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Trump’s Win Expected to Bring Significant Legal and Regulatory Changes
Download our white paper, “Trump’s Win Expected to Bring Significant Legal and Regulatory Changes” for an analysis of the potential impact of the Trump Administration on Tax, Health Care and Life Sciences, Banking and Financial Services, Federal Securities, Antitrust and Competition Law, Labor and Employment Law, Employee Benefits, Payroll, Pension and Retirement, Energy and Environmental law, and Government Contracts.
FCA suit against Siemens alleging irregularities in hormone level tests dismissed
A federal judge in New York found that a False Claims Act (FCA) suit filed against Siemens by a competitor’s employee that alleged irregularities in hormone level testing was barred by the FCA...
Embellished time records, notes not sufficient to prove false claims
Evidence that a physical therapist was recording longer meeting times with patients in his notes than he actually spent with them and not completing treatments was not enough to show that the notes...
Warnings, labeling for an FDA-approved generic drug preempt state claims
State tort-law claims based on an alleged failure by a generic drug manufacturer to provide adequate warning labels for a generic drug were preempted by federal drug regulations applicable to generic...
Sixth Circuit sticks with ‘improper motive’ standard for EMTALA claims
The Sixth Circuit affirmed the dismissal of Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) claims related to a patient’s stroke and spinal injury, finding that its own precedent...