September 2018 Archives

What is the difference in conservatorship and guardianship?

In most states, the terms "guardian" and "conservator" are interchangeable. They each refer to a person who is appointed to make decisions regarding living arrangements, medical care, financial and personal matters of a person, referred to legally as a "ward", who is no longer capable of making such decisions for himself. A guardian or conservator may be appointed by a person who is likely to need their services in the future, or may be court-appointed when the need arises if arrangements have not been addressed.

Oxycontin maker denies responsibility in opioid epidemic

In May of 2018, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery, III, filed a lawsuit on behalf of all Tennessee taxpayers against Purdue Pharma, the maker of the highly addictive prescription drug, Oxycontin. Although initially filed under seal, the records have recently been ordered opened and have become available for public viewing. They contain multiple disturbing claims regarding aggressive sales tactics by representatives of Purdue Pharma, as well as false advertising.

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