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Physician Plaintiff Bound by Arbitration Clause in Nonparty’s Contract

Today’s riddle: A physician sues defendants for defamation. The defendants move to compel the arbitration clause of a contract the physician used to have with a nonparty. The defendants win the argument. What’s the...more

Pending TCPA Petitions (Grouped by Primary Subject Matter)

As 2015 begins, we thought that providing a roundup of and the links to pending FCC TCPA petitions might be useful. The list includes most pending petitions filed since the FCC’s revised TCPA rules came into effect, with the...more

The Reformed Health Care Industry: Creative Structures and Alliances Can Yield Great Benefits, but Also Great Risks

Since the Affordable Care Act (the “ACA”) was enacted in 2010, the health care industry has been on the edge of its proverbial seat waiting to see which care delivery models are best suited to sustain all the changes: to...more

Judge Issues Preliminary Injunction Barring UnitedHealthcare from Terminating Certain Physicians From Medicare Advantage Plans

The United States District Court for the District of Connecticut recently granted Fairfield County Medical Association’s and Hartford County Medical Association’s (collectively, the “Associations”) motion for a preliminary...more

Chiropractors Lack Standing Under ERISA to Assert Claims For Benefits

A federal district court in New Jersey recently dismissed claims asserted by a putative class of chiropractors seeking to enjoin the procedure used by UnitedHealth to determine the necessity of certain treatments administered...more

Eastern District Concludes That ERISA Preempts Negligent Misrepresentation Claim

Korman v. Consolidated Edison Co., No. 12-CV-1561 (JFB-ARL) (E.D.N.Y. Jan 16, 2013): The plaintiff brought the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and common law claims against his benefits provider,...more

SCOTUS Declines Review in Case Allowing Health Care Provider to Pursue State Law Misrepresentation Claims Against ERISA Health...

The United States Supreme Court recently denied certiorari in a Fifth Circuit case, United Healthcare Insurance Co. v. Access Mediquip LLC, that allowed a health care provider to pursue state law misrepresentation claims...more

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