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Lost profits as damages

November 28 2011 We’ve often seen provisions in contracts that purport to limit damages, usually including a reference to lost profits.

Employers Beware: Employment Authorization Extension Receipts Can Convey Ongoing Work Eligibility

April 14 2017 Does an Employment Authorization Extension Filing Receipt Mean That an Employee Can Continue to Work After Expiration of His or Her Employment…

Tax Alert - 2017 Installment Sale Tax Planning to Benefit From Pending Income Tax Rate Decreases

April 3 2017 Congress and the Trump Administration have expressed a strong desire for new legislation to significantly reduce individual and corporate income tax…

Medicare’s “3-Day Rule” Continues to Challenge CMS and SNFs

March 18 2019 Federal Medicare law requires that a Medicare beneficiary be admitted as an in-patient in a hospital for at least three consecutive days, not counting…

Most-favored-nation clauses face continued antitrust scrutiny

July 31 2013 The recent federal court decision that Apple violated the antitrust laws in the e-books case has again focused attention on the possible risks of…

Michigan Adult-Use Marijuana Sales Exceed $1B in 2021, Creating Millions of Dollars for Schools, Municipalities, and Roads

March 28 2022 On March 24, 2022, the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) announced record-breaking sales numbers in Michigan’s adult-use industry for the…

Cyberattack Reporting Requirements Included in Spending Deal

March 17 2022 Cybersecurity legislation that would impose new hack…

Long-Running Antitrust Case Challenging Sutter Health’s Restrictive Insurance Contracts Ends With a Defense Victory—But Does This Signal “All Clear” for Health Systems?

March 17 2022 A California jury recently rejected antitrust claims brought by a class of California consumers seeking more than $400 million in damages from Sutter…

The California 2022 Trifecta of Paid Sick Leave Laws: Employers Beware

March 11 2022 In the past two years, California lawmakers have focused their efforts on resolving the negative effects of COVID-19 and its variants, placing…

The California Supreme Court Rules that Lenders Have No General Tort Duty to Process, Review, and Respond to a Borrower’s Application for a Loan Modification

March 8 2022 Yesterday, in Sheen v. Wells Fargo (S258019), the California Supreme Court resolved an important issue for the mortgage servicing industry. The court…