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Which "health care providers" are you accepting certifications under the FMLA?

USA - February 1 2010 If you are a "covered employer" under the Family Medical Leave Act ("FMLA") with "covered employees," you should ensure that you are only accepting certifications of serious health conditions from those health care providers allowed under the FMLA

Developers beware: a contractor may be held to be duly licensed even if the contractor's qualifying agent does not approve the permit or supervise the work!

USA - June 15 2015 Although a general contractor's construction of a project, with inadequate supervision and a fraudulently issued permit, may get the contractor in

Nurses and Overtime Pay: Who is Eligible? Who is Exempt?

USA - September 12 2016 For our clients who employ nurses, the question arises on occasion as to whether employed nurses are to be considered exempt employees for purposes of

With Business Contracts, Lost Profits (Not Lost Revenues) Are the Proper Measure of Damages

USA - August 4 2016 In late June, the District Court of Appeal of Florida, Fourth District, reiterated that in a breach of contract case, lost revenue alone is typically

Non-compete agreement not enforceable by successor company after merger

USA - May 30 2012 On May 24, 2012, the Ohio Supreme Court decided the case of Accordia of Ohio, LLC v. Fishel, Slip Opinion No. 2012-Ohio-2297, holding that the language of the non-compete agreements at issue dictated that the surviving, successor company could not have them enforced after a corporate merger as though they had stepped into the shoes of the original company

The Florida Medical Marijuana Law and Your Community Association - What You Need to Prepare For

USA - November 17 2016 With the recent passing of the Florida Medical Marijuana Law, there are two primary concerns for community associations and country clubs as it

NLRB's Persuader Rule Permanently Dead

USA - November 17 2016 Labor lawyers at Roetzel have warned clients about the National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB) controversial "Persuader Rules" for five years

2017 Physician Fee Schedule Includes Clarification of Space and Equipment Rental Exception Under Stark Law

USA - November 17 2016 The Department of Health and Human Services Center for Medicaid and Medicaid Services ("CMS") recently finalized the Calendar Year 2017 Physician Fee

Home Health Pre-Claim Review Halted - Except for Illinois Agencies

USA - October 19 2016 In August 2016, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services ("CMS") began a Pre-Claim Review ("PCR") demonstration for all Illinois-based home

CMS Issues Final MACRA Rule: Expands Exemptions and Flexibility for Smaller Practices

USA - October 17 2016 Last Friday, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) issued its Final Rule implementing the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization