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By Oliver Massmann
According to the World Bank, Vietnam has one of the fastest growing economies in the world—7.1% GDP growth in 2018, and 6.7% at the mid-point of 2019
By Kathleen O'Malley, Elizabeth Mincer
On July 25, 2019, New Jersey enacted Assembly Bill 1094 (herein referred to as the "Salary History Ban Law").
By Justin M. L. Stern, Ryan Wesley Brown
The rule proposed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) would require that all facilities licensed as hospitals within their respective states
By David Feldman
A few months ago, a real estate company brought an action against the Securities and Exchange Commission, and apparently the SEC now has been served
By Richard Renck
On August 7, 2019, the Supreme Court of Delaware issued an opinion making clear that no presumption exists under Delaware law that the corporate books and records a stockholder
By Jovalin Dedaj
The Supreme Court's landmark ruling in United States v. Davis, 588 U.S. ___ (2019), has opened the floodgates to hundreds of petitions seeking to overturn convictions under the residual clause of Section 924(c).
By Susan Kayser
On July 23, 2019, the U.S. Senate Finance Committee held a hearing where a representative of the Government Accountability Office testified on elder abuse in nursing homes.
By Eric Sinrod
While issues relating to Brexit and Boris Johnson becoming the Prime Minister of England have tended to dominate the news across the pond.
By Patricia Hofstra
As healthcare providers and entities merge, consolidate or close their doors, record management and unclaimed property obligations are among the concerns that must be addressed.
By Christopher Durham, Natalie Hrubos, James Hollihan
Pittsburgh's paid sick leave law is back on track after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court declared it valid on July 17, 2019, following several years
By Delphine O'Rourke
Hospitals, health insurers and a variety of other healthcare entities do not have to be ready for a July 22 go-live date for the Trump administration's "Conscience Rule."
By Angelica A. Zabanal
The bills are now headed to the Committee on Appropriations for a vote. Any bills amended by the Senate will need to return to the Assembly for a vote and a possible reconciliation.
By Christopher H. Casey, Frederick Ball, Lisa Clark, Stephen Honig, Jennifer Kearns, Johann Yi-Der Lin, Ph.D., Jiazhong (Jason) Luo, Vicki Norton, Ph.D., Ryan Smith, Ph.D., Carolyn Alenci
On June 24, 2019, in response to a directive from Congress, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a report to the House and Senate Appropriations Committees on the use of the FTC's
By David Kahn
In my last post, I discussed the dynamics behind materiality scrapes with respect to purchase agreement representations and warranties, and indemnification provisions.
By Delphine O'Rourke
In The Wharton Healthcare Quarterly, Duane Morris partner Delphine O'Rourke writes:
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