Category Archives: Blog

OIG Gainsharing Opinion Facilitates P4P

Although it has been almost a decade since the OIG has issued a gainsharing opinion, …

Posted in Blog, Health Care Law, Med Law Blog |

Free Webinar: Legal Issues for Long Term Care Business Office Managers

REGISTER NOW! Free Webinar: Legal Issues for Long Term Care Business Office Managers: Everything from …

Posted in Blog, Long Term Care | Tagged |

School Code Update: School Boards Must Prohibit Lunch Shaming

On Sunday, November 5, 2017, Governor Wolf allowed HB 178, the omnibus School Code bill, …

Posted in Blog, Municipal & School, Uncategorized |

Uber and Waymo Settle Trade Secret Dispute

On February 9, 2018, Uber and Waymo agreed to settle their closely watched trade secret …

Posted in Blog, Intellectual Property |

Tips for Long Term Care Collections Policies

Many long term care providers (including skilled nursing, assisted living and personal care homes) may …

Posted in Blog, Health Care Law, Long Term Care |

Pennsylvania Superior Court Upholds Entry of Summary Judgment In Favor of Defendant In Slip And Fall Case

In a case with very good facts for the property owner, the Pennsylvania  Superior Court …

Posted in Blog, Litigation |

Citizen’s Suit Against Individual School Directors For Categorical Ban From Attending Future School Board Meetings Dismissed

Barna v. Board of School Directors of the Panther Valley School District, Case No. 15-3904 …

Posted in Blog, Municipal & School |

Warning to Real Estate Buyers and Sellers in the City of Pittsburgh

On February 1, 2018, the local realty transfer tax assessed for real estate conveyances in …

Posted in Blog, Real Estate |

CMS Announces Bundled Payments Care Improvement Model

On January 11, 2018, CMS announced a new voluntary episode payment model (bundled payments for …

Posted in Blog, Health Care IT |

Can your business be reimbursed for legal fees when you file suit to collect money due?

I often assist my business clients with collections matters.  Frequently my clients ask, “Can we …

Posted in Blog, Litigation |