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The Medicare Secondary Payer Act and The Continued Impact on Litigation and Claim Handling Programs

A USLAW EduNet Webinar
Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014
1-2 p.m. ET

The two qui tam cases filed by Hayes and Takemoto as relators on behalf of the U.S. Government seeking the recovery of civil penalties and damages under the False Claims Act has brought renewed attention upon the self-insured, carrier... more

Sign up today: Discovery of Social Media Evidence and Use of Social Media Evidence at Trial

A USLAW EduNet Webinar brought to you by the USLAW Internet Media & Privacy Group
Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014
1-2 p.m. ET

Whether you like it or not, social media usage has exploded. Consequently, it is an unrivaled source of evidence for all types of cases. It has been seen largely in cases involving... more

San Antonio, Boston named destinations for 2015 USLAW NETWORK Client Conferences

USLAW will be headed to San Antonio, Texas, and Boston, Mass., for the 2015 Spring and Fall Client Conferences, respectively. The spring event will be held April 9-11, 2015, at JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa in San Antonio followed by the fall event from Sept. 17-19, 2015, at the... more

LATEST LEGAL NEWS

Virginia: No-Fly Lawsuit Allowed to Proceed

A judge has rejected the federal government’s effort to dismiss a lawsuit over the constitutionality of the no-fly list on the grounds that the lawsuit would expose state secrets.

Girl, 7, Barred From a Connecticut School Over Ebola Concerns Goes Back to Class

The family of Ikeoluwa Opayemi, 7, had sued the Milford school district after she was told to stay away from class for 21 days following a trip to Nigeria.

Mets Deny Bias in Ticket Official’s Firing

The Mets and their chief operating officer, in court papers filed Friday, denied accusations made in a lawsuit by a former senior ticket-sales executive who said that she had been discriminated against for being pregnant out of wedlock.

Lawsuit Says Rental Complex in Queens Excludes Ex-Offenders

The Fortune Society, a social services group, said the operators of the Sand Castle in Far Rockaway have a policy of not renting to people with criminal records.

Judge Orders Trial in ‘Blurred Lines’ Case

A federal judge said a trial was needed to determine whether the hit song “Blurred Lines” copied elements of Marvin Gaye’s music.

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EUROPEAN LEGAL NEWS FROM TELFA

How to disclose multi-unit franchise offerings

Multi-unit franchising is a good way to grow a franchise system quickly.  We now have guidance on how franchisors should present multi-unit franchise offerings. The North American Securities Administrators Association, Inc. (NASAA) adopted a Multi-Unit Commentary September 16, 2014.  Its message was this:  Starting in early 2015, registration states will not ...

Estate Planning 101: The Basics

Most people (including me) take a long time to solidify their estate planning documents. We lead busy lives, and we do not consider these documents to be priority items. From a philosophical standpoint, that may make sense. But, from a practical family standpoint, it does not. In over 29 years ...

Restrictions on online selling through selective distribution systems – a hot topic in German law

Background Turnover from internet sales of products has surged in recent years. For vendors, online selling offers unprecedented possibilities. Online platforms such as eBay and Amazon are booming. Manufacturers meanwhile, particularly at the high end of the market, are trying to counter this by prohibiting their vendors from selling goods ...

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