Caps on Medical Malpractice Awards Injure Patients

“Doctors take the Hippocratic Oath to provide medical services competently and diligently; if a doctor is put out of business by a large number of malpractice suits for his negligent care, he or she is most likely not deserving to be in the practice of medicine to begin with.”

Caps on Medical Malpractice Awards Focus Resources on Access and Treatment

“The truth is that many medical malpractice claims are frivolous.”

Ebola Quarantine: An Unconstitutional & Dangerous Measure

What is the motivation behind these quarantines? Fear.

Ebola Quarantine: A Legal & Necessary Precaution

States must be given the latitude to make difficult judgment calls regarding what is necessary to maintain not only public health and safety, but to prevent panic or people taking matters into their own hands.

“Don’t look for us. We will serve Allah – and die for him.”

How the West can stem IS recruiting of foreign fighters.

Certified Review – The Islamic State

Arlan Cohen revisits his recent report on the Islamic State, “Scared to Fight,” with Cornell Law Professor Jens David Ohlin. In part one of the interview, they discuss the legal and policy justifications governing the US response in Iraq and Syria. Jens David Ohlin is a professor at Cornell Law School who specializes in international