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On the Eve of Oral Arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court in King v. Burwell: Obamacare in the Balance

As every healthcare geek and Supreme Court wonk will tell you, on March 4, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument in King v. Burwell (an amalgamation of four cases – King v. Burwell, Halbig v. Burwell, Pruitt v....more

Manatt on Health Reform: Weekly Highlights - February 2015 #2

HHS ramps up for the final week of open enrollment. Families buying into CHIP in Pennsylvania are granted tax relief, and though Medicaid expansion efforts seem to have hit a wall in Tennessee and Wyoming, Arkansas assures...more

Year in Review: Legislation and Guidance for Financial Institutions in 2014

2014 was a year replete with new legislative and regulatory initiatives impacting federally regulated financial institutions. The key initiatives introduced or implemented in 2014 are outlined in our annual year in review....more

Illinois Industrial Insured Self-Procurement Tax Guidance Announced

As we have previously covered in detail, at the end of its 2014 regular legislative session, the Illinois General Assembly enacted a multimillion dollar tax on Illinois companies using captive insurance arrangements. The law...more

Manatt on Health Reform: Weekly Highlights: December 2014 #4

With the holiday season underway, this week the Federal government awarded $110 million in exchange establishment grants, released proposed rules to permit employees to receive employer-sponsored insurance and tax credits,...more

Unfinished Business: Illinois General Assembly Fails to Repeal Self-Procured Insurance Tax

Despite a strong effort by a coalition of opponents, efforts to repeal the new Illinois self-procured insurance tax law in the veto session of the Illinois General Assembly were unsuccessful. As a result, the law will take...more

Manatt on Health Reform: Weekly Highlights: November 2014 #2

With the conclusion of the midterm elections last week and open enrollment just around the corner, this week’s news highlights both renewed pledges from the opposition and a flurry of implementation activity in the states....more

Dueling Districts on Major Challenge to Federal Health Reform

Are Employers in States Without Exchanges Subject to Penalties? In two highly technical and comprehensive rulings out July 22, 2014, two federal districts came to opposite conclusions on a key remaining challenge to...more

ACA’s Deductible Limits for Small Groups Repealed

On April 1, 2014, President Obama signed into law the Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014. The primary purpose of the law is to provide a one-year delay of a 24% reduction in payment rates for physicians who participate...more

Health Care Reform Implementation Update - March 13, 2014

This week President Obama released his Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Proposal, which provides useful information on his priorities for the year but, as is normally the case, is not likely to gain much traction; the administration...more

FY 2015 Budget Tax Proposals Target Insurance Companies

On March 4, the Obama Administration released its fiscal year 2015 budget (FY 2015 Budget). In keeping with the Administration’s past budgets, the FY 2015 Budget includes a number of tax proposals that target insurance...more

Massachusetts Governor Proposes Insurance Industry Pass-Through Tax

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick released his proposed FY 2015 budget on January 22, 2014. The proposed budget includes a tax provision that is targeted directly at the licensed insurance industry. Currently, income...more

Health Care Reform Implementation Update - January 24, 2014

In a high-stake but relatively uneventful series of negotiations, the House and Senate passed a continuing resolution to fund the government through September, averting another government shutdown. Also over the past week,...more

Il Pay-as-You-Go pubblico e privato: davvero diversi? Un confronto Europa - Us [settimo capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e...

Settimo capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e Futuro del PayGo in Italia, Europa, Us", di Nicola C. Salerno [nicola.salerno@tin.it - 0039 347 9023927 - twitter nicolacsalerno]...more

Il Pay-as-You-Go attraverso i Programmi di Stabilità [sesto capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e Futuro del PayGo in Italia,...

Sesto capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e Futuro del PayGo in Italia, Euriopa, Us", di Nicola C. Salerno [nicola.salerno@tin.it - 0039 347 90.23.927 - twitter nicolacsalerno]...more

Appendice 1.2 al primo capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e Futuro del PayGo in Italia, Europa, Us"

Appendice 1.2 al primo capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e Futuro del PayGo in Italia, Europa, Us", di Nicola C. Salerno [nicola.salerno@tin.it]...more

Appendice 1.1 al primo capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e Futuro del PayGo in Italia, Europa, Us"

Appendice 1.1 al primo capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e Futuro del PayGo in Italia, Europa, Us", di Nicola C. Salerno [nicola.salerno@tin.it]...more

La demografia dell’Italia e delle Regioni italiane. Uno sguardo alle proiezioni a medio-lungo [primo capitolo del progetto di...

Primo capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e Futuro del PayGo in Italia, Europa, Us", di Nicola C. Salerno [nicola.salerno@tin.it]...more

Demografia, Occupazione e Produttività in Europa e Us [quarto capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e Futuro del PayGo in...

Quarto capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e Futuro del PayGo in Italia, Europa, Us", di Nicola C. Salerno [nicola.salerno@tin.it]...more

Demografia, Occupazione e Produttività in Italia e nelle Regioni Italiane [terzo capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e Futuro...

Terzo capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e Futuro del PayGo in Italia, Europa, Us", di Nicola C. Salerno [nicola.salerno@tin.it]...more

La demografia in Europa e in Us. Uno sguardo alle proiezioni a medio-lungo [secondo capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e...

Secondo capitolo del progetto di libro "Presente e Futuro del PayGo in Italia, Europa, Us", di Nicola C. Salerno [nicola.salerno@tin.it]...more

Paul & Patty’s Potluck: Budget Conference Could Have Big Implications for Tax Reform

After weeks of tense negotiations, Congress passed legislation on October 16, 2013 to end the government shutdown and raise the debt ceiling. As part of the deal, congressional leaders agreed to establish a conference to...more

Health Care Reform Implementation Update - October 22, 2013

After 16 days of government shutdown, Congress voted to reopen the government and avert default without defundingthe Affordable Care Act, delaying the individual mandate, stripping the medical device tax from the law or...more

Events moving fast in Congress: the shape of things to come?

The next two days in Congress will be characterized by fast-moving developments on the government shutdown/debt ceiling issues. As of this morning the situation is as follows...more

As shutdown week 2 approaches, 4 subtle signs of a possible deal

Congressional sources indicate, however, that a deal might not come together politically until very close to the October 17 - 18 deadline at which Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has warned Congress that, absent additional...more

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