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Occurrence of Elder Abuse Remains High for Dementia Patients

Today, an estimated 5.5 million Americans have been diagnosed with the tragic memory, thinking and behavior disease, Alzheimer’s – one of the most common forms of dementia. As these people age, 75 percent of them will be admitted to a nursing … Continue reading

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As N.Y. Nursing Home Chain Prepares to Grow, Mistrust Remains

After reaching an agreement with the Attorney General, a New York nursing home chain is prepared to grow throughout the tri-state area. The Brooklyn retirement home chain, Allure Group, came under heavy criticism after purchasing a retirement home and assisted … Continue reading

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Compounding Remains an FDA Priority: Agency Announces 2018 “Compounding Priorities Plan” and Several Compounding Guidances, Including Guidance on “Essentially Copies” and Repackaging

By Karla L. Palmer — Last week FDA announced the release of its 2018 “Compounding Priorities Plan.” FDA also released several guidance documents in the wake of its announcement, such as its final guidance on essentially copies of commercially available … Continue reading

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Trump’s Tax Reform Affects Settlements of Sexual Harassment Claims, But Training Remains the Best Answer

Just days before we rang in 2018, in the wake of the #MeToo movement, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act became the law, including the special clause titled “Denial of Deduction for Settlements Subject to Nondisclosure Agreements Paid in Connection … Continue reading

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Telemarketing by Charity Fundraisers Remains an FTC Enforcement Priority

The FTC’s Northwest Regional Office has, for decades, led federal law enforcement efforts to investigate and shut down alleged fraud in the charity fundraising industry (state attorneys general are even more active in this space, as we’ve noted in previous … Continue reading

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