Vol 12, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

Articles

Why Physicians Are Fiduciaries For Their Patients
Maxwell J. Mehlman
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1-64
Peeking Behind the Robes: A Not-so-Flattering Look at Medicare's Administrative Law Judges
Michael Barry
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65-102
Healthcare Corporate Structure and the ACA: A Need For Mission Primacy Through a New Organizational Paradigm?
Terry L. Corbett
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103-182
Transformations in Health Law Practice: The Intersections of Changes in Health Care and Legal Workplaces
Louise G. Trubek, Barbara Zabawa, Paula Galowitz
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183-226
From SARS to Ebola: Legal and Ethical Considerations for Modern Quarantine
Mark A. Rothstein
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227-280
Are Bioequivalents Really Equal?: Generic Substitution in the Context of Mental Illness
Jaymes V. Fairfax-Columbo, David DeMatteo
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281-326
Rethinking the Tort Liability System and Patient Safety: From the Conventional Wisdom to Learning from Litigation
Chih-Ming Liang
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327-382

Notes

Combating Obesity One Step at a Time: Why Indiana Should Implement Statewide Complete Streets Legislation
Samantha R. Chapman
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385-422
Supporting the Rationale Behind the Hatch-Waxman Act and Patent Law: How Reverse Payment Settlements Under FTC v. Actavis, Inc. Can Be Procompetitive
Andrew E. Podgorny
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423-470