• 11.14.22

    New York State Election Update

    Democratic candidates swept New York’s statewide offices, while “down ballot” races were more mixed, with several races too close to call.

  • 11.10.22

    Final CY 2023 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Extends Some Telehealth Flexibilities Post-PHE

    In March 2022, President Biden signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2022, an omnibus funding bill that included several telehealth provisions aimed at ensuring a smooth transition after the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency.

  • 11.10.22

    NCAA Division I Board Updates Guidance on School Involvement in NIL Activities

    The NCAA Division I Board of Directors issued updated guidance for the NCAA Interim Name, Image and Likeness Policy to clarify certain permissible and impermissible activities by institutions that are involved in the NIL activities of their currently enrolled student-athletes.

  • 11.07.22

    New York State Master Plan for Aging

    On Friday, Governor Hochul issued a new executive order to establish the New York State Master Plan for Aging.

  • 11.04.22

    California General Election Outlook

    As in years past, hundreds of millions of dollars are being spent to sway voters in California before the general election.

  • 11.02.22

    Positioning for Value-Based Cancer Care: Lessons and Opportunities

    The past 20 years have brought tremendous progress in cancer outcomes with improved screening and new treatments, such as immunotherapy, but with these innovations and our country’s aging population, escalating care costs and quality variation continue to confound the system.

  • 11.01.22

    340B Anti-Discrimination Provisions: A Review of Proposed and Enacted Legislation by State

    The 340B Drug Pricing Program, which was enacted in 1992 by Section 340B of the federal Public Health Services Act, requires pharmaceutical manufacturers that participate in the Medicaid program to provide covered outpatient drugs at significantly reduced prices to certain health care providers and ...

  • 10.28.22

    Contract Terms Protect Seller From Marketer’s TCPA Violations

    A contract prohibiting Telephone Consumer Protection Act violations protected a seller when its marketer allegedly ran afoul of the statute, according to a decision from a Tennessee federal district court.

  • 10.28.22

    Company Policy Protects TCPA Defendant

    Evidence of a company policy requiring employees to inform customers about receiving texts helped a Telephone Consumer Protection Act defendant win a partial summary judgment motion in Texas federal court.

  • 10.28.22

    TCPA Suit Over Doctor’s Calls Fails

    A doctor’s calls to his patients informing them of his plans to reduce his caseload and encouraging them to join his new, limited practice fell under the “health care messages” exception to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, a Maryland federal court found, granting the ...



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