Academic journal article Defense Counsel Journal

President's Page - Volume 86, Number 4

Academic journal article Defense Counsel Journal

President's Page - Volume 86, Number 4

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The IADC has been busy leading up to the Centennial next year with many exciting developments, benefits, and projects in progress. If you have been lucky enough to attend a Regional Meeting or gone on our website where we have a short "hype video" summarizing the first one-hundred years of the IADC, you will see the prominent role that the Defense Counsel Journal plays in our history. The purpose of the video is to highlight the many things the IADC does well, and that includes the Journal, which at 340 issues is the longest running journal dedicated to issues facing defense practitioners. We members should be proud of the Journal, and the articles it produces.

As always, the Editor, Ken Meyer, as well as the entire Journal Board has been hard at work in putting together an outstanding publication. With the help of the IADC's staff, the Journal is and remains one of the finest things we do as an organization. It always provides articles that are informative and timely for our members and the defense bar in general.

This edition is no exception. Peter Durney and Harrison Lebov have authored an article on potential malpractice claims in the arena of prescription drug abuse. …

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