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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.
Advertisers score win against San Francisco’s sugar-sweetened beverage ordinance
The American Beverage Association, California Retailers Association, and the California State Outdoor Advertising Association (the Associations) won their appeal for a preliminary injunction seeking t...
Part D sponsor assessed CMPs for auto-forwarding requests to IRE
CMS imposed a $3,600 civil money penalty (CMP) against Premier Health Insuring Company for failing to make timely decisions related to Medicare Part D coverage determinations, appeals, and grievances....
State agency, not district court, has exclusive jurisdiction over MaineCare provider termination
A state Superior Court erred when it entered summary judgment declaring that the Maine District Court, and not the Maine Department of Health and Human Services (state agency) had exclusive original j...
FCA retaliation claim dismissed, no protected activity shown
A pharmaceutical company was not liable for retaliation under the False Claims Act (FCA) (31 U.S.C. §3729 et seq.) when no evidence of protected activity or notice to employer was found a federal...