On November 18, 2015, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released a final rule setting forth a number of key amendments and clarifications to its Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR).
Guidance from HHS and Treasury sets a high bar for 1332 waiver approvals; Kentuckians support Medicaid expansion and their State Marketplace despite plans to change course; and South Dakota's executive budget includes funds for Medicaid expansion.
Reiterating its stance against arbitration agreements that prohibit class or collective actions, a panel of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ordered a California-based grocery chain to revise its employment agreement.
Earlier this week a sea change began to occur in the NCAA, when President Mark Emmert started to substitute the word "student" for "student-athlete."
To avoid a second trial in litigation initiated by Michael Jordan challenging the use of his likeness in a commemorative issue of Sports Illustrated, the basketball legend announced a deal with the defendants.
In a new advisory, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) provided a reminder to all covered entities of the importance of underwriting and administering purchased loans and loan participations as if the loans were originated by the purchasing institution.
Reports show that the San Bernardino shooter took out an online marketplace loan a few weeks prior to the attacks.
The Third District Court of Appeal upheld the use of a categorical exemption for a rodeo event held on fairgrounds owned by the 14th District Agricultural Association (Association).
Do hang tags on clothing forming the basis of a trademark and copyright infringement lawsuit constitute an advertising injury?
A flurry of support for Medicaid expansion this week…with Virginia hospitals backing a provider assessment, Wyoming's Governor putting forth a budget initiative, and Arkansas announcing plans to extend its waiver.