Could the no-calorie sweetener you rely on to replace sugar in your diet actually cause weight gain instead of the weight loss you were expecting?The answer may be yes, according to a new study."Artificial sweeteners are not risk-free," said Brian Hoffmann, assistant … [Read more...] about Artificial sweeteners: Where do we stand?
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There’s no evidence a proposed law would lead to lawsuits against the federal health minister for recalling unsafe drugs, according to life sciences lawyers.The lawyers reject the claims made two weeks ago by a group of medical and legal academics warning bill C-17 could … [Read more...] about Focus: Lawyers dispute fears about lawsuits from drug bill
The deck can certainly feel stacked against Plaintiffs’ counsel when preparing for the examination for discovery of a defendant in a medical malpractice case. Unlike in many other types of claims, the examination of a defendant healthcare practitioner usually involves … [Read more...] about Examination for Discovery of a Defendant in a Medical Malpractice Case: How to Ask All the Right Questions and Avoid the Wrong Ones
Welcome to the third annual ABA Journal Blawg 100—the best legal blogs as selected by the Journal’s editors. This year we did something even more blog-like. We asked our readers to help us find blawgs worthy of note.We called it our Blawg Amici and we asked law blog … [Read more...] about Third Annual ABA Journal Blawg 100
Podcast TranscriptVictor Li: Artificial intelligence is changing the way lawyers practice law. It used to be that AI would help lawyers perform long tedious tasks more efficiently and quickly, like document review or legal research. However, in the last few years AI has advanced … [Read more...] about Why embracing artificial intelligence is in your law firm’s best interests (podcast with transcript)