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Attorney Bill Whelan, Co-chair of Mintz Levin's Life Sciences Practice, discusses exit strategies in the life sciences....more
Certain payment models created under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act intended to coordinate care and lower healthcare costs raise questions concerning the tax-exempt status of debt issued by certain healthcare...more
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- Policy Spotlight: Affordable Care Act 6
- Case Spotlight: Best Practices in Down-Round Financings &...more
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On June 26, 2012, the IRS published proposed regulations that provide guidance on additional requirements for charitable hospital organizations for financial assistance and emergency medical care policies, charges for certain...more
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There have been several noteworthy property tax rulings that have been issued in March and April involving medical instruments, the valuation of commercial property, Tennessee’s charitable exemption, and the payment of...more
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- Boards of Directors Emerge Victorious in Recent Executive Pay Lawsuits
- IRS Issues Guidance on Reporting Employer-Sponsored...more
2011 End of Year Plan Sponsor “To Do” Lists
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Excerpt from: Food and Drug Regulators Step up Prosecution of Corporate Officers for Misconduct:
U.S. regulatory authorities recently have made increasing use of a long dormant doctrine to prosecute...more
As summarized in our previous advisories, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act anticipates the creation of accountable care organizations comprised of physicians, hospitals, and other health care suppliers.
According to OIG, NIH lacks information on institutional conflicts and the impact these conflicts may have on NIH sponsored research
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The Red Flags Rule
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The People’s Republic of China recently eased its restrictions on foreign capital investment in the health care industry to promote private medical institutes and the establishment of wholly foreign-owned medical...more
eDiscovery firms are now sought by IT for cloud storage, management, and preservation capabilities....more
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..SEC Publishes Report from Forum on Small Business Capital Formation
..CFTC-SEC Committee on Emerging Regulatory Issues to Meet
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On or before May 22, 2010, the Treasury Department is expected to announce regulations implementing the Qualified Therapeutic Discovery Project Credit. The announcement will put in motion the process by which the Treasury...more
In this issue:
..FINRA Issues Guidance on Master Accounts and Sub-Accounts
*PRIVATE INVESTMENT FUNDS
..Treasury Secretary Recommends That European Commission Maintain Level Regulatory...more
Among the varied provisions in the voluminous Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a/k/a the Health Care Reform Bill, Congress has appropriated up to $1 billion in tax credits and grants to defray the costs of...more
Welcome to the first edition of Mintz Levin’s Emerging Companies Update. The Update seeks to provide timely information on business and legal issues impacting the emerging business and venture capital communities.
According to a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers and the National Venture Capital Association, venture capital (VC) investing hit a five-year high in 2006, with $25.5 billion invested. Notably, the Life Sciences sector, which...more
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