Bigger than COVID--The State of Vaccine Law

Date: 05/29/24
Time: 2:00-3:30 PM ET

* Please Note: registration closes at 11:59 PM ET the day before the live event. No further registrations will be accepted once registration has been closed *

Live closed captions are available.

Overview: The COVID-19 Pandemic may be over, but there have been substantial developments in every area of vaccine law that health law attorneys and their clients need to know about NOW. This session will update participants about the major changes and trends in the law of vaccine regulation, intellectual property, access and funding, mandates and exemptions, injury compensation, and responses to antivaccine misinformation.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Participants can discuss ramifications of the latest state and federal vaccine case law, regulations and statutes.
  • Participants can describe health care organizations' vaccine-law compliance duties and related institutional policies/procedures.
  • Participants can summarize legal issues regarding vaccine development; intellectual property; distribution/allocation; payment; and liability/indemnity/immunity.

Speaker Information:

Denise Hill, JD, MPAAssociate Professor/Attorney, Drake University/Whitfield & Eddy, PLC

Richard Hughes IV, JD, MPHPartner, Epstein Becker & Green

Dorit Rubinstein Reiss, JDProfessor of Law, Chair of LitigationUniversity of California Hastings College of the Law

Brian Dean AbramsonAdjunct Professor of Vaccine Law and Author "Vaccine, Vaccination, & Immunization Law"Florida International University College of Law


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