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By George Mikhail
These proposed rules are part of HHS' Regulatory Sprint to Coordinated Care.
By Susan Huntington
While the Order purports to protect and improve Medicare, the lack of specifics in the Order leaves much to interpretation.
By George Mikhail
On September 25, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released a final rule that requires acute-care and critical access hospitals to have an antibiotic stewardship program.
By George Mikhail
On September 26, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released new rules reducing what CMS views as unnecessary burden for health care providers.
By Patrick Gerity, David Doot, Paul Belval
If POLR supplies are obtained through solicitations having a specific contract term, the term of any PURPA purchase contract should match the term of the POLR supply contract.
By Steven Cash, Sara J. van Vliet
Now more than ever, firms and individuals who advise clients that are state-owned or closely affiliated with a foreign government face unprecedented prosecution risk for violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act.
By Kritika Bharadwaj
In the largest settlement pertaining to children's privacy, Google LLC and its subsidiary YouTube LLC on September 4 agreed to pay $170 million to settle charges by the FTC and the New York Attorney General ...
By Francine Esposito, James M. Leva
Employers with more than 100 employees have long complied with the requirement of the EEOC to annually report the number of their employees by gender, race/ethnicity and job category on the EEO-1 Form.
By Daniel Schwartz, Jennifer M. Palmer
Pay equity has been a hot topic. Besides the continued focus on gender inequality driven by the #MeToo movement—the effects of which are still rippling through the nation—
By Mark A. Romance, Katherine A. Coba
In Florida, non-compete agreements are governed by Chapter 542, Florida Statutes, and are generally enforceable as long as the geographical and time restrictions are reasonable in scope.
By Francine Esposito, Gregory Tabakman
On August 6, New Jersey enacted sweeping amendments to its wage and hour laws to create more significant consequences for employers that fail to pay employees properly or retaliate against employees who complain ...
By Francine Esposito, Naju Lathia, James M. Leva
New Jersey has joined a growing number of states, including Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York, in providing employment protections for users of medical marijuana.
By Heather Weine Brochin, Michael Dell, Gregory Tabakman
As we previously reported here and here, New York State started off 2019 by enacting a host of progressive, employee-friendly laws. That trend has continued.
By Francine Esposito, Rachel Gonzalez, Laura H. Schuman
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or Board) has issued a notice of proposed rule-making to enhance employees' free choice during elections to certify or decertify a union.
By Eric Sussman, Keith Bensten
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) recently held that inside sales employees paid entirely through draws and commissions are entitled to separate
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