Most of us pay for health insurance with hopes of only using it for routine checkups and annual visits to our primary care physicians. We feel a sense of security knowing that we have a health insurance policy; however, most of us are not privy to the dark world of healthcare claims denials and underpayments,
A comprehensive legal resource page with original commentary and key takeaways on critical topics impacting our clients industries.
Why Consider Arbitration Over Litigation for Resolving Domestic & International Supply-Chain Disputes
Between the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Suez Canal gridlock, solar winds cybersecurity attacks, and cyber breaches, supply chains have been repeatedly battered by disruptive events in recent months. Many companies face ongoing supply-chain disruptions resulting from labor shortages combined with increased demand from consumers. These disruptions not only impact a company’s inventory and profits, but
On June 17, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) by a 7-2 vote.[i] The Court declined to rule on the merits of the case but held that the challengers of the ACA, 18 state attorneys general, did not have standing.[ii] The ACA has been at