New Article: DOJ Raids of Health Care Providers

Today, American University’s Washington College of Law published in its Legislation & Policy Brief a new article by Michael C. Barnes, JD. Entitled “A More Sensible Surge: Ending DOJ’s Indiscriminate Raids of Health Care Providers,” the article discusses the indiscriminate nature of recent U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) raids, searches, and investigations of prescribers of […]

Women in the Overdose Crisis

Earlier this week, Shruti Kulkarni, JD presented at HealthyWomen’s Chronic Pain Summit. Ms. Kulkarni’s presentation, “Gender Differences in Pain and Substance Use Disorders: Eliminate Discrimination, Improve Treatment, and Save Lives,” provided an overview of gender differences in the effects of medication and treatment for substance use disorders (SUDs). The presentation explained how pharmaceutical research and […]

Worthy, McClughen Provide Legal Update at Addiction Conference

This week, Stacey Worthy, JD and Daniel McClughen, JD spoke at the CORE addiction treatment and recovery conference on Amelia Island, Florida. Their presentation, “Keeping Pace in a Rapidly Changing Environment: An Update for Treatment Programs and Recovery Residences,” provided a timely update on several legal, regulatory, legislative, and enforcement trends impacting addiction treatment programs […]