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By Douglas Gillette, Glenn G. Rybacki, Judith Blank, Namita Tripathi Shah
Beginning August 19, all newly entered or materially modified management contracts will be subject to the Internal Revenue Service's new safe harbor guidelines for determining whether...
By Michael Bissinger, Michael Dell
On August 7, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed into law S726 revising the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD).
By Day Pitney LLP
An August 8 article in Bloomberg BNA's Health IT Law & Industry Report and other publications, "Federal Advisers Likely to Push for Better Health Data Exchange," discussed the Government Accountability Office's August 3 announcement of the first 15 appointments to the Health Information Technology (HIT) Advisory Committee.
By Susan Huntington
As part of its 2018 Medicare Hospital Inpatient Prospective Payment System and Long Term Acute Care Hospital Prospective Payment System Final Rule released on August 2, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) withdrew a controversial rule that would have required national accreditation organizations, ..
By Benjamin E. Haglund, Sylvia-Rebecca Gutiérrez
In a ruling expected to favor defendants, the Supreme Court recently reversed California's attempt to broaden the scope of personal jurisdiction over nonresident defendants.
By Day Pitney LLP
An August 3 article in Bloomberg BNA's Privacy Law Watch, "DNA Testing Company Shakes Alaska Privacy Claims," discussed the decision by an Alaska federal court in Cole v. Gene by Gene Ltd. to reject the attempt by a group of customers to sue a genetic testing kit company in a class action. Day Pitney's Eric Fader was quoted in the article.
By Erin M. Healy
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) does not provide for a private right of action allowing affected individuals to sue to enforce its provisions.
By Jonathan Davis, Helen Harris, Dennis Kearney, Mark Morgan, Stanley Twardy Jr., Daniel Wenner, Steven Cash, Danielle Corcione
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit was quite busy in July. It issued three WCR-worthy opinions.
By Susan Huntington
Included as part of its final rule on the Conditions of Participation for Home Health Agencies, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) added another six months to its existing ban preventing non-emergency ambulance suppliers and home health care agencies in six states from enrolling in Medicare and Medicaid as part of an ongoing effort to combat fraud.
By William Goddard, Jonathan Davis
By August 28, a mere month from now, financial institutions licensed in New York are required to have in place the first series of cybersecurity protections mandated by stringent new regulations...
By Day Pitney LLP
We often think of trusts primarily as vehicles for saving taxes or for preserving the assets of minors or adults who are unable to manage their own assets.
By Day Pitney LLP
Massachusetts taxpayers should keep an eye on two developments. First, a proposed constitutional amendment will be on the ballot in 2018.
By Day Pitney LLP
At the time of our December 2016 update, there was a near-universal belief that tax cuts would be high on the agenda of President Trump and a Republican Party that controls both houses of Congress.
By Katharine A. Coffey, Christopher Stracco, Craig M. Gianetti
The Appellate Division affirmed the Chancery Division's decision finding that many of the competitor's arguments were without merit.
By Susan Huntington
On July 25, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office for Civil Rights (OCR) announced that it has implemented several changes to its web-based breach-reporting portal (commonly referred to as the "Wall of Shame"), which lists healthcare data breaches of 500 or more patient records dating back to 2009.
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