With the election of a new Governor, the future of Kentucky’s Marketplace and Medicaid expansion is uncertain; CMS questions Iowa on its Medicaid managed care transition timeline; and the Supreme Court agrees to hear a case on the ACA’s contraception requirement.
On November 2, 2015, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) approved Montana's request under Section 1115 of the Social Security Act to implement its Medicaid expansion.
Nevada's Gaming Control Board announced that fantasy sports will be regulated like other forms of gambling, and ordered operators to halt operation in the state unless and until they obtain gambling licenses.
This case addresses an important issue under CEQA relating to the development of the existing conditions baseline against which project impacts are measured.
In an article in Forbes.com today, the Chair of Manatt's Sports Law Practice Group, Ron Katz, proposed that, in order to preserve amateurism, the NCAA separate from the so-called Power Five schools in football and men's basketball.
Montana receives approval to expand Medicaid beginning 2016; California’s $6.2 billion Medicaid waiver receives pre-approval; and HHS proposes broadening circumstances under which states receive enhanced federal matching funds for services furnished to American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Demonstrating the Security and Exchange Commission's (SEC) stepped-up protection of whistleblowers, national retailer Barnes & Noble revealed in a quarterly filing that the agency is investigating the company's use of employee confidentiality agreements.
A retailer’s motion to dismiss a putative class action challenging price advertising with “compare at” claims was rejected by a California federal court.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has picked its next battle: a proposal to limit the terms of mandatory pre-dispute arbitration agreements in contracts involving consumer financial products or services.
California continues its focus on employment-related legislation.