...or water pills; angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors (ACEIs) and angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs) used to treat high blood pressure; and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs...
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In his Employment Issues column, Littler Mendelson partner Philip M. Berkowitz writes: Sarbanes Oxley's creation of a new category of federal whistleblowers is now more than 10 years old, and Dodd-Fr
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In their International Litigation column, Lawrence W. Newman and David Zaslowsky of Baker & McKenzie write: If an arbitration award is annulled in the courts of the country where the arbitration took
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The Delaware Court of Chancery on Thursday let pass a deadline to seek en banc reconsideration of a federal appeals court's decision to invalidate a confidential arbitration program
...petitioner and BPMC, respondent Administrative Review Board for Professional Medical Conduct (hereinafter ARB) confirmed the Hearing Committee's findings and determination to revoke petitioner...
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