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October 28, 2020

Romano Law Nurse Corner COVID-19 #33

Rising Cases

Is there any positive news?


COVID-19 numbers still rising.  As of Sunday night, 5 members of Vice President Pence’s staff have tested positive for COVID-19.  The Vice President thus far has tested negative and is continuing with campaigning around the country.

October 19, 2020



October 19, 2020

Amy Coney Barrett and the Supreme Court


October 19, 2020

Romano Law Nurse Corner COVID-19 #32


Is this a plan?

Currently, 38 states have rapidly rising new cases of COVID-19.  Last week, the idea of herd immunity by exposure (i.e. no mask wearing, no limit on gatherings and close contact) re-entered the news cycle as part of the White House official’s strategy of COVID-19 management.  

October 13, 2020

Romano Law Nurse Corner COVID-19 #31

Presidential Immunity?

The Constitution has no provision regarding presidential immunity akin to the speech or debate clause that protects members of Congress in performing their official duties. Nevertheless, most Presidents have claimed the constitutional structure implicitly protects their ability to execute their constitutional obligations.  See Nixon v. Fitzgerald, 457 U.S. 731 (1982) and its progeny.

October 06, 2020

Romano Law Nurse Corner #30

Even the President Can Get COVID-19

What happened? 

September 30, 2020



The Science Behind ‘One Day at a Time’

          Early on, writers are instructed to avoid using clichés like the plague. Clichés are often criticized for leaving one’s audience bored stiff.  Politicians mechanically repeating clichés are discredited and often accused of not playing with a full deck. However, for people in recovery, certain clichés can be worth their weight in gold.

September 30, 2020

Romano Law Nurse Corner COVID-19 #29

To fly or not to fly?


Two studies came out last week raising questions about whether transmission of the coronavirus on lengthy commercial airline flights might be more common than was originally thought. 

September 24, 2020

How Being a Personal Injury Attorney Has Changed Me

Corey B. Friedman, Esq.


When I think back to the decade or so ago when I attended law school, I am completely convinced that there was nothing – no book, no lecture, no video, nothing – that could have prepared me to deal with the intense emotional toll required to be a personal injury attorney.


September 24, 2020

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: The Loss of the Champion of Gender Equality

By: Hali Marsocci