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Illinois to Require Prescribers to Check the PMP Before Writing Initial Prescriptions for Schedule II Narcotics

USA - December 15 2017 This week, Illinois became one of a growing number of states to require prescribers to check the state Prescription Monitoring Program ("PMP") before...

Shannon F. O'Boye.

U.S. Supreme Court rules that state licensing board is not immune from anti-trust claims

USA - February 26 2015 Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against the North Carolina State Board of Dentistry in a closely-watched regulatory case that will have...

Amy Cotton Peterson.

City of Chicago Imposes Licensing Requirement Upon Pharmaceutical Representatives

USA - December 1 2016 Last week, the Chicago City Council approved an ordinance requiring pharmaceutical sales representatives to obtain a license in order to promote...

Edward D. Rickert, Randall R. Fearnow, Laura D. Pone.

US Supreme Court Confirms Enforceability of Health Care Arbitration Agreements

USA - May 24 2017 Last week the US Supreme Court confirmed that long term care facilities can enforce binding arbitration agreements with its residents. The Court, in...

New CMS Regulation Prohibits Nursing Facilities from Using Pre-Admission Binding Arbitration Agreements

USA - September 29 2016 Yesterday, the Department of Health and Human Services released a final rule that would bar long-term care facilities that participate in Medicare...

Randall R. Fearnow, Jaya F. White, Edward L. Holloran, III, Laura D. Pone.