The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has put hundreds of advertisers on notice that they should avoid misleading consumers with ads that make product claims that cannot be substantiated.
Recent bank failures followed by stresses on other regional banks have resulted in a variety of theories of causes and predictable finger-pointing among various constituencies, followed by proposals for new legislative and regulatory restrictions.
It has been busy at the FCC.
Cellphones are not subject to the protections of the federal DNC Registry, a North Carolina magistrate judge has ruled, recommending that a Telephone Consumer Protection Act defendant’s motion to dismiss the suit be granted.
A plaintiff’s Telephone Consumer Protection Act class action claims failed in the face of an established business relationship defense, an Illinois federal court has ruled.
Covered entities are used to ensuring that many different facets of their operations comply with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act rules.
In February 2023, the California Department of Health Care Services published the Medi-Cal for Kids & Teens Outreach and Education Toolkit.
On Monday, April 10, legislators returned to Albany to take up a new round of budget extender bills, as New York State entered its second week of negotiations past the state’s statutory April 1 deadline for on-time budgets.
Many health tech and digital health companies offer subscription or membership services to clients and patients on an auto-renewal basis. Under this model, a subscriber’s credit card is automatically charged on a monthly, quarterly or yearly basis.
In January 2023, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released new clinical practice guidelines on the evaluation and treatment of children with obesity.