the country and whose governance of the people is not pursuant to the will of the people, this is not true as a rule and is not true in China today or when after the Communists defeated the Nationalists (just as Fidel Castro came to power with the will of the people). [read post]
31 Oct 2011, 3:15 am by Steve Lombardi
Jones, 298 N.W.2d 296, 298 (Iowa 1980). [read post]
31 Aug 2011, 9:13 am by Aoife O'Donoghue
Eilionóir Flynn’s Book From Rhetoric to Action (0)July 12, 2011 -- H v. [read post]
20 Apr 2011, 10:16 am by clayton
COMPLAINT received and sworn to in the West Roxbury Division of the Boston Municipal Court Department on June 25, 2009. [read post]
15 Apr 2011, 6:02 am by Bexis
Aren’t there a bunch of plaintiffs out there suing Eli Lilly because its anti-schizophrenia drug, Zyprexa supposedly causes diabetes – at least in obese people who would probably contract the disease anyway? [read post]
1 Apr 2011, 5:13 am by INFORRM
The court distinguished Kearns on the basis that the defendant in that case, the Bar Council, was not a “public authority”; but it showed a clear preference for the (conflicting) approach in Wood v Chief Constable of the West Midlands Police [2005] EMLR 20. [read post]
24 Feb 2011, 1:49 pm by Bexis
  Briefly, courts have adopted the learned intermediary rule because:Warnings go to physicians because they are the only people who know both a particular patient’s medical history as well as the risk/benefit profile of the drug/device being prescribed.Limiting warning duties to physicians makes the common law consistent with warning duties imposed by the FDA.Routing prescription drug/device information through the doctor preserves the physician/patient relationship from outside… [read post]