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Wisconsin Supreme Court Agrees to Review Prado Case Challenging Warrantless Blood Draws on Incapacitated Drivers Under Wisconsin’s Implied Consent Law

USA - November 11 2020 Recently, the Wisconsin Supreme Court voted to accept review of State of Wisconsin v. Dawn M. Prado, in which the Court of Appeals struck down a…

Cara Tolliver.

D.C. Circuit Upholds 340B Drug Reimbursement Cuts: Is This the End of the Road?

USA - August 7 2020 Last week, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals (the “Court”) reinstated a rule cutting reimbursement rates for drugs purchased at a substantial…

Dan Miller, Elizabeth A. Elias, Heather D. Mogden, Lindsey Croasdale, Todd A. Nova.

Wisconsin Supreme Court Strikes DHS Recoupment Policy Requiring ‘Perfect’ Documentation of Medicaid Services

USA - July 17 2020 On July 9, 2020, the Wisconsin Supreme Court held that the Wisconsin Department of Health Services’ (“DHS”) recoupment policy requiring ‘perfection’…

Dan Miller, Heather D. Mogden.

Wisconsin Statute Permitting Warrantless Blood Draws from Unconscious Drivers Held Unconstitutional

USA - July 15 2020 On June 25, 2020, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals struck down a state statute permitting police to order warrantless blood draws from incapacitated…

Robin M. Sheridan.

Creditors or Debt Collectors: Hospitals’ Potential Liability Under FDCPA

USA - October 1 2019 On September 4, 2019, a Florida district court rendered a decision that could pose significant compliance concerns for health care entities engaging…

David B. Honig, Kiel Zillmer, Stephane P. Fabus.