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Posted on March 27, 2019 at 4:00 AM

Here is the schedule for the 2019 Health Law Professors Conference. It is sponsored by the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics & Loyola University Chicago School of Law. The conference is June 5 to 7, 2019 at Loyola Chicago Law School in downtown Chicago.

Wednesday, June 5, 2019
11:30 AM
Conference Registration Opens

12:45—1:00 PM
Conference Welcoming Remarks
Larry Singer, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Edward Hutchinson, ASLME

1:00—3:00 PM
Jay Healey Teaching Plenary Session, Ceremonial Courtroom, 10th Floor
Moderators: Larry Singer, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Charity Scott, Georgia State College of Law
Sidney Watson, Saint Louis University School of Law

3:15—4:30 PM Concurrent Sessions 1

A. Panel – Getting Vaccines Right: Issues in Policy and Practice
Moderator: Dorit Reiss, University of California Hastings College of the Law, Informed Consent to Vaccination: Theoretical, Legal, and Empirical Insights
Ross Silverman, Indiana University, Professional Norms and Public Health Systems: Regulating Vaccination-Related Clinical Practices
Litjen (L.J.) Tan, Immunization Action Coalition, Learning How to Appreciate the Incredible Value of Influenza Vaccination
Y. Tony Yang, George Washington University, Vaccine Sentiment and the Outcomes of Legislative Bills

B. Science, Scholarship, and Policymaking
Scott Burris, Temple University, Science, Interdisciplinarity, and Health Law Scholarship
Kevin Outterson, Boston University, Bad Science Leads to Bad Legal Scholarship
Joanna Sax, California Western School of Law, Consumer Perceptions of Risk in Various Areas of Biotechnology

C. Medicaid
Lucy Hodder, University of New Hampshire School of Law, Implementing a Medicaid Work Requirement: What it Means for Community Providers
Barak Richman, Duke University School of Law, Medicaid’s Mismatch and Subsequent Failures
Robert Schwartz, University of New Mexico School of Law, Providing Near-Universal Coverage Through Medicaid Expansion: New Mexico Explores Medicaid Buy-In Options
Craig Wilson, Arkansas Center for Health Improvement, Medicaid Work Requirements: Experience and Lessons from Arkansas Works

D. Panel – Critical Perspectives on Reproductive Health Exceptionalism
Moderator: Melissa Alexander, University of Wyoming College of Law
Brietta Clark, Loyola Law School Los Angeles, Abortion Exceptionalism and NIFLA
Linda Fentiman, Pace University School of Law, Of Mosquitoes and ‘Moral Convictions’: How Rolling Back the Affordable Care Act’s Contraceptive Mandate Jeopardizes Women’s and Children’s Health
Jennifer Oliva, West Virginia University, Gillespie and the Guillotine: A Feminist Critique of Choice Coercion”
Rachel Rebouche, Temple University School of Law, Parental Involvement Laws in the Southeast

E. International Health Law
Michele Forzley, Forzley & Associates, Health Sector Transition in Low Middle Income Countries: the Role of Law
Renee Landers, Suffolk University Law School, Social Security Totalization Agreements in a Global Economy
Rob Leflar, University of Arkansas School of Law, The Failings of Japanese Patient Safety Reforms in an International Context
Oliver Quick, University of Bristol, Will The English Legal Duty of Candour Work?

4:45-6:00 PM Concurrent Sessions 2

A. Panel – Policy Surveillance for Public Health Advancement
Moderator: Benjamin Meier, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Jamie Chriqui, University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health
Steven Hoffman, Osgoode Hall Law School
Nadia Sawicki, Loyola University Chicago School of Law

B. Panel – Ethical and Legal Challenges in a “Right to Try” World
Moderator: Patricia Zettler, Georgia State University College of Law, Developments at FDA: Expanded Access and Investigational Medicines as Treatment
Holly Fernandez Lynch, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, Protecting Patients from Right to Try
Erin Talati Paquette, Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine, Nusinersen as a Paradigm for Emerging Therapies: How Ethical Challenges of Expanded Access will be Exacerbated with Right to Try
Seema Shah, Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine, Time to Experiment with Expanded Access?

C. Malpractice and Tort Law
Marc Ginsberg, The John Marshall Law School (Chicago), Cross-Disciplinary Expert Testimony In Medical Negligence Litigation
Mark Hall, Wake Forest University, The Restatement (Third) of Medical Liability
Michelle Mello, Stanford University, Practice Changes Among Medical Malpractice “Frequent Flyers”
Alix Rogers, Stanford Law School, Neither Property Nor Tort: The Curious Case of Quasi-Property of Human Bodily Remains

D. Health Insurance
Wendy Mariner, Boston University School of Public Health, Health Promotion and the Social Construction of Fault
Govind Persad, University of Denver College of Law, Health Insurance and the Value of Treatment Differentiation
Tara Ragone, Seton Hall University School of Law, Mental Health Parity at 10
Katherine Vukadin, Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law, On Opioids and ERISA: The Urgent Case for a Federal Ban on Discretionary Clauses

E. Panel – Legal Issues in Health for LGBTQ Individuals
Moderator: Heather A. McCabe, Indiana University, Transgender Rights in the Days of Changing Regulatory Interpretations: Where Are We Now and What is Needed?
Doron Dorfman, Syracuse University College of Law, Of Worthy and Worthier Blood: Gay Families, Anti-HIV Medication, and the Blood Ban
Doriane Lambelet Coleman, Duke Law School, Legal Issues in Decision-making for Adolescents Who Seek Gender Affirming Care

F. Data and Privacy
Melissa Goldstein, George Washington University, Redefining “Sensitive” Data
Efthimios Parasidis, The Ohio State University, Rethinking Health Data Ethics
Nicholson Price, University of Michigan, Data Fungibility
Jennifer Wagner, Geisinger Health System, Precision Health and the Role of the FTC

6:00–7:30 PM
Welcome Reception & Chicago Pizza Tasting – Kasbeer Hall, Corboy Law Center, 15th Floor
Sponsored by the DePaul College of Law Mary and Michael Jaharis Health Law Institute

Thursday, June 6, 2019
7:30 AM
Breakfast, Ceremonial Courtroom Lobby, 10th Floor

8:00–9:30 AM
Industry Plenary Session, Ceremonial Courtroom Lobby, 10th Floor
Moderator: John Blum, Loyola University Chicago

9:45 –11:00 AM Concurrent Sessions 3

A. Drug Policy
Nora Demleitner, Washington and Lee University School of Law, Drug Courts: Not a Public Health Solution
Katherine Drabiak, University of South Florida College of Public Health, Questioning Medication Assisted Treatment
James Hodge, Arizona State University College of Law, Supervised Injection Facilities: Legal and Policy Reforms
Daniel Orenstein, University of California San Francisco, Grassroots of Grass: Cannabis Legalization Ballot Initiative Campaign Contributions and Outcomes

B. Gene Editing
Judith Daar, University of California Irvine School of Law, Human Germline Genome Editing: Dilemmas in Informed Consent
Eileen Kane, Penn State Law, A Volatile Year in Human Genome Editing
Myrisha Lewis, Howard University School of Law, The Coming Age of Gene Editing: Medical Promise, Regulation, and the Revival of Decades of Debate
Maxwell Mehlman, Case Western Reserve University, Regulating Do-It-Yourself Gene Editing

C. Panel – Medical Decision-Making for Unrepresented Patients and Medical Repatriation
Moderator – Cavan Doyle, Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine
Nanette Elster, Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine
Kayhan Parsi, Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine

D. Health Reform
Erin Fuse Brown, Georgia State University College of Law, Could States Do Single-Payer? An Empirical Study of State Single-Payer Proposals 2010-2018
Christina Ho, Rutgers School of Law, A Right to Reinsurance?
Matthew Lawrence, Penn State Law, The Powers of the Purse in Dissonance: Entitlements, Disappropriation, and the Separation of Powers
Daniel Swartzman, Loyola University Chicago School of Nursing, Proposing an Uncomfortable Conversation on the “Right to Healthcare”

E. Panel – Feminist Perspectives on Health Law and Bioethics
Moderator – Lindsay Wiley, American University Washington College of Law, Feminist Health Justice
Greer Donley, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Regulation of Encapsulated Placenta
Seema Mohapatra, Indiana University School of Law, Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Health Law Opinions
Jessica Roberts, University of Houston Law Center, Reclaiming Rights in Genetic Data as Feminist

F. Disability and Accessibility
Jalayne Arias, University of California San Francisco, Alzheimer’s Disease in the Workplace: A Framework for Liability
Jennifer Bard, University of Cincinnati College of Law, Including People with Disabilities in Federally Conducted, Funded, and Regulated Research
Elizabeth Pendo, Saint Louis University School of Law, The Costs of Uncertainty: The DOJ’s Stalled Progress on Accessible Medical Equipment Under the ADA
Megan Wright, Penn State Law, Dementia, Autonomy, and Supported Healthcare Decision Making

11:15 AM –12:30 PM Concurrent Sessions 4

A. Public Health
Laurie Beyranevand, Vermont Law School, Can Revised Standards of Identify Achieve Greater Public Health Outcomes?
Carl Coleman, Seton Hall University School of Law, Ethical Issues in Managing Vector-Borne Diseases
Stacie Kershner, Georgia State University College of Law, Public Health Law and the E-Scooter Epidemic
Noah Smith-Drelich, Columbia Law School, Food Tax Substitution Effects

B. Pharmaceutical Pricing
Jaime King, University of California Hastings College of the Law, The Burden of Federalism: Challenges to State Attempts at Controlling Prescription Drug Costs
Marc Rodwin, Suffolk University Law School, Controlling Pharmaceutical Prices: What the U.S. Can Learn from France
Michael Sinha, Harvard Medical School, New Developments in Pharmaceutical Antitrust Law
Rebecca Wolitz, Stanford Law School, The Pay-Twice Critique, Government Funding, and Reasonable Pricing Clauses

C. Panel – From Culture War to Common Ground: Exploring Practical Approaches to Balancing Conscience and Access
Moderator – Robin Wilson, University of Illinois College of Law
Michelle Oberman, Santa Clara University School of Law
Debra Stulberg, University of Chicago

D. Health Insurance
Zack Buck, University of Tennessee, Affording Obamacare
Wendy Epstein, DePaul University College of Law, Private Law Alternatives to the Individual Mandate
Jessica Mantel, University of Houston Law Center, Value-Based Purchasing and Higher Patient Cost-Sharing: Two Strategies on a Collision Course?
Christopher Robertson, University of Arizona, Paying for Ourselves — Why Health Insurance is Incomplete

E. Eugenics and Reproduction
Barbara Pfeffer Billauer, University of Porto, Wrongful Life in the Age of CRISPR-Cas
Mary Crossley, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Reproducing Dignity: Race, Disability, and Reproductive Controls
Robert Dinerstein, American University Washington College of Law, Disability Rights and Prenatal Diagnosis of Down Syndrome: Balancing Rights and Attitudes
Paul Lombardo, Georgia State University, The Politics of Eugenics: Lawmakers Who Wrote the Eugenic Sterilization Laws

F. Teaching and Pedagogy
Sarah Curi, Brandeis University, Designing Health Law Courses for Undergrads: Challenges and Opportunities
Katherine Schostok, DePaul University College of Law, Fostering Professional Networking in Online Education
Asha Scielzo, American University Washington College of Law, Incorporating Compliance Principles into Health Law Curriculum
Charity Scott, Georgia State University College of Law, Burnout in the Legal and Health Care Professions: Empirical Evidence for Mindfulness Training

12:30 – 2:00 PM
Lunch at Truluck’s, 41 E Chestnut St, Chicago, IL

2:15 – 3:30 PM Concurrent Sessions 5

A. Panel – A Rights-Based Approach to America’s Opioid Epidemic
Moderator – Elise R. Meyer, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
Steven Aks, Rush Medical College, Opioids: A Rights-Based Approach in the ER
Michael Nerheim, Lake County State’s Attorney, “The System” as Community Partner in a Rights-Based Approach
Juliet Sorensen, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, A Rights-Based Approach to the Opioid Epidemic: In Other Words, What Works?

B. Drug and Device Innovation
Jonas Anderson, American University, The Value of “Worthless” Surgical Method Patents
Ana Santos Rutschman, Saint Louis University School of Law, Vaccine R&D in the 21st Century

C. Informed Consent
Valerie Gutmann Koch, DePaul University College of Law, Eliminating Liability for Informed Consent to Medical Treatment
Henry Fader, Loyola University Chicago, Lessons on Informed Consent from the Theranos Case
Gregory James Smith, Loyola University Chicago, Informed Consent in the Revised Common Rule
Jerry Williamson, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Informed Consent: Challenges for Physicians and Patients

D. Panel – Medicaid Matters
Moderator – Nicole Huberfeld, Boston University
John Jacobi, Seton Hall Law School
Sallie Sanford, University of Washington School of Law
Sidney Watson, Saint Louis University School of Law

E. Social Determinants of Health
Amy Campbell, University of Memphis School of Law, What if a Community Itself “Suffers” from Trauma?: Interventions to Address Community Trauma at the Structural Level
Aila Hoss, Indiana University McKinney School of Law, Federal Indian Law as a Structural Determinant of Health
David Orentlicher, UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law, Healthcare, Health, and Income
Dina Shek, University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law, Community-Led Policy Advocacy at the Medical-Legal Partnership in Hawai’i

F. Artificial Intelligence
Claudia Haupt, Northeastern University School of Law, Artificial Professional Advice
Wei Li, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Artificial Intelligence and Surgical Care – How Can We Collaborate and Embrace this Evolution in a Highly Regulated Environment?
Charlotte Tschider, DePaul University College of Law, Preempting the Artificially Intelligent Machine

3:30 – 5:00 PM Concurrent Sessions 6

A. Panel – Perspectives on the Opioid Crisis
Moderator – Nicolas Terry, Indiana University McKinney School of Law, Healthcare as a Structural Determinant of the Opioid Crisis
Leo Beletsky, Northeastern University School of Law, Risk Reduction Interventions as a Response to the Overdose Crisis: A Case Study in Systemic Policy Failure
Teneille Brown, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, From Moral to Neural: Leveraging Neurogenetics and Public Health to Reduce Addiction Stigma
Taleed El-Sabawi, The Ohio State University, A Supply Approach Cloaked in Public Health: How the U.S.’s Health Framing of Drug Policy Differs From the EU’s Public Health Perspective
Rebecca Haffajee, University of Michigan School of Public Health, Generic Drug Policy as a Barrier to Opioid Use Disorder Treatment

B. Panel – LawSeq: Building a Legal Foundation for Genomics & Precision Medicine
Moderator – Susan Wolf, University of Minnesota, Integrating the Governance of Genomic Research, Clinical Care, Screening, and DTC Testing
Moderator – Ellen Wright Clayton, Vanderbilt University, Governing Test Quality in the Age of Genomics
Barbara Evans, University of Houston, The Implications of HIPAA’s Right of Access to Genomic Data
Gary Marchant, Arizona State University, Facing the Liability Implications of Genomics
Mark Rothstein, University of Louisville School of Medicine, The Wide-Ranging Legal Implications of Genetic Privacy

C. Bioethics
Louise Bernier, Sherbrooke University, Are There Limits to Individual Autonomy in Medical Decision Making
Emily Largent, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, Losing our Minds? Ethical and Legal Implications of Consumer Genetic Testing for ApoE
Stephen Latham, Yale University, Federalism and Bioethics
Thaddeus Pope, Mitchell Hamline School of Law, Brain Death: Legal Status Amid Growing Uncertainty
Evelyn Tenenbaum, Albany Law School, Half a Chance: Addressing the Ethical, Legal, and Organizational Challenges of Splitting Donated Livers

D. Public Health Preparedness
Moderator – Leila Barraza, University of Arizona College of Public Health, Overview of Legal Preparedness for Airport Communicable Disease Planning
Lance Gable, Wayne State University Law School, Structuring Legal Preparedness to Avoid Leadership Failures
Robert Gatter, Saint Louis University School of Law, Reassessing Public Health Legal Preparedness After Ebola and Hurricane Maria
Elizabeth Hall-Lipsy, University of Arizona College of Pharmacy, Recommendations for a National Aviation Emergency Preparedness Plan

E. Panel – Integration of Medical Legal Partnerships with Complex Care Models
Moderator – Dennis Hsieh, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, Whole Person Care and Medical Legal Partnerships, Service Integration for Complex Care Patients in Los Angeles County
Leah Fowler, University of Houston Law Center, Stranger in a Strange Land: Challenges Integrating Attorneys into Health Care Teams
Ellen Lawton, The National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership, National Landscape of Medical-Legal Partnership Activities, Impact and Potential
Eve Rubell, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, Implementation Successes, Challenges and Surprises- from the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services Perspective
Gerson Sorto, Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County, Building Coalition: Creating a Virtual Medical Legal Partnership Model to Serve High Risk Patient in Los Angeles County

F. Data and Privacy
Erica Goldstein and Julie Agris, NYU School of Medicine, Stony Brook Medicine, Unintended Consequences of the HIPAA Privacy Rule: A Case Study of Obstruction to Healthcare Providers’ Access to Protected Health Information and Recommendations for Improved Implementation
Laura Hoffman, Seton Hall University School of Law, Telehealth, Children, & Pediatrics: Should the Doctor Make House Calls Again, Digitally?
Anthony Orlando, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, Genetic Databases: Unique and Growing Threats to Privacy
Natalie Ram, University of Baltimore School of Law, Genetic Genealogy After Carpenter
Rachel Zuraw, University of California Berkeley School of Law, Digital Privacy and Age: Proposing an Inverse Relationship

6:00 – 9:30 PM
Conference Reception
The Signature Room and the Hancock Center, 875 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL, 95th Floor
Presentation of the 2019 Jay Healey Teaching Award
Presentation of Health Law Scholars and BioIP Scholars

Friday, June 7, 2019
8:00 AM
Breakfast, Ceremonial Courtroom Lobby, 10th Floor

8:00 – 9:15 AM Concurrent Sessions 7

A. Panel – Preemption & Health Equity – The Search for Local Solutions
Moderator – Sabrina Adler, ChangeLab Solutions, An Equity-First Framework to Understand the Effects of Preemption on Health
Paul Diller, Willamette University College of Law, A Research and Advocacy Agenda for Preemption: The Role of Academics and Practitioners
Sarah Fox, Northern Illinois University College of Law, A New Era of Preemption: The Recent Wave of Preemption in the Health and Public Health Contexts

B. Patient Care
Benjamin Berkman, National Institutes of Health Dept. of Bioethics, Challenging Non-Directiveness in an Era of Genomic Medicine
Michael Frakes, Duke University, Is Great Information Good Enough? Evidence from Physicians as Patients
Sam Halabi, University of Missouri, Do Fiduciary Duties Make Better Doctors?
Sharona Hoffman, Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Healing the Healers: Legal Remedies for Physician Burnout

C. Panel – Feminist Perspectives on Insurance
Moderator – Valarie Blake, West Virginia University College of Law, Another Doe, Another Dollar: A Feminist Critique of Ongoing Insurance Discrimination Against People with AIDS
Aziza Ahmed, Northeastern University School of Law, Dead But Not Disabled: How Feminist Lawyers and Activists Changed the CDC Definition of AIDS
Elizabeth McCuskey, University of Toledo College of Law, A Feminist Future for Health Insurance
Elizabeth Weeks, University of Georgia School of Law, NFIB v. Sebelius: The Personal is Political

D. Health Disparities and Discrimination
Courtney Anderson, Georgia State University College of Law, Hate Wins
Jonathan Kahn, Mitchell Hamline School of Law, Precision Medicine and the Resurgence of Race in Genomic Medicine
Matiangai Sirleaf, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, The Racial Economy of Treatment
Ruqaiijah Yearby, Saint Louis University School of Law, When Equal Pay is not Enough: The Continuation of Racial and Gender Bias in Employment and its Influence on Health Disparities

E. Research, Privacy, and Consent
Tara Sklar, University of Arizona College of Law, Escalation of Data Protection in Clinical Research and the Road Ahead for Regulatory Harmonization
Kayte Spector-Bagdady, University of Michigan, Biospecimens and Research Consent: Distinguishing Cell Line Research
Christopher Trudeau, University of Arkansas Little Rock, The New Normal: How the Revised Common Rule & GDPR Fundamentally Alter Consent for Human Subjects Research
Leslie Wolf, Georgia State University College of Law, The New Certificate of Confidentiality: The Good, the Bad, and the Unknown

9:30 – 10:30 AM Concurrent Sessions 8

A. Public Health
Daniel Goldberg, University of Colorado, Legal Epidemiology, Stigma, & Chronic Pain: Mapping the Terrain
Robert Katz, Indiana University McKinney School of Law, Rationing Healthcare in the Shadow of the Eighth Amendment: Lessons from Hepatitis C Inmate Litigation
Michael Ulrich, Boston University School of Public Health, Rights and Risks: Suicide, Firearms, and Extreme Risk Protection Orders

B. Biologics and Biosimilars
Robert Bohrer, California Western School of Law, Real World Evidence and Biosimilar Approval
Yaniv Heled, Georgia State University College of Law, Toward Effective Competition in Biologics
Cynthia Ho, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Words Matter: From Breakthrough to Biosimilar Drugs

C. Panel – Rethinking the Meaning of Informed Consent in the #MeToo Era
Moderator – Anthony Kreis, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Phoebe Friesen, University of Oxford
Jennifer Goedken, Emory University

D. Health Reform
Deborah Farringer, Belmont University College of Law, Is Payment Reform the Answer to Addressing Cybersecurity Risks?
Thomas Greaney, University of California Hastings College of Law, Consolidation and its Cures: Can Regulation Mitigate the Harm?
Gwendolyn Majette, Cleveland Marshall College of Law, Delivery System Reform, Health Care Disruptors & the Evolving Regulatory Landscape

E. Assistive Reproductive Technology
Rebecca Feinberg, DePaul University, Out of the Freezer and into the Policy Fire: Quandaries in Gamete Preservation
Lauren Flicker, Montefiore Einstein Center for Bioethics, Husband May I: Analyzing Spousal Consent Requirements for Gamete Donation
Browne Lewis, Cleveland State University, Harming: Remedying Fertility Clinics Mistakes

F. Immigration
Medha Makhlouf, Penn State Law, Where Health Care Federalism Meets Immigration Federalism
Karen Shaw, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, The “Public Charge” at the Expense of Medicaid – A Case for Citizen Children in Mixed-Status Families
Jonathan Todres, Georgia State University College of Law, The Trauma of Trump’s Family Separation Action: A Child Rights Perspective

11:00 – 12:15 PM Concurrent Sessions 9

A. Panel – Litigation as Public Health Strategy (For Better or Worse)
Moderator – Liza Vertinsky, Emory Law School
Lena Amanti, Assistant U.S Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia
Alan Dorn, Office of the General Counsel of Health and Human Services
Paula Kocher, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, CDC

B. Drugs, Biologics, and Medical Devices
Ann Marie Marciarille, UMKC School of Law, De-Regulation of Hearing Aid Benefits
Diane Hoffmann, University of Maryland Carey School of Law, Continuing Challenges to the Regulation of New Microbiome based Therapies and Diagnostics
Gregory Curfman, JAMA, Preemption Redux – Merck v. Albrecht in the Wake of Wyeth v. Levine
Lewis Grossman, American University Washington College of Law, Health Insurance and Therapeutic Choice: The Freedom to Be Covered

C. Panel – Physician Autonomy
Moderator – Doriane Coleman, Duke University School of Law
Phil Rosoff, Duke University School of Medicine
Gil Siegal, University of Virginia School of Law

D. Pregnancy
Dru Bhattacharya, Global Academy of Population Health, Taking AIM at Maternal Mortality: A Mixed-Methods Assessment of State Laws and Policies
Liz Kukura, Drexel University Kline School of Law, Understanding Obstetric Violence Through a Fiduciary Lens
Jill Lens, University of Arkansas School of Law, Stillbirth and Informed Consent
Revital Steiner, The Center for Health Law, Bioethics and Health Policy, Ono Academic College, Medical Malpractice During Pregnancy Surveillance – Between Paternalism and Autonomy with an Emphasis on Inherent Irrationality

E. Fraud and Abuse
Katrice Copeland, Penn State Law, Liquid Gold
Jacob Elberg, Seton Hall University School of Law, Incentivizing Compliant Corporate Behavior Through False Claims Act Settlements
Charleen Hsuan, Penn State University, The Hidden Role of Emergency Departments
Kristin Madison, Northeastern University, Regulatory Redesign to Support Payment Innovation

12:15 – 12:45
Lunch, Ceremonial Courtroom Lobby
Passing of the Torch to Northeastern University School of Law

12:45 – 1:00 PM Conference Conclusion

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