By Rebecca Critser
This article focuses on one of the Glucksberg state interests, the unqualified interest in preserving human life. Specifically, this article argues that the unqualified interest in the preservation of human life is not a legitimate state interest.
By Professor Mary Helen McNeal
This article evaluates opportunities for enhancing hearing health and for making hearing assistance more accessible and affordable for a growing population of seniors. It recommends options for improved access to over-the-counter (OTC) devices, incre
By Genesis Matute Smith
This article argues that the Florida statutes governing golf cars and LSV's are inadequate to protect public safety and must be revised to address the growing problem of their unsafe operation on public roadways.
By Dustan Lorimer
In Hughes v. McCarthy, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, Eastern Division, held, “[T]he $435 hourly rate of compensation requested by Plaintiffs for Attorneys Browning and Meyer is not within the reasonable hourly rate of com
By Darin J. Dooley, Attorney at Law
On December 15, 2016, the Oregon Supreme Court affirmed the Oregon Court of Appeals decision in Nay v. Department of Human Services, upholding the invalidity of administrative rules Oregon adopted in 2008 to reach assets conveyed to a spouse or other
By Thomas E. Simmons
When the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 (DRA) went into effect in 2006, it imposed wide-ranging changes to Medicaid eligibility rules.
By Shelley D. Coelho, Esq.
The Good Doctor is a factually dense memoir written by Barron Lerner, MD, a physician, historian, and son of Philip Lerner, MD.
By Carol Cioe Klyman, Esq.
This collection of essays, some of which appeared in The New Yorker magazine, is a deeply personal book by a gifted and entertaining writer faced with a potentially monstrous old age.