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Ill. Judge Allows State to Break Contracts With Catholic Charities
Christian PostOctober 1, 2011

The state contracts, collectively worth $30 million, make up 80 percent of its foster care budget. However, the state of Illinois has chosen, since the June 1 enactment of the Religious Freedom Protection and Civil Unions Act, to direct the money and ...more »

Health Department Says Cause of Elyria Players' Illness 'Unknown'
Cleveland News - Fox 8October 1, 2011

The food borne illness that sickened dozens of players on the Elyria High School football team earlier this month remains a mystery. The Elyria City Health District and the Ohio Department of Health announced ...more »

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OVERNIGHT HEALTH: Abortion reclaims center stage
The Hill (blog)October 12, 2011

Messing with Texas: The advocacy group Public Citizen charged Wednesday that limits on medical malpractice suits have made the healthcare system worse in Texas. The state's alleged success with tort reform is the major component of Gov. ...more »

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Clinical Analytics Gets Up Close And Personal
InformationWeekOctober 10, 2011

In fact, countless medical malpractice suits have been filed against clinicians who for one reason or another deviate from that standard. The expression itself implies that a one-size-fits-all approach is the best way to manage patient ailments. ...more »

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Legal malpractice: Claims of lawyers' mistakes grow costlier
Missouri Lawyers Media (subscription) (blog)October 10, 2011

I'm not a subscriber, to which product should I subscribe to read this story? Use the breadcrumbs at the top of this page to find out in which paper the story appeared. (In the example below, the story appeared in the Kansas City Daily ...more »

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Mullin as lawyer targeted in suits
The Detroit NewsOctober 10, 2011

Lawyers avoid so-called conflicts of interest to ensure clients have their "undivided loyalty," said Larry Dubin, a University of Detroit Mercy law professor. "It's so that clients get adequate loyalty that is not compromised by a lawyer's obligations ...more »


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