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(3/25/2013)

Robert Rich

Citation
Health Law and Policy

Professor Robert Rich and co-editor William D. White's book on health policy, federalism, and the American states was cited by the Fordham Law Review. Abbe R. Gluck, Federalism from Federal Statutes: Health Reform, Medicaid, and the Old-Fashioned Federalists' Gamble, 81 Fordham L. Rev. 1749 (2013).

(8/13/2012)

Robert Rich

Citation
Health Law and Policy

Professor Robert Rich and co-authors Christopher T. Erb and Louis J. Gale's article on judicial interpretation of managed care policy was cited by the Elder Law Journal. Professor Rich and Mr. Erb's book on social welfare and health policy was also cited. Daniel Cunix, Note, Unfortu-Nation: America's Libertarian Ethos, and the Rejection of Cost-Effective Rationing in Health Care Reform, 20 Elder L.J. 113 (2012).

(7/9/2012)

Robert Rich

Citation
Health Law and Policy

Professor Robert Rich and co-authors Christopher T. Erb and Rebecca A. Rich's article on critical legal and policy issues for people with disabilities was cited by the Law & Psychology Review. Oren R. Griffin, Social Security Disability Law and the Obstacles Facing Claimants with Mental Disabilities, 36 Law & Psychol. Rev. 147 (2012).

(5/28/2012)

Robert Rich

Citation
Health Law and Policy

Professor Robert Rich and co-author William D. White's book on health policy, federalism, and the American states was cited by the Oklahoma City University Law Review. Eleanor Dearman Kinney, The Real Truth About Death Panels: Comparative Effectiveness Research and Health Reform Legislation, 36 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 667 (2011).

(5/14/2012)

Robert Rich

Citation
Health Law and Policy

Professor Robert Rich and co-authors Cinthia L. Deye and Elizabeth Mazur's article on the state children's health insurance program was cited by the Duke Law Journal. Ronald J. Krotoszynski, Jr., Cooperative Federalism, the New Formalism, and the Separation of Powers Revisited: Free Enterprise Fund and the Problem of Presidential Oversight of State-Government Officers Enforcing Federal Law, 61 Duke L.J. 1599 (2012).

(1/2/2012)

Robert Rich

Citation
Health Law and Policy

Professor Robert Rich and co-author William D. White's book on health policy, federalism, and the American states was cited by the Yale Law Journal. Abbe R. Gluck, Intrastatutory Federalism and Statutory Interpretation: State Implementation of Federal Law in Health Reform and Beyond, 121 Yale L.J. 534 (2011).

(10/31/2011)

Robert Rich

Citation
Politics

Professor Robert Rich's article on misinformation and the currency of democratic citizenship was cited by the Election Law Journal. Jennifer L. Hochschild, If Democracies Need Informed Voters, How Can They Thrive While Expanding Enfranchisement?, 9 Election L.J. 111 (2011).

(9/12/2011)

Robert Rich

Citation
Health Law and Policy

Professor Robert Rich's article on health policy, health insurance and the social contract was cited by the University of Pittsburgh Law Review. Jennifer Fahnestock, Note, Renegotiating the Social Contract: Healthcare as a Natural Right, 72 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 549 (2011).

(8/15/2011)

Robert Rich

Citation
Health Law and Policy

Professor Robert Rich and co-authors Christopher T. Erb and Louis J. Gale's article on judicial interpretation of managed care policy was cited by Issues in Law and Medicine. Benjamin Saunier, The Devil Is in the Details: Managed Care and the Unforeseen Costs of Utilization Review as a Cost Containment Mechanism, 27 Issues L. & Med. 21 (2011).

(8/1/2011)

Robert Rich

Citation
Health Law and Policy

Professor Robert Rich's article on judicial interpretation of managed care policy was cited by the University of Pennsylvania Law Review. Robert I. Field, Government as the Crucible for Free Market Health Care: Regulation, Reimbursement, and Reform, 159 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1669 (2011).

(4/11/2011)

Robert Rich

Citation
Health Law and Policy

Professor Robert Rich and co-author William D. White's article on federalism and health care policy was cited by the Hofstra Law Review. Elizabeth Weeks Leonard, Rhetorical Federalism: The Value of State-Based Dissent to Federal Health Reform, 39 Hofstra L. Rev. 111 (2011).

(3/14/2011)

Robert Rich

Citation
Civil Rights and Discrimination

Professor Robert Rich and co-authors Christopher T. Erb and Rebecca A. Rich's article on legal and policy issues for people with disabilities was cited by the Melbourne University Law Review. Bruce Arnold, Patricia Easteal, Simon Easteal and Simon Rice, It Just Doesn't ADD Up: ADHD/ADD, the Workplace and Discrimination, 34 Melb. U. L. Rev. 359 (2010).

(2/7/2011)

Robert Rich

Citation
Elder Law

Professor Robert Rich's article on health policy, health insurance and the social contract was cited by the Elder Law Journal. Ryan McCarthy, Aegrescit Medendo: Addressing Barriers to Medical Malpractice Litigation Faced by the Elderly, 18 Elder L.J. 391 (2011).

(2/1/2011)

Robert Rich

Citation
Environmental Law

Professor Robert Rich and co-author Kelly R. Merrick's article on the use and misuse of science and global climate change and the Bush Administration was cited by Environmental Law. Robert L. Glicksman, Climate Change Adaptation: A Collective Action Perspective on Federalism Considerations, 40 Envtl. L. 1159 (2010).

(12/20/2010)

Robert Rich

Citation
Civil Rights and Discrimination

Professor Robert Rich and co-authors Christopher T. Erb and Rebecca A. Rich's article on critical legal and policy issues for people with disabilities was cited by the Seton Hall Law Review. Jaime M. Jackett, Transition and Beyond for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDS): A New Jersey Case Study of the Adult Service Sector, its Inherent Shortcomings, and Hope for the Future, 40 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1733 (2010).

(11/29/2010)

Robert Rich

Citation
Health Law and Policy

Professor Robert Rich and co-author William D. White's article on federalism and health care policy was cited by the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law. Elizabeth Weeks Leonard, State Constitutionalism and the Right to Health Care, 12 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 1325 (2010).

(11/8/2010)

Robert Rich

Citation
Elder Law

Professor Robert Rich and co-authors Christopher T. Erb and Louis J. Gale's article on managed care was cited by the Oklahoma City University Law Review. Benjamin Saunier, The Devil is in the Details: Managed Care and the Unforeseen Costs of Utilization Review as a Cost Containment Mechanism, 35 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 483 (2010).