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Solomon 2020

On Sunday, May 17, 2020, Solomon Center faculty, staff, and affiliated scholars joined graduating students to extend their graduation wishes over Zoom.

Podcast Episodes

Regulate Now or Regulate Later?

A second special episode of the podcast This Week in Health Law with Nathan Cortez, Abbe Gluck '00, Sharona Hoffman, and host Nic Terry, that recaps additional themes explored at the November 2, 2018 roundtable "The Law and Policy of AI, Robotics, and Telemedicine in Health Care"

 

Automating Drudgery

A special episode of the podcast This Week in Health Law with Michael Froomkin, Abbe Gluck '00, Nicholson Price, and host Nic Terry, that recaps some themes explored at the November 2, 2018 roundtable "The Law and Policy of AI, Robotics, and Telemedicine in Health Care"

 

Addressing the Opioid Crisis

With David Fiellin, Kate Stith, Abbe Gluck ’00, and Katie Kraschel

 

Projects & Publications

(August 2020 | Journal Article)
Joseph J. Fins, Megan S. Wright, Samuel R. Bagenstos
(July 26, 2020 | Op-Ed)
Joseph J. Fins, Samuel Bagenstos

In the Media

GOP's Coronavirus Biz Liability Shield Plan Raises Eyebrows

Distinguished Scholar in Elder Law Nina Kohn is quoted in Law360 about the implications of the new Safe to Work Act for patients and long-term care residents.

 

The abortion pill will be available via mail — for now. Here’s what you should know.

Executive Director Katie Kraschel is quoted in a piece in The Lily about a U.S. District Court ruling that during the pandemic, women are not required to obtain an abortion pill in person.

 

Supreme Court unlikely to hear GOP case to kill ACA before 2020 election

Faculty Director Prof. Abbe Gluck ’00 is quoted in a Healthcare Dive report that notes the Supreme Court will not hear oral arguments in the case seeking to dismantle the Affordable Care Act until after the 2020 presidential election.

 

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Aug 4

Distinguished Scholar @NinaKohn is quoted at length about a Senate proposal that would grant nursing homes sweeping immunity: COVID-19 is tearing through nursing homes. Republicans want to give their owners legal immunity. https://t.co/TjE2KXWwWX via @MotherJones

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Aug 3

Distinguished Scholar in Elder Law @NinaKohn is quoted in @Law360 about the implications of the new Safe to Work Act for patients and long-term care residents! https://t.co/3YHwJQoiVl