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Hospital Outpatient Physician "Supervision": CMS's Latest Rule Offers Greater Operational Flexibility But Still Exemplifies the Issue's Complexity

USA - November 12 2019 A new CMS Medicare Rule for Calendar Year 2020 reduces the default level of supervision required for hospital outpatient therapeutic…

Margaret A. Donohue, Lisa Atlas Genecov, Joseph V. Willey

Florida Supreme Court Rules That Hospital "Adverse Medical Incidents" Reported to a PSO Are Not Privileged From Discovery: Impact on Participating Providers and PSOs

USA - February 22 2017 Southern Baptist Hospital of Florida (Hospital) was sued in a medical malpractice action in which the plaintiff sought to discover records…

Michael R. Callahan

Florida Supreme Court Rules That Hospital "Adverse Medical Incidents" Reported to a PSO Are Not Privileged From Discovery: Impact on Participating Providers and PSOs

USA - February 22 2017 Southern Baptist Hospital of Florida (Hospital) was sued in a medical malpractice action in which the plaintiff sought to discover records…

Michael R. Callahan

Brief in NFL case shows Obama Administration’s antitrust enforcement approach

USA - October 2 2009 The Solicitor General, on behalf of the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), filed an amicus brief this week before the Supreme Court in American Needle, Inc. v. National Football League.

James J. Calder

Food processor and distributor appeals injunction under Robinson-Patman Act

USA - August 7 2009 For the first time in 40 years, a federal court has issued an injunction in a Robinson-Patman case barring a manufacturer from charging different prices to two different customers.

James J. Calder