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By Jeremy Blackowicz
On June 8 and June 9, Jeremy Blackowicz co-moderated the two-day American Intellectual Property Law Association Trademark Bootcamp...
By Day Pitney LLP
A June 12 article in Bloomberg BNA's Privacy Law Watch and other publications, "HHS Offers Health-Care Companies Cyberattack Response Checklist," reported that the Department of Health and...
By Erin M. Healy
A new report published by the Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Inspector General concludes that the CMS made an estimated $729.4 million in overpayments...
By Day Pitney LLP
A June 7 article on Bloomberg BNA's Health Care Blog, "Does the Health-Care Industry Have a Handle on Cybersecurity?," discussed the recent report by the Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force that makes recommendations to boost cybersecurity. Day Pitney's Eric Fader was quoted in the article.
By Eric D. Fader
Massachusetts-based electronic health records (EHR) vendor eClinicalWorks (ECW) and several of its employees will pay nearly $155 million to settle allegations that it violated federal law...
By Jonathan Davis, Helen Harris, Dennis Kearney, Elizabeth Latif, Mark Morgan, Stanley Twardy Jr., Daniel Wenner, Steven Cash, Danielle Corcione
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a Memorandum for All Federal Prosecutors to outline the charging and sentencing policy of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
By Day Pitney LLP
A June 1 article, "Blue Cross Exec Tests HIPAA By Describing $12M Patient," in Law360 provides an analysis of a recent incident in which a Wellmark Blue Cross & Blue Shield executive made a public comment about a patient who has accrued $12 million in annual medical bills.
By Eric Runge, Sunita Paknikar
On June 5, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) issued emergency regulations to launch its next major phase of solar energy incentives in Massachusetts.
By Jonathan Tropp, Ira Turner
In Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark International, Inc., No. 15-1189 (2017), the Supreme Court erased a line between foreign and domestic sales, while drawing a bright one between sales and licenses, thus firmly establishing patent exhaustion upon first sale.
By Erin M. Healy
In March, as discussed here, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) published an interim final rule that delayed the effective date of planned cardiac care bundled payment initiatives and the expansion of the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) Model from July 2017 to October 2017.
By Eric D. Fader
On May 23, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York City entered into a $387,200 settlement for failing to appropriately safeguard two patients' protected health information (PHI).
By Day Pitney LLP
An article in Bloomberg BNA's Health Care Fraud Report and other publications, "Trump Budget Anticipates Spending, Net Savings From Fighting Health Fraud," pointed out that while the Trump administration's recent budget request calls for increased anti-fraud funding, HIPAA investigations could languish due to a $6 million cut at the Department of Health and Human Services' ..
By David Swerdloff, Lane Watson
As Day Pitney reported a year ago, the new Connecticut Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (New Act) is poised to replace the existing Connecticut Limited Liability Company Act (Old Act)...
By Jonathan Tropp, Woo Sin Sean Park
In TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Foods Group Brands LLC, No. 16-341 (2017), the Supreme Court upended troublesome and long-standing forum-shopping practices in patent litigation, not to mention the infamous cottage industry of Marshall, Texas, home to more than one-third of all patent cases filed last year.
By Eric D. Fader
CareCore National LLC, a healthcare utilization management company, agreed earlier this month to pay $54 million to settle allegations that it allowed its insurance company customers to inappropriately bill the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
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