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Monday, December 24, 2007
Introducing Blog Justice
Alan Milstein and his law firm, Sherman Silverstein, Kohl, Rose & Podolsky, have started a new blog that will be of interest to many of you: Blog Justice. It will examine legal issues that intersect with social justice. While Alan is regarded by many as the nation's leading sports litigator (he has litigated on behalf of Allen Iverson, Eddy Curry, and Maurice Clarett, among other prominent athletes), he has received even more acclaim for his litigation in the areas of insurance law, products liability, bioethics and clinical trials litigation. Perhaps his most notable case was his representation of the family of Jesse Gelsinger, an 18-year-old who died during an early gene therapy study at an Ivy League university. Alan's expertise on these issues will no doubt prove illuminating when examining various legal topics.
Consider some of the first posts on Blog Justice:
Bad Blood Redux (questioning the FDA knew that a company testing the safety and efficacy of the artificial blood substitute Polyheme would draft primarily African-Americans as test subjects)
Tragic Pittman Case May Land In The High Court (discussing the tragic case of Christopher Pittman, who was 12-years-old when he shot and killed his grandparents while using the drug Zoloft)
New Jersey Repeals Death Penalty (discussing the end of the death penalty in the state of New Jersey)
There are many other great posts on Blog Justice. Be sure to check them out.
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