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By Carrie E. Meigs
All healthcare providers who participate in Medicare and/or Medicaid should be aware of the OIG's priorities for the coming year.
By Thalia S. Rofos
This month, Governor Newsom approved two new employee-friendly bills which extend the statute of limitation for claims under the Fair Employment and Housing Act.
By Jonathan Kepko
In 2017, the California legislature passed SB 258, known as the California Cleaning Product Right to Know Act.
By Richard Goldberg, Kevin W. Yoegel
Halloween is a great time to masquerade as your favorite supernatural or otherworldly character, generating harmless screams and candy.
By Deron Roberson
The TIP Act was passed as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2018.
By Dylan C. Whitelock-Wolff, Elizabeth Dill
Importantly, a "business-to-business" exception was also added, similarly effective until January 1, 2021.
By Priscilla O'Briant
Insurers should be familiar with NRS 687B.145, commonly referred to as Nevada's anti-stacking statute.
By Jill Collins
(Limitations On Insured's Recovery of Punitive Damages Under UM/UIM Policies For Different Types of Losses)
By Andrew Bell
(Insurer's Denial of Long-Term Disability Benefits Where Job Accommodations Are Not "Realistically Available" May Expose Insurer to Bad Faith)
By Meryl Mills
For some employers, this development will require considerable changes to existing policies and practices governing lactation in the workplace.
By William Sung
AB 51 applies to arbitration agreements entered into, modified, or extended on or after January 1, 2020.
By Taylor McKnight
The new regulations do not alter current hours-of-service (HOS) compliance regulations.
By Carrie E. Meigs, Justin May
(October 23, 2019) - The False Claims Act (FCA) is designed to deter abuse and fraud of government benefits or contracts by private parties.
By Michael B. Greenberg
Taylor Swift fans might need to calm down after yesterday's decision out of the Ninth Circuit.
By Nanette Turner Kalcik
In today's society, where businesses are increasingly operated remotely and employees are spread across the country,...
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