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1. Journal

2. Health and Environmental Law Researcher

  • Harvard
    • Michelle Mello
    • Martha Field
    • Jody Freeman
    • David Studdert
    • Matthew Stephenson
    • Cass Sunstein
    • Mark Ramseyer
    • Elizabeth Warren
    • Einer Elhauge
    • William Fisher
  • Chicago
    • Anup Malani
  • Upenn
    • Matthew D. Adler
    • Anita Allen-Castellitto
    • Eric A. Feldman
    • Kristin Madison
    • Stephen J. Morse
    • Theodore Ruger
    • Catherine T. Struve
    • Amy L. Wax
  • Vanderbilt
    • Kip Viscusi
    • Joni Hersch
    • Kathryn Anderson
    • James Blumstein
  • Boston University
    • George J. Annas
  • Boston College
    • Dean Hashimoto
  • Georgetown
    • Kathy Zeiler
  • Duke
    • Jonathan Wiener
  • Oxford
    • Liz Fisher

3. Regulation of Health Insurance

  • HMO
  • ERISA Preemption
  • Health Insurance Reform and Comparative Health System

4. Public Health Law


5. Criminal Law in Medical Malpractice


6. Constitution and Right to Health

  • 世界の成文憲法の中で最も制定が早いのは1787年のアメリカ合衆国憲法である。つづいてノルウェー、ベルギー、ルクセンブルクとなり、1946年制定の日本は14番目らしい
  • Constitution of Soviet Union

7. List of Regulatory Agencies

  • USA
    • OIRA, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs
    • EPA, Environmental Protection Agency
    • OSHA, Occupational Safety and Health Administration
    • FDA, Food and Drug Administration
    • DOT, Department of Transportation
    • USDA, United States Department of Agriculture
  • UK
    • National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence
    • Health Protection Agency
    • Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
    • Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

8. Federal Tort Claim Law

    • § 1346. United States as defendant of 1964
    • § 2680 Exceptions.
    • FDA Preemption: In Riegel v. Medtronic Inc.,the court held that the preemption clause in the 1976 Medical Device Amendments, 21 U.S.C. § 360k, barred an injured plaintiff’s state law tort and warranty claims suit challenging a medical device’s safety and effectiveness, which the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) had given premarket approval.

9. Four General Types of Federal Law

  • Constitutional Law
    • The U.S. Constitution and its amendments as interpreted by the Courts
  • Statutory Law
    • Legislative enactments such as U.S. public and private laws
  • Administrative Law
    • Executive promulgations such as executive orders and agency regulations, interpretations, orders, etc.
  • Case Law
    • Opinions of the U.S. courts concerning the law and the precedents they set

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