In Justice Kavanaugh’s first written opinion since he joined the Supreme Court, he addressed one of the most ..
On January 1, 2019, portions of the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) Final Rule expanding the availability ..
In federal criminal investigations, corporate health care providers have faced a Department of Justice ..
As recounted in our recent analysis of the 2018-19 New York State Budget (“Enacted Budget”), ..
Last week, in LeadingAge New York, Inc. v. Shah, the New York Court of Appeals addressed Department of Health ..
A doctor who covers for a colleague has an immediate legal duty to care for his colleague’s patients ..
New York State does not require hospitals to insure medical malpractice claims, ..
Anthem Inc. has agreed to a $115 million settlement to resolve a class action lawsuit relating to a 2015 ..
In United States ex rel. Wood v. Allergan, Inc., the Second Circuit addressed the issue of whether a violation ..
Changes to the healthcare market nationwide could manifest if these 5 lawsuits make it to the highest ..
As the battle over the future of the Affordable Care Act (the “ACA”) continues, New York State scored ..
On Wednesday, August 8, CMS filed a proposed rule clearing the way for the federal government to continue ..
In our blog post of July 10, 2018, we discussed the key elements of the Final Rule issued on June 21, 2018 ..
The recent New York Court of Appeals decision in Stega v. New York Downtown Hospital provides strong ..
In a decision last week that could affect $12 billion that insurers assert is owed by the federal government, ..
EDNY Judge Brian Cogan recently addressed the False Claims Act public disclosure bar and original source ..