Professional athletes seeking to take advantage of California’s historically beneficial workers’ compensation scheme suffered back-to-back defeats to close out 2013.
A growing number of Medicaid officials believe that coordinating care across the physical and behavioral health sectors is critical to improving outcomes and decreasing costs.
On February 19, 2014, Pennsylvania submitted to CMS an application requesting approval under Section 1115 of the Social Security Act to implement the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Medicaid expansion effective January 1, 2015.
In a twist on the never-ending litigations surrounding “natural” product claims, Procter & Gamble recently filed a Lanham Act suit against Hello Products LLC in New York federal court.
What was the most common type of discrimination charge filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in fiscal year 2013?
The Medicaid expansion under the ACA has triggered a renewed interest in the Health Insurance Premium Payment (HIPP) program, a longstanding option for states to use premium assistance to subsidize employer-sponsored insurance (ESI) for Medicaid-eligible individuals and their families.
The issue of prior consent, and when and if such consent was provided by a consumer before an autodialed call or text is placed, has been hotly contested in Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) cases throughout the country.
Financial institutions have been inundated with information since the release of the final Volcker Rule on December 10, 2013.
The Federal Trade Commission recently settled charges with Nissan North America and its advertising agency over deceptive advertising for the Nissan Frontier pickup truck.
Although the parties reached a $7.25 billion class action settlement of the antitrust suit brought by merchants against Visa and MasterCard over swipe fees, the case is far from over.