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By Nicole Jobe, Christina Z. Randolph
Clinical laboratories, recovery homes, and clinical treatment facilities should take note of a new law that expands kickback liability to non-governmental payors.
By Michael Nepple
All is fair in love and war. Political campaigns seem to get a break too, based on a copyright infringement case involving the Republican National Committee's copying of a photograph used in a political advertisement.
By Kevin Young, Jack Jacobson
The Strengthening the Tenth Amendment Through Entrusting States (STATES) Act was introduced in the last Congress
By Mark Sableman, Aaron D. Lacey
In today's highly competitive world, all institutions of higher education must engage in marketing, directly or indirectly.
By Gayle Smith Mercier
On March 15, 2019, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services ("DHSS") released its proposed rules in connection with medical cannabis cultivation facilities.
By Spenser Owens
On March 13, 2019, the USDA conducted a listening session to solicit comments from interested parties to aid in the drafting of rules that implement sections of the 2018 Farm Bill...
By Matthew Hafter
In Frank v Gaos, the United States Supreme Court wrestled with the continuing challenges of "standing" in internet privacy litigation.
By Michael Nepple
As a kid, "because I said so" was my parents' response to any decision I challenged.
By Spenser Owens
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services ("DHSS") released proposed rules regarding medical cannabis facilities on March 15, 2019.
By Kenneth J. Farris
After years of provider feedback, this month CMS provided another indication that potentially significant modifications to the Stark Law are looming.
By Gayle Smith
Some Missouri communities are welcoming the nationwide trend toward legalization of medical cannabis as an expansion of health care options for their residents
By Lauren Newman
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit allowed a secured creditor to retain its lien and therefore the proceeds from a sale, even after the secured creditor mistakenly released its mortgage lien.
By Francis Buckley, Jr.
It is an understatement to say that questionable collateral descriptions in Uniform Commercial Code ("UCC") financing statements have spawned much litigation over many years.
By Robert Wallace, Jr.
By now, most collegiate sports fans are likely well-versed in the commentary surrounding Zion Williamson's injury during the highly anticipated February 20th game
By Michael Nepple
In two unanimous rulings, the Supreme Court limited when a copyright claimant can file suit and how much a successful claimant can recover in litigation expenses.
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