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By Sarah Beth S. Kuyers
Last week, the Office for Civil Rights announced that it had reached a settlement with a contract physician group based in Florida to resolve potential HIPAA violations relating to the sharing of PHI with a vendor.
By The Mintz Levin Healthcare Group
Congress has two weeks to finish up a partial spending deal.
By Timothy McKeon
The United States Supreme Court has agreed to address "[w]hether, under §365 of the Bankruptcy Code, a debtor-licensor's ‘rejection' of a license agreement—which ‘constitutes a breach of such contract,' 11 U.S.C. §365(g)—terminates rights of the licensee that would survive the licensor's breach under applicable nonbankruptcy law."
By Cynthia Larose, Brian Lam
Recently, Amazon refused (registration required) to provide data from an Amazon Echo device in a case involving the a double homicide in response to an order issued by a New Hampshire state judge.
By Peter Saparoff, Joel Rothman, Alain P. Mathieu, Kevin Mortimer, Ellen Shapiro
As we previously noted in this post, the United States District Court for the Northern District of California dismissed the Volkswagen Bondholder Plaintiff's first amended complaint ...
By Alden Bianchi
In the last post in this series, we examined the regulatory response by certain states to the final regulations governing association health plans
By Aaron L. Josephson
Major legislation impacting FDA often accompanies user fee reauthorizations every 5 years.
By Katie Weider, Rodney Whitlock
ML Strategies will continue to monitor the progress of Virginia's waiver request through the CMS approval process.
By Katie Weider, Rodney Whitlock
This rule does not change or remove any of the six protected classes.
By Timothy McKeon
The United States Supreme Court has agreed to address "[w]hether, under §365 of the Bankruptcy Code, a debtor-licensor's ‘rejection' of a license agreement—which ‘constitutes a breach of such contract,'
By David A. Chorney
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights recently announced a no-fault settlement, including a $125,000 penalty and a two year corrective action plan for Allergy Associates of Hartford, P.C.
By Brian Dunphy, Laurence Freedman
The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) filed an amicus curiae brief with the Supreme Court on November 30, 2018 in a closely watched FCA lawsuit, after the Supreme Court asked for the Solicitor General's views.
By Eli Greenspan, Katie Weider, Rodney Whitlock
This week, Congress is expected to pass a two-week extension to avoid a partial government shutdown. This will give both sides time work out the remaining spending bills,
By Rodney Whitlock, Katie Weider
First, while the 2015 guidance focused on the number of individuals actually estimated to receive coverage, the new guidance focuses on the availability of coverage.
By Adam Samansky, Alexander G. Roan
A federal district court judge recently applied the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in WesternGeco LLC v. ION Geophysical Corporation,
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