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By Jordan Cohen
Over the last few weeks, we published a number of posts examining important developments and trends in 2018 as well as what we expect to see in 2019.
By Thomas Burton III, Abraham Reshtick
The federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 created a tax incentive program (the "Opportunity Zone Program") that has the potential to provide a significant amount of funding for the development of renewable energy projects.
By Katie Weider, Rodney Whitlock
With the recent scoop from Politico that the Trump Administration is considering giving states the ability to implement Medicaid block grants, there has been considerable speculation
By Ellen Shapiro, Peter Saparoff, Joel Rothman
In 2017, courts across this country were split on whether plaintiffs could assert a class action alleging claims under the Securities Act of 1933 (which provides a private right of action
By Rodney Whitlock, Constance M. Garner, Frank C. Guinta, Alexander Hecht, Katie Weider, Eli Greenspan
It's now the 24th day of the partial government shutdown and we have yet to see signs of a breakthrough. There doesn't seem to be much of any negotiating happening at the moment either.
By Laurence Freedman, Daryl M. Berke
On January 15, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in a hotly-contested case involving a challenge by hospitals over when Medicare's instructions to its contractors impact
By Brendan Lowd
In FLSA litigation, employers often face difficult decisions in trying to minimize legal exposure.
By Christie Martin
On December 31, 2018, the Department of Treasury and Internal Revenue Service released long-awaited proposed regulations (the "Proposed Regulations") ...
By Brian Dunphy, Laurence Freedman
Last year, as we previously discussed, there were two significant Department of Justice (DOJ) policy developments that are applicable to False Claims Act (FCA) litigation:
By Rodney Whitlock, Eli Greenspan, Katie Weider
The partial government shutdown is on its 17th day with no end in sight. In this week's preview, we discuss how reaching a solution is challenging for both sides and implications for legislating going forward.
By Karen Lovitch, Brian Dunphy, Laurence Freedman
As expected, extensive litigation concerning materiality has ensued.
By Ellyn Sternfield
The Federal Courts gave the America Hospital Association and 340B covered entities a late Christmas present and in doing so may have dealt a blow to the Trump Administration's initiatives
By Eoin Beirne
Criminal healthcare enforcement in 2018 once again focused heavily on opioids, targeting manufacturers, prescribers, dispensers ...
By Michael R. Graif, Rithika Kulathila
This year the Supreme Court, United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and the Circuit Courts penned a number of opinions impacting trademark law.
By Gilbert Samberg
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided that the Federal Arbitration Act ("FAA") requirement that courts enforce arbitration agreements according to their terms.
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