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California Court Upholds Expansive Definition of Recoupment

The Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California examined the scope of the doctrine of recoupment for Medicaid and related payments, allowing the deduction by the state. The court held that the California...more

Hospital Sales: No State Approval Required for Non-Operating Debtor

The Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California determined the Attorney General’s approval was not required for the sale of a non-operating, non-profit hospital because the hospital no longer qualified as a...more

Key issues facing the UK residential care home sector

by DLA Piper on

Historical backdrop - The collapse of over 750 care homes operated by the Southern Cross group in 2011 following rapid expansion financed by the sale of leases of its homes exposed the financial risks inherent in the...more

Overcoming the obstacles and realizing the benefits of a chapter 11 healthcare restructuring

by DLA Piper on

Many healthcare businesses, both for-profit and not-for-profit, have faced financial distress. Among the factors that may contribute are lower reimbursement rates, changes in the delivery of services, regulatory shifts, and...more

Finally A Clear Ruling On A Much Needed Bankruptcy Preference Defense

by Saul Ewing LLP on

The United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware has finally clarified that the administrative expense claim for goods delivered post-bankruptcy filing may be set off – dollar for dollar – to reduce any open...more

Can Competition Produce Less for Creditors?

Working with distressed businesses always presents a wide array of challenges. Solving a distressed company’s problems, or your problems with it, rarely is limited to a single legal discipline, set of laws or state or federal...more

Long Term Care Lenders Beware: Could You Be Liable For Patient Care?

by Baker Donelson on

Plaintiffs are increasingly seeking to extend to remote lenders liability for alleged negligent care of residents in long term care facilities. The current strategy is to use "alter ego and veil piercing" theories which claim...more

Health Law Alert: Five Things Directors of Nonprofit Health Care Providers Can Learn from Lemington Home

by Baker Donelson on

Recently, a federal appeals court in In re Lemington Home for the Aged revived claims brought by unsecured creditors against the directors and officers (D&Os) of the insolvent Lemington Home for the Aged when it reversed a...more

Points & Authorities - Special Issue Fall 2011

by Buchalter on

In This Issue: - A Good Way to Give Bad News: Recent Amendment to California’s Breach Notification Statute - Accountable Care Organizations: The Private Sector Will Lead - New Faces - Points from the...more

Why Long-Term Care Insurance is Important to Doctors

by IKE DEVJI on

One commonly overlooked area a doctor’s personal planning is the possibility that you or a loved one may need long-term care (LTC) as a result of age, illness, or accidents. In cases where such care is required, the...more

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