AHLA Vaccine, Vaccination, and Immunization Law (Non-Members)
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The ongoing pandemic has highlighted the importance of understanding federal and state law governing vaccines and vaccination. This Second Edition delves into this highly specialized field to explain key issues, including:
- Development and distribution of vaccines
- The potential for vaccination mandates
- Redressing vaccine-related injuries
Informed analysis will benefit both seasoned experts and those new to the complex legal framework and multitude of recent changes.
This complete, fully referenced work is a one-stop source for understanding vaccine and vaccination law from every angle. Coverage includes:
- State regulation of physicians, pharmacists, and others who prescribe and administer vaccines
- Public mandates
- Limitations on employers' ability to require vaccination
- Privacy considerations surrounding individuals' vaccination status
- Compensation and potential liability relating to vaccine injuries
- Government regulation of vaccine testing and approval for sale, manufacture, advertising, and distribution
- Regimes for rationing vaccines in the event of a shortage
- Protocols for responding to an epidemic, pandemic, or bioterror attack using an infectious disease
- Patent protection, trademarks, and trade secrets
Moreover, this Second Edition offers helpful state-by-state coverage of vaccination requirements for both health care workers and patients.
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Published January, 2022
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction to Vaccine Law
Chapter 2 Regulation of Vaccines
Chapter 3 Vaccine Patents
Chapter 4 Vaccine Patent Litigation
Chapter 5 Other Intellectual Property Protection for Vaccines
Chapter 6 Vaccination Funding, Payment, and Access Issues
Chapter 7 Vaccine Mandates and Requirements
Chapter 8 Vaccination Exemptions
Chapter 9 Employer Mandates and Other Private Vaccination Efforts
Chapter 10 U.S. State Vaccine Laws
Chapter 11 Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting and Other Reporting Requirements
Chapter 12 Vaccine Injury Claims
Chapter 13 Specific Vaccines and Components
Chapter 14 International and Comparative Vaccine Laws
Chapter 15 Anti-Vaccine Activism and the Law