Tag Archives: Scrutinizing

Health Apps and HIPAA – Recent FAQs Highlight Importance of Covered Entities and Business Associates Scrutinizing their Relationships with App Developers

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights (OCR) released a new set of HIPAA FAQs addressing the applicability of HIPAA to certain health apps and the covered entities and business associates that interact with them. These … Continue reading

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Scrutinizing Event-Driven Securities Litigation  

The extraordinary levels of securities litigation filings during 2017 have been the subject of numerous commentaries, including on this blog. In a March 19, 2018 post on The CLS Blue Sky Blog, Columbia Law School Professor John Coffee adds his … Continue reading

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The Unilateral Conduct Working Group: You be the Judge – Scrutinizing a Loyalty Discount & Rebate Case

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Cynthia Lagdameo (FTC) & Charles Webb (Baker Botts) discuss The Unilateral Conduct Working Group: You be the Judge – Scrutinizing a Loyalty Discount & Rebate Case. ABSTRACT: Pricing has never been more complex for companies… … Continue reading

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