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A Crack in the Armor: Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Gives Green Light to Enjoining Medicare Recoupments Pending Provider’s Long-Delayed Administrative Appeal

In an important break with the majority of case precedents, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, reversing the District Court below, held that a Medicare provider, facing a $7.6 million recoupment for alleged overpayments, can file … Continue reading

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New York’s Court of Appeals Gives New York Personal Injury Lawyers and Their Clients A Big Gift

Warning:  This blog may be a little too “legalese” for many of my readers, but it is an important development in New York personal injury law, so I feel compelled to write about it for my many lawyer-readers and others … Continue reading

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New Standard of Materiality in FCA Litigation Gives Wake to New Vigor for Defense

In the world of litigation healthcare providers can potentially fall victim to the False Claims Act (“FCA”) when they file medical claims for reimbursement from either Medicaid or Medicare. FCA claims against hospitals and other healthcare related entities usually involve … Continue reading

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IM Director Blass gives updates on board outreach, ETF, and index fund issues

By Lene Powell, J.D. Division of Investment Management staff is “firing on all cylinders” on many projects including engaging with boards of directors and developing new valuation guidance, working to get an ETF rule on the books, and refining the … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Gives the Go Ahead to Trump Travel Ban

The Trump travel ban was one of the most contentious executive orders of 2017. In December, the U.S. Supreme Court finally allowed the ban to proceed pending more detailed legal challenges. The justices allowed the third Trump travel ban to … Continue reading

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