There exist various statutes in the United States which allow payers to be reimbursed a portion of their payment, when there is recovery from third parties. Florida’s embodiment of this concept is in ... Read More
I recently ran across an analysis from 2014 that was interesting. Reuters noted that U.S. Supreme Court's Alito ends recusal in Aereo TV case. That might not be a headline that draws many outside the ... Read More
In 2016 I wrote that Recent Decisions may Caution Supervisors. That post discusses cases on supervisor liability, one from Oregon and one from Missouri, McComb v. Norfus and Cheese. The court there ... Read More
I've had the opportunity to be within ear shot of the Atlantic and Pacific ocean on several occasions this year, including later today as I drive from Fresno to San Francisco. Staring at and listening to an ... Read More
You may recall that we recently blogged about whether the Medicare Secondary Payer (MSP) Act, a Federal law, preempts State law. A Maryland case quite succinctly addressed this question several ... Read More
An educational decision was recently rendered by the Texas Fourteenth Court of Appeals, styled In Re Atlantic Sounding Co., Inc.. It is a proceeding for a writ of Mandamus (seeking an order to ... Read More
Report Links Big Pharma Marketing to Opioid ODs Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - According to a report in the Journal of the American Medical Association, areas of the country that saw higher amounts of marketing by pharmaceutical manufacturers ...