Vol 12, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents

Articles

Exposing the Myth of Consent
Jennifer A. Drobac, Oliver R. Goodenough
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472-532
"And If Your Friends Jumped Off a Bridge, Would You Do It Too?": How Developmental Neuroscience can Inform Legal Regimes Governing Adolescents
Michael N. Tennison, Amanda C. Pustilnik
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533-590
Mental Disabilities and Duty in Negligence Law: Will Neuroscience Reform Tort Doctrine?
Jean Macchiaroli Eggen
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591-650
A Fate Worse Than Death?: How Biomarkers for Alzheimer's Disease Could Affect End-of-Life Choices
Rebecca Dresser
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651-670
Implications of Neuroscience Advances in Tort Law: A General Overview
Betsy J. Grey
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671-694
Will Neuroscience Redefine Mental Injury?: Disability Benefit Law, Mental Health Parity Law, and Disability Discrimination Law
Stacey A. Tovino
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695-728
Cosmetic Neurocognitive Enhancement and Healthcare Providers
Tracy D. Gunter
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729-768

Notes

The Supreme Court's Overreaching Preemption Interpretation and Its Consequences: Granting Generic Drug Manufacturers Legal Immunity Through "The Duty of Sameness" in Mutual Pharmaceutical Co. v. Bartlett and PLIVA v. Mensing
Tyler W. Olson
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769-810
Physician Owned Hospitals: Congress Should CHange the ACA's Course of Treatment
Melissa C. Schade van Westrum
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811-854
You Don't Have To Go Home, but You Can't Eat Here: How Restaurants Discriminate Against Individuals with Celiac Disease Under the Americansw with Disabilites Act and What Should Be Done
Michael J. Hooker
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855-893


ISSN: 2374-2593