A $23.6 billion verdict against tobacco company R.J. Reynolds is set to change the landscape of tobacco litigation. Here, professor Richard Daynard, the chair of the School of Law’s Tobacco Products Liability Project, lends his expertise to explain the consequences of the case.
In its final meeting of the academic year, the senate re-elected University Distinguished Professor Richard Daynard as chairman of the Senate Agenda Committee and passed several resolutions.
Senate members on Wednesday engaged in a lively discussion, the latest in a university-wide effort to gather feedback about a potential smoke-free policy.
Professor Richard Daynard, chair of the Senate Agenda Committee, discusses a new initiative that builds on Northeastern’s unprecedented momentum, and explains how it works and how faculty can get involved.
On Wednesday, University Distinguished Professor Richard Daynard was elected the new chair of the Senate Agenda Committee at the senate’s final meeting of the academic year.
At the second annual Academic Honors Convocation, Northeastern honored its top faculty, students, staff and alumni.
This summer, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration unveiled graphic new cigarette warning labels that will be required to appear on packages starting next year. We talked to law professor Richard Daynard, the president of the School of Law’s Public Health Advocacy Institute and chair of its Tobacco Products Liability Project, about the effectiveness of warning labels and a lawsuit challenging the new labels’ legality.
With $2.7 million from the National Cancer Institute, a Northeastern law professor will examine how manufacturers exploit the concept of personal responsibility at the expense of public health.
International scholars, policy experts on obesity to establish recommendations for next President to deal with nation’s No. 1 health issue Public health officials, scholars, and legal experts from the United States […]
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