By Emre Ilter
The defendant, Lincare Holdings, Inc., is a national respiratory care provider that serves Medicare Part B patients via the sale and rental of medical oxygen supplies.
By Anne Becker
, Jeffrey M. Holdvogt
, Jeffrey Arnold
Near the end of 2016, the US Department of Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) published two significant sets of proposed regulations on issues pertaining to defined benefit pension plans.
By Mary Kay McCalla Martire
A series of twelve bills have been introduced, all of which are interlinked for passage. The bills are termed the Illinois "Grand Bargain."
By Gregory Heltzer
, Melanie Hallas
A private lawsuit filed by Retrophin Inc. (Retrophin), under then-CEO Martin Shkreli, likely triggered an investigation by the FTC into a consummated transaction.
By Lisa Schmitz Mazur
, Ryan Marcus
, Marshall Jackson, Jr.
Utah is one of the many states that started off 2017 with proposals to change its existing telehealth laws and regulations. Proposed Utah HB 154 (the Proposed Bill)...
By Jessica Bayles
, Joel A. Hugenberger
The Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) and solar industry representatives and advocates have reached a settlement on rooftop solar compensation and rate design, following years of heated policy debate.
By Marshall Jackson, Jr.
, Shelby Buettner
, Lisa Schmitz Mazur
, Dale Van Demark
This bill comes after a six-year-long battle between telemedicine stakeholders and the Texas Medical Board, and will better align Texas' regulations with those found in other states.
By Melanie Hallas
, Gregory Heltzer
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has looked at licensing boards many times in the past and advocated for regulations with less restriction that promote competition.
By Amy Gordon
, Susan Nash
On Monday March 6, 2017, the House Republican leadership in the Energy and Commerce and Ways and Means Committees unveiled their signature bill to "repeal and replace" the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
By Hilary Webber
To bring a claim for antitrust damages, indirect purchasers must show that they have antitrust standing.
By Laura McLane
On March 2, 2017, the US District Court for the Southern District of New York applied the materiality standard announced by the Supreme Court of the United States in Universal Health Services...
By Marc Sorini
Understanding the U.S. market for alcohol beverages, including beer, requires an understanding of the three-tier system. Whether viewed with deep reverence or great scorn...
By Martino Sforza
Rolls-Royce is active in the development and manufacture of aircraft engines and power systems for civil aerospace, defense aerospace, marine and energy applications.
By David Rogers
, Brian Tiemann
, Emily Rickard
The future of the fiduciary rule—originally set to be implemented this upcoming April—remains uncertain after the White House directed the United States Department of Labor (DOL) to reevaluate...
By Marc Sorini
Last week, the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission ("TABC") circulated a draft amendment of Texas' name and address labeling regulation for "malt beverages" (beer).