Across states, Black and Latino(a) people have received smaller shares of COVID-19 vaccines compared to their shares of the total population, despite experiencing disproportionately higher rates of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths.
As the nation experiences unprecedented levels of behavioral health needs—even further exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic—state Medicaid programs have increasingly looked for flexibility to craft services and payment models that support improved access and outcomes.
Most of California’s 58 counties are moving to reopen the majority of their business sectors, consistent with Phase 3 of Governor Newsom’s COVID-19 Resilience Roadmap.
The Federal Circuit held that an invention that improved a user’s experience did not improve computer functionality and therefore was not patent eligible.
This month, a majority of states are beginning to adjourn their 2021 legislative sessions.
On June 2, 2021, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak signed SB260, which expands Nevada consumers’ right to opt out of the sale of personal data to include data brokers in addition to website owners.
The COVID-19 pandemic spurred a dramatic increase in virtual care adoption and use.
Interpreting the Supreme Court’s ruling in severing the government-backed debt exception from the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), a federal court in Delaware held that a debt collector could be liable under the statute for claims that arose prior to the Court’s decision.
Adopting a broad definition of a common carrier, a West Virginia federal court declined to grant a motion to dismiss from several voice service providers in a putative Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action lawsuit.
Uncertainty about whether a plaintiff’s phone number was used for business or residential purposes put an end to his attempt to lead a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action, according to a federal magistrate judge in Oregon.