Health-care mergers and transactions surged in August, led by activity in the pharmaceutical and medical device sectors.
The system that allows for low-cost versions of biologic drugs is in peril if Obamacare is reversed in the wake of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death.
The California State Bar’s Board of Trustees approved a plan that would grant temporary licenses to recent law school grads for less than two years.
Grace Speights and Robin Nunn, two prominent black women litigators at Morgan Lewis, told Bloomberg Law how they reached the top of their field while navigating bias. They also share how the national focus on racial justice is impacting their work.
About 36 million people would have their wastewater tested for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, under a new project by the Department of Health and Human Services.
Young scientists could drop out of medical research and biomedical progress could derail for years thanks to spending restrictions imposed on NIH as part of stopgap funding measures.