Monday, March 5, 2007

Potential Bias in Outsourced Risk Assessment

The LA Times has the story of a regulatory agency tasked with evaluating human risks of various chemicals outsourcing that work to Sciences International.  One potential problem: Sciences International has extensive work with industry, including entities with products regulated by the agency.

Lots of on-the-one-hand and on-the-other-hand in the story, and it's worth reading all the way through.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/tortsprof/2007/03/potential_bias_.html

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how many out there truley know about real tort laws??? how many have their UCC/redemption papers done ??? How many have their U.N. filed Documents of Sovereignty so you are the lawful equal to any other Nation as you are that Nation 'Head of State"???? I did it , Hundreds of others have done it and HELLO poeple its the LAW.......

Posted by: Brody | Mar 15, 2007 6:52:02 AM

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