In the latest changes to California employment law, Governor Jerry Brown signed an amendment increasing the payment to employees for family and disability leave in the state.
The Third Circuit recently approved the settlement between retired NFL players and the NFL regarding concussions.
To no one's surprise, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) proposed rules on May 5, 2016 that will effectively, if promulgated as expected, eliminate most pre-dispute arbitrations arising out of the sale of consumer financial products.
On April 14, 2016, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services released new details on a proposed restructuring of the MassHealth (Massachusetts Medicaid) payment and delivery system.
BPA remains prevalent in the packaging of food and beverage items sold by retailers throughout California.
This month we discuss two interesting court cases involving the False Claims Act (FCA).
On April 15, 2016, Ohio released a draft Section 1115 waiver application to implement the Healthy Ohio Program.
Kanye West's latest drama involves the courtroom—specifically, a putative class action complaint alleging false advertising, unfair competition, and unjust enrichment.
CMS encourages access to Medicaid for eligible inmates transitioning to their communities, while New York seeks to extend Medicaid coverage to eligible inmates in the days prior to release; Pennsylvania seeks to shift $6 billion towards value-based payments in new MCO contracts; and HealthCare.gov ...
Richard P. Lawson has joined the New York City office of Manatt as a partner in the Consumer Protection practice group.