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LLC’s and S-corporations: pass-through entities for start-up companies

USA - June 9 2017 One of the many important decisions that a startup faces is the type of legal entity to form. In many cases the decision is made without much thought

Feds Employ New Tactic in Battle against Health Care Fraud - Allege Violation of the "Travel Act"

USA - June 9 2017 In December of 2016, 21 individuals, including the founders and investors of a physician-owned Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, were indicted by a

Biometric Scanning And The Mark Of The Beast: A Case Of Accommodation Of Religious Beliefs

USA - June 13 2017 Way back in October 2015 I did a post about a religious discrimination suit brought by the EEOC against a Pennsylvania coal company for refusing to

Does A Corporate Dress Policy Trump Religious Grooming Requirements?

USA - June 15 2017 A new settlement brings to mind an old post - which bears reposting. The EEOC just settled a religious discrimination case filed against a Florida

Express scripts requiring performance bonds

USA - June 15 2017 Express Scripts is now requiring some applicants who wish to contract with them to furnish a $500,000 performance bond for at least the first two

Trump Administration Tightens Sanctions Against Cuba

Cuba, USA - June 27 2017 On June 16, 2017, the Trump Administration issued its National Security Presidential Memorandum on Strengthening the Policy of the United States

Anthem Settles Multidistrict Litigation over 2015 Data Breach $115 Deal Sets Record for a Data-Breach Settlement

USA - June 26 2017 Health insurance giant Anthem Inc. reported on February 4, 2015, that its computer systems had been targeted in a "very sophisticated external cyber

Reining in Medicare Costs: New Facilities Fees Rule is now in Effect

USA - June 22 2017 Under Medicare rules in effect since 2000, hospital systems have been permitted to charge so called "facility fees" on top of their normal charges for

Georgia Pharmacy Agrees to Settle False Claims Act Allegations for $2 Million

USA - June 20 2017 The Rhine Drug Company (Rhine) and its owner Carter Clements agreed last week to a settlement with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern

Does A Corporate Dress Policy Trump Religious Grooming Requirements?

USA - June 15 2017 A new settlement brings to mind an old post - which bears reposting. The EEOC just settled a religious discrimination case filed against a Florida