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ACA's Cadillac Tax: Impact and Outlook

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From the program: ACA's Cadillac Tax: Impact and Outlook

Released on: Nov. 4, 2015

Taken from the briefing ACA's Cadillac Tax:  Impact and Outlook recorded November, 2015 in New York. A key provision of the Affordable Care Act is the so-called "Cadillac Tax," a 40% nondeductible excise tax on the value of employer-provided health insurance coverage exceeding specified dollar limits. Controversial when first enacted, the tax has only grown in controversy since enactment. Even though the tax will not be levied until 2018, ...

Affordable Care Act in 2015: The State of the Law for Employers, Individuals, and Health Care Providers Five Years After Enactment

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From the program: Affordable Care Act in 2015: The State of the Law for Employers, Individuals, and Health Care Providers Five Years After Enactment

Released on: Mar. 31, 2015

Taken from the briefing Affordable Care Act in 2015: The State of the Law for Employers, Individuals, and Health Care Providers Five Years After Enactment recorded March, 2015 in New York. This March marks the fifth anniversary of the enactment of the Affordable Care Act. Employers, individuals, and health care providers are now required to comply with the core provisions of the law that expand access and regulate health coverage. Meanwhile, ...

Anatomy of a Successful Hospital-Based Medical-Legal Partnership

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From the program: Anatomy of a Successful Hospital-Based Medical-Legal Partnership

Released on: Dec. 10, 2015

Taken from the briefing Anatomy of a Successful Hospital-Based Medical-Legal Partnership recorded December, 2015 in New York. It is not uncommon for legal issues to affect the health of patients. As more providers turn to holistic care, more providers are looking for solutions to resolve the legal issues that affect the well-being of their patients. Thus, many providers are exploring a medical-legal partnership (“MLP”). A successful ...

California's and New York's Equal Pay Acts: Equal Pay for Equal Work?

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From the program: California's and New York's Equal Pay Acts: Equal Pay for Equal Work?

Released on: Dec. 10, 2015

Taken from the briefing California's and New York's Equal Pay Acts:  Equal Pay for Equal Work? recorded December, 2015 in New York. California and New York recently passed equal pay laws that will dramatically change the landscapes in both states for gender discrimination claims based on actual or perceived pay disparities. Listen to Timothy J. Long and Christopher Wilkinson of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP as they discuss these ...

Emerging Risk Management and Litigation Issues for Health Care Organizations: What Keeps Us Up at Night?

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From the program: Emerging Risk Management and Litigation Issues for Health Care Organizations: What Keeps Us Up at Night?

Released on: Oct. 8, 2015

Taken from the briefing Emerging Risk Management and Litigation Issues for Health Care Organizations:  What Keeps Us Up at Night? recorded October, 2015 in New York. In an ideal world, the health care sector could focus exclusively on its core mission: providing high-quality care, treatment, services, supplies, and products to improve patients’ health and lives. But increased competitive dynamics, expanding government oversight, ...

False Claims Act: 2015 Year in Review

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From the program: False Claims Act: 2015 Year in Review

Released on: Feb. 3, 2016

Taken from the briefing False Claims Act:  2015 Year in Review recorded January 2016 in New York. The False Claims Act (“FCA”) continued to be a significant focus of government and whistleblower activity in 2015.  Although the U.S. Department of Justice reported a slightly lower overall recovery in settlements and judgments from FCA cases (approximately $3.5 billion in 2015), the statute continues to an important tool ...

King v. Burwell: Analysis and Implications of the Supreme Court's Decision

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From the program: King v. Burwell: Analysis and Implications of the Supreme Court's Decision

Released on: Jul. 17, 2015

Taken from the briefing King v. Burwell:  Analysis and Implications of the Supreme Court's Decision recorded July, 2015 in New York. On June 25 at 10:15, Washington breathed a sigh of relief as the Court’s decision in King v. Burwell was announced, rejecting the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Lecture Topics [01:04:17] What exactly did the Court hold? What is the impact on the Affordable Care Act, and ...

Life Sciences Acquisitions and Divestitures: Special Considerations

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From the program: Life Sciences Acquisitions and Divestitures: Special Considerations

Released on: Apr. 23, 2015

Taken from the briefing Life Sciences Acquisitions and Divestitures: Special Considerations recorded April, 2015 in New York. Whether you are acquiring a company or its assets or divesting a portion of your business, if you are involved in mergers and acquisitions relating to pharmaceutical products, biologics, medical devices, diagnostics or similar assets, it is important to understand the products, their regulatory environment, the ...

Mental Stability in the Workplace: Assessments, Accommodations and Responses to Threats and Violence

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From the program: Mental Stability in the Workplace: Assessments, Accommodations and Responses to Threats and Violence

Released on: Nov. 20, 2015

Taken from the briefing Mental Stability in the Workplace:  Assessments, Accommodations and Responses to Threats and Violence recorded November, 2015 in New York. Threats of physical harm in the workplace may arise in a variety of ways, none benign. They range from bullying behavior to blatant homicidal and suicidal statements. Typically, employers must contend with a threatening and aggressive employee while under considerable pressure ...

Protecting LGBT-Headed Families in a Post-Obergefell World

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From the program: Protecting LGBT-Headed Families in a Post-Obergefell World

Released on: Sep. 30, 2015

Taken from the briefing Protecting LGBT-Headed Families in a Post-Obergefell World recorded September, 2015 in New York. The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges has brought nationwide marriage equality to the LGBT community. Even with access to the privileges, benefits and responsibilities of marriage many questions remain for LGBT people and same-sex couples, particularly for those raising children. How does Obergefell ...

Putting Yard-Man Out to Pasture: Supreme Court in Tackett Rejects Inference Regarding Vesting of Retiree Medical Benefits

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From the program: Putting Yard-Man Out to Pasture: Supreme Court in Tackett Rejects Inference Regarding Vesting of Retiree Medical Benefits

Released on: Mar. 10, 2015

Taken from the Web Program Putting Yard-Man Out to Pasture: Supreme Court in Tackett Rejects Inference Regarding Vesting of Retiree Medical Benefits recorded February, 2015 in New York. In 1983, the Sixth Circuit drew an inference that retiree health benefits are unlikely to be left up to future negotiations. Some have referred to this inference as the Yard-Man presumption, referring to the 1983 case that first set forth the inference. The ...

Veteran Benefits: Maximizing Benefits for Servicemembers Discharged for Misconduct

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From the program: Veteran Benefits: Maximizing Benefits for Servicemembers Discharged for Misconduct

Released on: Jun. 2, 2015

Taken from the briefing Veteran Benefits: Maximizing Benefits for Service members Discharged for Misconduct recorded May, 2015 in New York. Not all servicemembers will receive access to veterans’ benefits and services from the VA. A major obstacle to getting health care and services arises when a servicemember is discharged for misconduct. In those cases, the VA will decide whether their conduct should make them ineligible for veteran ...


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