Volume 24, Issue 3 (1994) Symposium on the U.S. Pharmaceutical Industry in the 1900s: Facing Health Care Reform, Regulation, and Judicial Controls
Table of Contents
FDA Efforts to Control the Flow of Information at Pharmaceutical Industry-Sponsored Medical Education Programs: A Regulatory Overdose
Charles J. Walsh and Alissa Pyrich
Economic Analysis and the Regulation of Pharmaceutical Advertising
J. Howard Beales III
A Statistical Profile of Pharmaceutical Industry Liability, 1976-1989
W. Kip Viscusi, Michael J. Moore, and James Albright
Deterring Inefficient Pharmaceutical Litigation: An Economic Rationale for the FDA Regulatory Compliance Defense
W. Kip Viscusi, Steven R. Rowland, Howard L. Dorfman, and Charles J. Walsh
Constitutional Law - First Amendment Jurisprudence in Great Britain - A Local Authority Is Not Entitled to Maintain an Action for Damages in Libel Against a Publication Where the Publication Addressed the Propriety of Actions Taken by the Authority in the Course of Its Governmental and Administrative Function - Derbyshire County Council v. Times Newspapers Ltd., 1993 App. Cas. 534.
Sarah Obaditch Kambour
First Amendment - Free Speech - A Prophylactic Ban on Personal Solicitation by Certified Public Accountants in a Business Context Violates the First Amendment's Guarantee of Freedom of Speech - Edenfield v. Fane, 113 S. Ct. 1792 (1993).
David P. Kalm
Administrative Law - Freedom of Information Act, Exemption 7D - Agencies Are Not Entitled to a Presumption of Confidentiality in Most Exemption 7D Claims Made Pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act - United States Department of Justice v. Landano, 113 S. Ct. 2014 (1993).
Tamara M. Burke
Habeas Corpus - Harmless-Error Rule - Proper Harmless-Error Standard on Habeas Review of Fifth Amendment Violations Is Whether the Error Had "Substantial or Injurious Effect" on the Jury's Determination of Petitioner's Guilt - Brecht v. Abrahamson, 114 S. Ct. 1710 (1993).
James A. Carey Jr.
Constitutional Law - First Amendment - A Non-Neutral Law Proscribing Religious Animal Sacrifice That Is Not Generally Applicable Is Not Narrowly Tailored to Serve a Compelling Government Interest Where Such Law Fails to Prohibit Non-Religious Conduct Resulting in Similar Harms Sought to be Addressed - Church of the Lukumi Babalu Aye, Inc. v. City of Hialeah, 113 S. Ct. 2217 (1993).