Tip of the Iceberg II

11 NYU Journal of Law & Liberty 770, January 12, 2018
by Christopher T. Robertson (Academic Fellow Alumnus) and Victor Laurien

Abstract In recent years, the Food and Drug Administration’s pre-market approval process has come under increasing scrutiny as an infringement on liberty and a regulation of speech. In the first… Read More

Conflicts in Conscience in Health Care: An Institutional Compromise

MIT Press
by Holly Fernandez Lynch

This book analyzes the issues surrounding conscience clauses in the health care setting and proposes a solution that calls on the medical profession as a whole to ensure patient access, in order to avoid… Read More

When Truth Cannot Be Presumed

Boston University Law Review, 2014
by Christopher T. Robertson

Abstract:       The Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (“FDCA”) requires that, prior to marketing a drug, the manufacturer must prove that it is safe and effective for… Read More