As Christians we face trials and challenges in life, but why does God allow them? And how are we supposed to respond to them?
Why Are Clinical Trials Important?
Why Are Clinical Trials Important Clinical trials are a key research tool for advancing medical knowledge and patient care. Clinical research is done only if doctors don't know whether a new approach works well in people and is safe and which treatments or strategies work best for certain illnesses or groups of people Some clinical trials show a positive result. For example, the National Heart, Lung,…
What Kind of Faith Endures Fiery Trials?: Daniel Chapter 3
This sermon details powerful biblical principles for faithfully enduring fiery trials. An actual life and death situation is cited from the pages of scripture for our edification.
"How To Handle Life's Trials"
Speaking from the book of James, Rev. Tim Amey points out that the joy of handling life's trials comes from the assurance that God The Father, The Son, and T...
Risk management lessons from an opioid trial
The use of opioid medications to treat pain is at a watershed moment in the United States.
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Over the past three decades, op
Lessons Emerging from Pinnacle Hip Bellwether Trials
In a staggering verdict, a Texas jury recently awarded over $1 billion against Johnson & Johnson (“J&J”) and its subsidiary DePuy Orthopaedics Inc. (“DePuy”) (collectively referred to as “Defendants”) to six California plaintiffs who claimed the companies’ Pinnacle hip system’s Ultamet metal-on-metal implant caused metallosis, tissue death, bone erosion and other serious injuries Presently there are 9,000 plus lawsuits consolidated in a Multi-District Litigation or “MDL”…
Lessons Learned From FMLA Retaliation Trial
By: Marc S. Casarino We recently secured a verdict in favor of an employer in a federal jury trial over alleged Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) retaliation. The employee claimed retaliatory animus in a series of human resources errors regarding the employee’s intermittent leave. Further complicating the situation were stray remarks by the employer’s personnel implying displeasure over the employee’s use of intermittent leave. We were…
1100 Miles Home: Lessons from Herding Trials
Why is it that we can't just "download" the instruction manual that was built from the blood, sweat and tears of those who have learned before us?
Lessons from Apple's E-Books Antitrust Trial
Apple Inc.'s e-books price fixing case offers several lessons regarding current antitrust enforcement and best practices for in-house counsel.
Top Three Lessons from the Prop 8 Trial
California’s gay marriage ban, Prop 8, was back in court this week for what is likely to be the last of the many appeals hearings. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals weighed two matters: First, whether the video tapes of the trial’s proceedings could be made public (Prop 8 supporters want them deep-sixed) and second, …
Trial by Fire: 5 lessons about surviving a products liability lawsuit
Get the full story and learn five lessons about surviving a products liability lawsuit from one electronics manufacturer who fought back.
The Bitchy Waiter: Tales, Tips & Trials from a Life in Food Service
Millions of people have, at some point in their lives, waited tables. Some only did it in college, or got out by sheer determination, good luck . . . or suicide....
Four Money in Politics Lessons from the Corrine Brown Trial
Former Rep. Corrine Brown (D-FL) was found guilty of fraud and tax evasion in federal court Thursday for using money from an unregistered nonprofit, One Door for Education, to pay for personal expenses and lavish events. Testimony at her trial showed in detail how the former congresswoman often used her position to solicit funds for the group. It takes...
Lessons Learned from the Failure of Raptors’ Phase 2b NASH Trial
Raptor Pharmaceutical Corp.announced top-line results of its Phase 2b trial evaluating RP103 in children with confirmed NASH or nonalcoholic steatohepatitis
“Lessons We Can Learn on Leadership and Management from Moses”
This week I want to focus on lessons on leadership and management we can learn from Moses. The lessons from Moses are many. First, Moses is an old man when he leaves the pastoral splendor of the la…
Prosecutors Show Signs Of Lessons Learned From 1st Malheur Trial
Opening statements got underway Tuesday for the trial of the second group of defendants charged in connection with the 2016 armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
Lessons from the video-game industry: 'Freemiums,' trials and targeted promotions
As early entrants into digital entertainment, video game publishers have accumulated nearly 40 years of lessons learned, avoidable mistakes made, and relevant experiences they can share with other digital media and entertainment developers. This article will touch on effective monetization strategies originally developed for video games, and ideas that other media and entertainment players can adapt …
Christine Caine on How to Overcome Life's Biggest Trials
In a recent sermon at Bethel Conference, evangelist and activist Christine Caine delivered a stirring message of resilient hope titled 'Get Off the Mat.' The gist is that people can
Andrew Yaffa: Lessons Learned from My Career as a Trial Attorney
As every case is unique in its own way, each has taught me new lessons in both life and the practice of law. Here's what I've learned.
FDA seeks lessons learned from remote clinical drug trials