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The Brand Memo: Establishing “Reasonable and Necessary” In The Face Of DOJ’s New Mandate Prohibiting Reliance On Agency Guidance Documents

USA - February 9 2018 One of the first rules learned by regulatory lawyers in training is the distinction between federal regulations, which have the force of law, and...

Nancy Halstead, Kelly Hibbert.

DOJ Granston Memorandum May Promote Dismissal of Unmeritorious FCA Qui Tam Lawsuits

USA - January 26 2018 Michael Granston, the Director of the Commercial Litigation Branch within the United States Department of Justice's Fraud Section, recently issued an...

Nicole J. Aiken-Shaban, Lawrence Sher, Katie C. Pawlitz.

CMS Finalizes Regulations with Hope of Reducing Medicare Appeals Backlog

USA - January 31 2017 On January 17, 2017, CMS published the final rule titled......

Rahul Narula.

Looking Ahead to a Trump Administration: Health Care and Life Sciences Industry Perspectives

USA - November 10 2016 Observers are digesting what the Trump Administration will mean for the health care and life sciences industry. Forecasting is more challenging for...

Thomas W. Greeson, Debra A. McCurdy, Carol Colborn Loepere, Paul W. Pitts, Elizabeth B. Carder-Thompson, Robert J. Hill, Karl A. Thallner, Jr..

CMS Still Finding Its Way Through Significant Medicare Appeals Backlog - Proposes New Rule in an Effort to Catch Up

USA - August 9 2016 In the proposed rule, CMS focuses on taking administrative actions to alleviate the backlog, including introducing the concept of precedential...

Rahul Narula.