Dealing a blow to merchants nationwide, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower court and upheld the rules promulgated by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve capping fees on debit interchange and establishing antiexclusivity requirements for payment card networks.
Manatt’s Sports Practice Chair, Ron Katz, conducted a so-called “fireside chat” with NFL Hall of Famer Joe Montana on March 20 at the West Coast M&A Conference of the Association for Corporate Growth, where Montana was the keynote speaker.
Instagram scored a victory in California when a federal court judge dismissed a putative class action against the company over changes to its terms of service.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) gives states the option to establish a Basic Health Plan (BHP)—an alternative coverage vehicle for lower-income individuals who would otherwise be eligible for Marketplace coverage.
The modern era of HIE-related public policy began in May 2004 with the appointment of the first national coordinator for HIT and the release of the federal government’s first comprehensive HIT strategy document. At that time, however, federal support for HIT did not have significant funding ...
Don’t believe everything you see on TV or read on the Internet – at least not from ADT Security Systems.
Same-sex sexual harassment made headlines recently after the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission reached settlements with two different employers.
What happens when a company with prior express consent to call a consumer’s mobile phone contacts that number only to find that it now belongs to someone else?
The federal government recently issued sub-regulatory guidance that will allow states to receive 98.7 percent to 99.3 percent of the cost of providing 12 month continuous coverage to adults newly eligible for Medicaid in expansion states.
A federal court judge has ordered Overstock to pay more than $6.8 million for deceptively advertising the original list price of products.