What I thought would be a dull week in the LexBlogosphere turned out to be much more exciting than one would expect of the days leading up to a long weekend. Today’s update covers topics ranging from children’s drugs to maggots, from business disputes to potential government regulations. Though the last day of the month is a Friday, LexBlog clients are closing August out with a bang.
The news for August 31:
- A recent decision by the FDA to approve a controversial children’s antipsychotic drug has made some organizations unhappy, and the attorneys from Regan Zambri & Long have the news covered in their D.C. Metro Area Medical Malpractice Law Blog.
- Michelle E. Roberts of Hughes & Luce LLP provides a checklist for physicians involved in noncompete agreements at the firm’s Texas Non-Compete Law Blog.
- In the South Carolina Nursing Home Law Blog, attorney Ray Mullman Jr. shares an article on maggots found living in a nursing home patient’s ear.
- Attorney Joni L. Landy takes control of Tucker Arensberg’s Med Law Blog to highlight new cafeteria plan regulations proposed by the IRS.
- There are seven steps for all homeowner association boards to follow to ensure insurance protection, says Stan Jezierski in the Colorado Homeowner’s Association Law Blog.
Don’t forget, if you are a LexBlog client who wants to be featured in Talk of the LexBlogosphere, e-mail me a post you are proud of on the day it is published and I’ll try to work it into my update.