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Epstein Becker Green | USA | 9 Dec 2016

What Does It Mean to Be a Recipient of Federal Financial Assistance for Purposes of Section 1557 Compliance?

In May 2016, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) published a final rule implementing Section 1557 of the ACA. Section 1557

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Epstein Becker Green | USA | 6 Dec 2016

Take Five: Views You Can Use December, 2016

Employers in the health care industry are likely to face significant changes under President-elect Donald J. Trump’s administration and should expect

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Epstein Becker Green | USA | 12 Feb 2016

Loose Lips Sink Ships: New Liabilities Under The Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act ("ACA") requires larger employers (50 or more full time equivalents) to offer "affordable" "minimum value" health care to

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Epstein Becker Green | USA | 3 Jul 2013

HEAL advisory: Employer Mandate delayedemployers get welcome relief from penalties until 2015, but many questions remain

In reaction to employers' concerns about the many difficulties posed in efforts to comply with the Employer Mandate provisions of the Affordable Care

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Epstein Becker Green | USA | 19 Oct 2012

Employer-sponsored wellness program held lawful under the ADA

An employer’s wellness programdespite certain “penalty” provisionswas recently held not to be discriminatory under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in Seff v. Broward County.

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Epstein Becker Green | USA | 15 Oct 2012

Employer-sponsored wellness program held lawful under the Americans With Disabilities Act's safe harbor provision

An employer's wellness programdespite certain "penalty" provisionswas recently held not discriminatory under the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA") by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in Seff v. Broward County.

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