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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court reversed a lower court’s ruling Wednesday, saying the date that taxes are paid marks the starting point for a three-year appeal window, rather than when they are finalized with the submission of a company’s annual report.
With the calendar flipping to December, managers gearing up for a fresh round of performance evaluations can avoid setting the stage for legal trouble by taking some simple precautions, like making sure not to paint an overly rosy picture of employees’ work. Here, experts share seven tips to keep in mind heading into the yearly assessment ritual.
In the process of reforming physician Medicare reimbursement Congress and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services have created an interesting juncture in the health care landscape, as one of the real and lasting impacts of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act may well be the formation of new alignments between physicians and hospitals and health systems, say Deborah Kantar Gardner and Peter Holman at Ropes & Gray LLP.
Comments in a recent speech by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions appeared to kill much-needed U.S. Department of Justice guidance for companies. But a closer look reveals that this interpretation is likely a misunderstanding, says David Chaiken of Troutman Sanders LLP.
Nearly a year into the Trump administration, False Claims Act enforcement remains largely unchanged, with the continuing ramifications of the landmark Escobar decision having a much greater impact on the way FCA cases are playing out than the change in U.S. Department of Justice leadership, attorneys say.