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Are health courts coming to a state near you?

Buried in the White House’s federal budget plan is a proposal to encourage states to reform their medical malpractice laws.

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New HIPAA rules create lots of health care contract work

Lawyers can expect to be busy in the coming year reviewing and revising contracts of health care entities and related businesses in light of new proposed HIPAA rules. The rules spell out the new HIPAA obligations that Congress included in ...

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Employers get guidance on ‘grandfathering’ provision in health reform law

An interim final rule clarifying the grandfathering provisions for employers under the health care reform law contains surprises that raise the stakes on advising companies about their health plans.

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