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Politics and American Business: Adversaries or Allies?




Are business and government allies or adversaries? What is the proper relationship between the two? These questions are important issues for the upcoming presidential, congressional, and state elections. They are also the subject of my new book,¬†Politics and American Business: … Continue reading




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Can a Human Gene Be Patented? Some Thoughts on Myriad Genetics




In Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc., No. 12-398 (argued April 15, 2013), the Supreme Court is asked to decide whether human genes which are isolated and extracted at great cost by a for-profit corporation and which are … Continue reading




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