Published: October 15, 2018

​Physicians, athletic trainers and other sports medicine professionals who travel to another state with an athletic team to provide medical care for that team will now have the benefit of being able to provide medical services for members of the team within the scope of the license in their "home" state and also have the protection of the professional liability insurance policy as if the services were provided in their "home" state.

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Published: January 22, 2018

At midnight Saturday, January 20, the United States federal government shut down when the deadline for Congress to pass appropriations legislation expired. Although the House of Representatives had previously passed a stopgap bill providing government funding through February 16, the Senate failed to reach a compromise, largely due to disputes over immigration issues.

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Published: January 4, 2018

Earlier today, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memorandum to all U.S. Attorneys in which he rescinded, effective immediately, several previous U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) guidance documents* related to marijuana enforcement. The most notable of these now-rescinded memoranda is the 2013 Cole Memorandum (Cole Memo).

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Published: November 27, 2017

​Rebecca Abrams Sarelson, a partner in the Firm’s Business and Finance Practice, authored this article highlighting what Trump's tax proposal could mean for business owners and investors. The article explains the proposed tax framework and how it could impact business owners and investors.

To read the full article, click here.

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Published: October 13, 2017

Trump’s October 12, 2017 executive order took aim at reducing health care costs by rolling back several key Obama-era administrative rules implemented pursuant to the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”).

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Published: October 12, 2017

BREAKING NEWS: On Thursday, October 12, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order aimed at striking down Obama-era rules implemented pursuant to the Affordable Care Act. The order directs the Department of Labor to develop rules extending the maximum length of short-term insurance policies from three months to one year, and permitting similar small businesses to “band together” to obtain health insurance through association health plans. The actual text of the executive order is pending. More updates will follow this afternoon.

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Published: September 27, 2017

Updated Wednesday, September 27, 2017 

After a closed-door meeting on Tuesday, September 26, 2017, Senate Republicans decided against holding a vote on their most recent effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”): the Graham-Cassidy bill. The decision comes after three Republican senators announced their opposition to the bill.  
 
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