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By Jan Kubicz
The Eighth Circuit has recently reviewed whether a pharmacy benefit manager ("PBM") is a "health benefit plan" within the meaning of the state statutes in Mississippi, North Carolina, and Georgia such that a pharmacy may bring a claim to enforce the any willing provider laws against PBMs.
By Małgorzata Grzelak
The Polish Government published on 11 January 2019 a first draft of the bill regulating terms of stay of UK nationals ...
By Asel Ibraimova
The key highlights of the Policy are summarised below.
By Larry Schiffer
Insurance companies often have their backs against the wall in any dispute.
By Jordan E. O'Connell
Under California's Proposition 65 (Prop 65), any business with 10 or more employees that manufactures, sells, or distributes any consumer product containing a listed substance in California – directly or indirectly – must label the product with a clear and reasonable warning.
By Daniel B. Pasternak
Majority Rules That Skycap's Complaint About Bad Tipping Was Not Protected Concerted Activity
By Ann J. LaFrance, Chloe Rankin
The UK Parliament has today, 15th January 2019, rejected the Government's Brexit withdrawal agreement with the EU.
By Larry Schiffer
Last summer, a New York state motion court granted a petition by the title insurance industry challenging a New York State Department of Financial Services ("DFS") regulation
By Theresa Rakocy
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has announced revised guidance (2019 Revised Patent Subject Matter Eligibility Guidance)
By Daniel B. Pasternak, Melissa Legault
On January 15, 2019, the United States Supreme Court held in New Prime Inc. v. Oliveira that a trucking company could not compel its drivers, which it classified as independent contractors
By Larry Schiffer, Garon Anthony
Below are the top 10 blog posts from our Insurance & Reinsurance Disputes Blog for 2018.
By Christina Knox, Thomas Zeno
Resolving corruption problems found during international mergers and acquisitions should be more certain in the New Year.
By Sven Collins, Michi Tsuda, Mimi Brouillette
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has withdrawn a controversial policy, first introduced in 2010, which changes how much a Medicaid disproportionate share hospital (DSH) may receive annually in supplemental DSH payments.
By Melissa Legault
As most readers of this blog are aware, the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA") and analogous state laws prohibit employers from discriminating against qualified employees (and applicants)
By Squire Patton Boggs LLP
As users increasingly use nontraditional modes of communication, such as social media and instant messaging applications, email and VoIP, in place of traditional telephone and data services,
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