Health care laywer's new podcast to air

Health care laywer Jayne Juvan will air Juvan's health law podcast.

Benesch Friedlander Coplan & Aronoff, LLP announced today that Jayne Juvan's podcast entitled "Blogging for Lawyers" will air on DJ Flash Ferenc's radio show this Saturday morning between 10 and 11 a.m. on WERE. Make sure to tune in!

Benesch's podcast series "The Benesch Beat" was developed by Mark Avsec, an Intellectual Property lawyer at Benesch who is known for being a former keyboardist for Wild Cherry and a Grammy nominee for the hit song "Play that Funky Music, White Boy."

Health care lawyer Jayne Juvan is known for her incisive commentary on health law developments and her affinity for health care legal issues touching on holistic health (including CAM). Her Health Law recaps track the latest political developments in health care law and regulation, including recent posts on:

# Let the Quarreling Begin: Democrats and Republicans Face off over Prescription Drug Pricing
# Attacks Against the FDA Continue
# Medco Settles DOJ/Whistleblower Cases

She also links to sites on Breast Cancer awareness, and to major health law sites including important U.S. government sites such as the:

# Food and Drug Administration
# Federal Register
# Code of Federal Regulations
# United States Code
# Department of Justice
# Office of the Inspector General
# Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services


Law Offices of Michael H. Cohen offers general corporate legal services, litigation consultation, and expertise in health law, with a unique focus on alternative, complementary, and integrative medical therapies.

Michael H. Cohen is also President of the the Institute for Integrative and Energy Medicine, also known as the Institute for Health, Ethics, Law, Policy & Society. The Institute serves as a reliable forum for investigation and recommendations regarding the legal, regulatory, ethical, and health policy issues involved in the judicious integration of complementary and alternative medical therapies (such as acupuncture and traditional oriental medicine, chiropractic, massage therapy, herbal medicine) and conventional clinical care.

The most recent book written by Michael H. Cohen on health care law, regulation, ethics and policy pertaining to complementary and alternative medicine and related fields is an interdisciplinary collection of essays entitled, Healing at the Borderland of Medicine and Religion. This is the fourth book in a series, the first being Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Legal Boundaries and Regulatory Perspectives (1998).