Price Gouging and Scams during COVID-19

Panelists discuss investigations and enforcement activities involving price gouging and deceptive practices related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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The Future of Qualified Immunity in Civil Rights Litigation

The Future of Qualified Immunity in Civil Rights Litigation is the third webinar in the NAGTRI Civil Rights Webinar Series. In this webinar, we will discuss the role of the qualified immunity doctrine in civil rights litigation, the legal and policy arguments for and against qualified immunity, and efforts to reform qualified immunity at both…

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Navigating the New Title IX Regulations

Navigating the New Title IX Regulations is the fourth and final webinar in the NAGTRI Civil Rights Webinar Series. In this webinar, we will discuss the new Title IX regulations that recently went into effect, and the significant implications for state universities and other clients of the attorney general community. This webinar examines those changes,…

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Regional Environment Enforcement Associations

This course covers: what the Regional Environment Enforcement Associations are and how they can help make your administrative, civil, and criminal enforcement programs more successful; why well trained environmental inspectors and investigators are critical to environmental compliance and enforcement cases; and how to work with or join your Regional Environment Enforcement Associations.

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Parens Authority in Antitrust Matters

This course provides an overview of common law parens patriae principles, the codification of those principles in federal and state antitrust statutes, and the unique challenges of exercising and preserving parens standing in antitrust cases.

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“First, Do No Harm”: Criminal Prosecutions of Doctors for Distributing Controlled Substances Outside of Legitimate Medical Need

NAGTRI revisited a 2007 study on physicians who had been prosecuted for prescribing controlled substances. The goal of this project was to determine if there had been any shift in the numbers of prosecutions, patient addictions, or states issuing opioid prescription guidelines since the 2007 study in an effort to curb the opioid abuse epidemic across the country.

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