As the healthcare industry moves towards value-based purchasing, pay-for-performance, and other payment reform models, industry leaders have
Those in the business of providing healthcare services to Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries are all too familiar with the federal anti-kickback
Employers who just last year revised their application forms to eliminate initial questions about past arrests and convictions, now have to revise
The EU strictly controls outbound transfers of personal data. U.S. companies must therefore move cautiously when transferring data from the EU to
In 2011, when the Food Safety Modernization Act was passed, it sought to revamp food safety in the United States. Since then, the Food and Drug
Skid-e-kids and the FTC announced a settlement this week over FTC charges that Skid-e-kids and its operator Jones O. Godwin violated the Children's Online Privacy Protection Rule (COPPA Rule) and the FTC Act.
An online retailer recently agreed to be enjoined from making misrepresentations that it is in voluntary compliance with the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework.
The Internal Revenue Service launched a new program on September 21, 2011 that will enable many employers to resolve past worker classification issues and achieve certainty under the tax law at a low cost by voluntarily reclassifying their workers.
False Claims Act liability has been based on defendants falsely certifying their compliance with laws and regulations.
The SEC today adopted rules and forms to implement Section 21F of the Exchange Act entitled "Securities Whistleblower Incentives and Protection."