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 The following includes a representative sample of recent decisions, pleadings, and presentations.

PLEASE NOTE: THE DECISIONS PUBLISHED ON THIS WEB SITE ARE NOT AN ALL-INCLUSIVE LISTING OF ALL CASES INVOLVING EMORD AND ASSOCIATES AS COUNSEL. RESULTS DEPEND UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE.  THE RESULTS PUBLISHED HERE DO NOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT A SIMILAR RESULT IN ANY FUTURE CASE UNDERTAKEN BY THE FIRM.


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RECENT SPEECHES:


The Destruction of Solo and Small Group Medical Practices by Medicare (Heritage Foundation) Speech on FDA Violation of First Amendment (FDLI)

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COURT TRANSCRIPTS:


April 10, 2000, Pearson v. Shalala Preliminary Injunction Hearing October 28, 2002, Whitaker v. Thompson Motions Hearing

CONGRESSIONAL TESTIMONY:


Access to Medical Treatment (House Government Reform and Oversight Committee)

FDA TESTIMONY:


Pearson Implementation NLEA and Health Claims to Treat or Mitigate Disease Committee)

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