The story on the case of Louisiana v. American Rivers in the Environmental Law Institute is here: Justice Thomas and Shadow Docket Abuse By nonetheless granting relief, the Court goes astray. It provides a stay pending appeal, and thus signals its view of the merits, even though the applicants have failed to make the irreparable […]
And the local vet and I were limited to x-rays and bloodwork which only ruled out the basics. The medicines we chose in the absence of other evidence left the dog lame and unable to get up and about. Specialty services were not available for weeks and required a three-hour drive (each way). We got […]
Communication breakdown / Its always the same As the federal fraud trial against Theranos’ Elizabeth Holmes winds down, her lawyer argued a “fundamental disconnect” in the evidence. The charges revolve around Theranos’ blood testing devices. Holmes is charged with deliberately misleading investors from whom Theranos put together $700 Million in capital regarding the technology’s capability. […]
CMS Changes Coverage Rules On Breakthrough Devices
When the COVID pandemic hit, I was taking a time out. Timing being everything and all that. I’d spent a few years investing in and launching what was supposed to be a “virtual law office” (VLO). I have always been fascinated by the old AND the new. The project took a ton of time and […]
Let’s Not Discount Science. An Ancient Greek Philosopher Was Exiled for Claiming the Moon Was a Rock, Not a God.
Lancet: Study – Stroke and Anticoagulants
If you could prevent 94 million deaths, would you?
Neuro News: Predicting Seizures.
I’ve noticed stress in the news a lot lately: here’s a simple uv test for stress levels.