Author:Paul Haberman

On Record About Off-Label Usages

A Few Legal Basics on the Off-Label Use of Drugs, Medical Devices, and Medical Systems in New York and New Jersey A doctor’s patients are not guinea pigs on whom new, novel, or experimental treatments are to be undertaken with regularity and impunity. However, it is...

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The Risks of Trying to be Half Man, Half MMAmazing

In Light of New York’s Legalization of Mixed Martial Arts, a Look at the Legal and Regulatory Risks Involved With Alternating Between a Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts Career. On four occasions throughout 2013, colorful former welterweight and super welterweight boxing champion Ricardo “El Matador” Mayorga...

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Overlords of the Rings

What to Contemplate When Signing with a Boxing Promoter There was a time when Don King’s signing of a well-regarded prospect would not have raised many eye brows, as he was essentially the godfather of the sport and responsible for many of its largest events...

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How Boxers Can Get Goosed When They Duck

A Look at the Potential Contractual Implications of Refusing Bouts One professional boxer accusing another of ducking him in order to drum up interest in a potential bout is almost as old as the sport itself. While some may argue that certain ducking accusations in recent...

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