Obamacare’s ‘risk corridor’ program: Litigation status and prospects

Apr 18, 2017 By: David Kaufman

Health law attorneys Deborah Dorman-Rodriguez and David M. Kaufman analyze the controversy surrounding Obamacare’s “risk corridor” program — which was designed to

Insurers exit from rural ACA plans: Is a reversal possible?

Oct 20, 2016 By: Deborah Dorman-Rodriguez

Aetna’s August announcement that it will exit the Affordable Care Act marketplaces, commonly known as the “exchanges,” in 11 states for the

Clinical Research To Implement Long Overdue Changes to the “Common Rule” for the Protection of Human Subjects

Dec 28, 2015 By: George F. Indest, III

Lawmakers acknowledge that since the implementation of the “Common Rule” in 1991, the volume and landscape of research involving human subjects have changed quite considerably.

Healthcare Competition: Providers and Insurers

Oct 15, 2015 By: Janelle Filson Wrigley

The healthcare industry presents a wide range of complex antitrust issues. In addition to the FTC and DOJ’s involvement, state antitrust enforcement and private litigation are also common.

Global Healthcare becomes latest REIT to face shareholder activism

Nov 7, 2014 By: Pamela S. Park

Although the real estate investment trust sector has not traditionally been a target of activist investors, that appears to be changing.

How the Florida Information Protection Act of 2014 May Impact Health Care Providers

May 20, 2014 By: Lance O. Leider

The Florida Legislature recently passed the Florida Information Protection Act. If signed, it would impose stringent new requirements on numerous businesses that handle personal information.