• 03.02.17

    Capped Federal Medicaid Funding: Implications for Texas

    Under the current system, the federal government matches state spending on Medicaid so long as the state follows federal Medicaid rules.

  • 03.02.17

    Manatt on Medicaid: Monthly Expansion Recap, February 2017

    A three-judge State Appeals Court panel heard an appeal of the Maricopa County Superior Court's decision that Arizona's Medicaid expansion plan was passed legally, according to the Arizona Republic.

  • 03.02.17

    FTC Fights Back in LabMD Suit

    The Federal Trade Commission demonstrated its intention to fight for the power to regulate data security by filing a 111-page brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in which it argued that the agency properly found that LabMD's practices ran afoul of the law.

  • 02.28.17

    Medicaid at a Crossroads: What's at Stake?

    Today, Medicaid is the nation's largest health insurer and the single largest payer in every state, covering more than 20 percent of the total U.S. population.

  • 02.28.17

    Manatt on Health Reform: Weekly Highlights, February 28, 2017

    The Kansas House sends approved Medicaid expansion legislation to the Senate; governors remain divided on Medicaid reform; and the Kaiser Family Foundation publishes a new library of 108 Medicaid expansion studies.

  • 02.27.17

    Ninth Circuit Sends Employment Dispute to Arbitration

    The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit sent an employment dispute to arbitration this week, reversing a denial of the employer's motion to compel arbitration.

  • 02.27.17

    New State-by-State Toolkit Highlights Challenges in Capping Medicaid Funding

    With key leaders in Congress proposing major changes to Medicaid financing through the adoption of a block grant or per capita caps, Manatt has prepared a new toolkit for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s State Health Reform Assistance Network to help states and others assess the potential ...

  • 02.23.17

    Ninth Circuit Tackles Several TCPA Issues in Gym Texting Case

    Retailers communicate with their customers frequently as an essential part of their business.

  • 02.23.17

    Not-So-Smart TV: Vizio Settles Over Data Collection

    For installing software on smart TVs and collecting viewing data on 11 million consumers without their knowledge or consent, Vizio, Inc. will pay the Federal Trade Commission and the New Jersey Attorney General $2.2 million and change its practices.

  • 02.22.17

    Growth of Digital—Home and Abroad

    If there is one truism in the world of digital media, it is the simple fact that our technology and consumption habits are evolving in tandem with one another and at an exponential rate.