It’s no secret that many are worried about the future of the legal industry. Is reworking the Bar exam the answer?
Pharmaceutical manufacturer discount card usage by government program beneficiaries has been an active area for government action in recent years.
Foreign companies manufacturing in China often “co-develop” products intended for sale in the West.
The list of everyday technologies pioneered or developed by the military before being adapted to civilian applications is a lengthy one: GPS, microwave ovens, jet engines, and radar are just some common examples.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”) recently issued a final rule implementing provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (“ACA”) that pertain to Medicaid reimbursement for covered outpatient drugs (“CODs”) and the Medicaid drug rebate program (the “COD Rule”).
On January 21, 2016, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“Commission” or “EEOC”) released proposed guidance to update and clarify its position on retaliation and related issues under EEOC-enforced laws, including these key points…
On the panel in which I participated during last week’s PLUS D&O Symposium, one of the important topics we discussed was the question of coverage under a D&O insurance policy for claims under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, a topic about which I have previously written on this blog.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review: Petitions for Clean Power Stay; Rural Hospitals Shifts; Superfund Insurance; Size Matters More & Pay Disclosure
Regulatory practice litigation highlights over the past two weeks include the latest round of applications to stay the Administration’s Clean Power Plan, another problematic rework of Medicare rules for hospitals, and a consent decree to propose superfund insurance 30 years after authorization.
This is number five in our series ranking the fifty states on cannabis from worst to best. Alabama was last week, ranking as the fourth worst state for cannabis.
It’s become somewhat of an annual tradition: in the weeks leading up to the National Football League’s championship game, the NFL’s lawyers send out a flotilla of cease and desist letters to anyone who dares to use the phrase “Super Bowl” without being an official NFL licensee, and thoughtful lawyers respond with articles explaining why the NFL is overreaching.