Tag Archives: Decisions

3 common errors in BVA “continuity of symptomatology” decisions.

The BVA is a creature of habit – and they have long been in the habit of making mistakes. In fact, something like 70 – 75% of all BVA decisions appealed to the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC) are … Continue reading

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Status of State Medicaid Expansion Decisions: Interactive Map

Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) – “To date, 37 states (including DC) have adopted the Medicaid expansion and 14 states have not adopted the expansion. Current status for each state is based on KFF tracking and analysis of state expansion activity. … Continue reading

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Co-Parenting: More Decisions As Kids Get Older

If parents separate when their children are young, hopefully by the time the children are teens, they have a level of cooperation that provides for smooth co-parenting decisions. And if the children are teens when the parents separate, it can … Continue reading

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How Does the Court Decide Who Gets to Make Decisions Regarding the Children?

The most important decision for parents going through a divorce is what happens to the children. Parents often will be appointed joint managing conservators, which means they will share in the decision about where the children live, where they go … Continue reading

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Commission Implementing Decisions on temporary equivalence of UK CCPs and CSDs

On 4 April 2019, there was published in the Official Journal of the EU: Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2019/544 of 3 April 2019 amending Implementing Decision (EU) 2018/2031 determining, for a limited period of time, that the regulatory framework applicable … Continue reading

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