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Employment & Labor in Missouri - Lexology Navigator Q&A

USA - August 5 2014 A structured guide to employment and labor law in Missouri

Employment & Labor in Kansas - Lexology Navigator Q&A

USA - August 5 2014 A structured guide to employment and labor law in Kansas

CMS clarifies “incident-to” billing rules: billing physician must supervise incident-to services

USA - November 17 2015 Earlier this year, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) included proposed revisions to the ever-confusing "incident-to" billing rules in its

IRS clarifies impact of health FSA carryover on HSA eligibility

USA - April 10 2014 An internal IRS memorandum has provided much-needed clarification on the interaction between the new $500 carryover rule for health FSA plans and

Drunk employee who fell through roof still gets workers’ comp

USA - June 1 2014 After throwing back a few beers on a Sunday morning, an employee was instructed to repair the roof of a building. While he was on the roof, a swarm

OSHA Record-Keeping Rule Modified

USA - May 13 2016 On May 11th, OSHA issued a final rule modifying the record-keeping regulations. The final rule takes effect in August of 2016. The highlights of the

Protecting Your Workforce from the Zika Virus

USA - April 25 2016 Last week OSHA issued a fact sheet to assist employers with the prevention of occupational exposure to the Zika virus. While the United States has

HHS Announces Opening of Phase 2 HIPAA Audit Program

USA - April 23 2016 The HHS Office of Civil Rights (OCR) has announced the opening of its "Phase 2" HIPAA audit program. We have been anticipating this program for some

E-Verify Expansion

USA - April 22 2016 The trend of states requiring the use of E-Verify continues as Tennessee will require private employers with 50 or more employees to utilize E-Verify

EEOC Lawsuits Seeks to Extend Title VII to Sexual Orientation - Part IV

USA - April 20 2016 Given the rapid pace of changing and polarizing political, legislative, and individual viewpoints on LGBT rights, it’s reasonable to conclude that