This post is a courtesy of Fox Rothschild attorney Nathanael F. Williams, Esq., and was first published as an Alert on Fox’s website. 

Health care providers should take special notice of the risk of cyber threats at all times, including over holiday weekends.

Labor Day weekend is upon us. Unfortunately, history has shown that,

This post is a courtesy of Fox Rothschild attorney William H. Maruca, Esq., and was first published as an Alert on Fox’s website.

A bipartisan bill introduced this summer would impact residential and behavioral health facilities and other health care providers sued under the federal False Claims Act (FCA), making defense of these actions

This post is a courtesy of Fox Rothschild attorney, Marcus C. Hewitt, Esq., and was first published as an Alert on Fox’s website.  It is most relevant for health care providers that are based in North Carolina.  If you would like more information as to how this issue might affect your facility, please contact

Fox Rothschild LLP partner, William Maruca, was recently interviewed for an article in Cosmos regarding the regulatory risks to hospitals and DME suppliers who enter into arrangements to ensure that COVID-19 patients receive free home oxygen equipment.  Some hospitals have decided to take on the inherent risks in such an arrangement to address a

This post is a courtesy of Fox Rothschild attorney Mark Tabakman, Esq., and was first published on Fox’s Wage & Hour – Developments and Highlights Blog.  It is particularly relevant for health care providers that automatically deduct lunch breaks from their employees’ wages:

The health care industry seems to be ground zero for

This post is a courtesy of Fox Rothschild attorney Mark Tabakman, Esq., and was first published on Fox’s Wage & Hour – Developments and Highlights Blog.  It is particularly relevant for health care providers that enter into staffing services arrangements with vendors:

In FLSA cases, plaintiff lawyers are always looking for a deep

This post is authored by Catherine Wadhwani, Partner and Co-Chair of the firm’s Immigration Practice Group.  The post first appeared on Fox’s Immigration View Blog:

We hear the reports daily.  COVID-19 cases are spiking nationwide.  Hospitals and health care facilities are at maximum capacity.  Even with progress toward the availability of a vaccine, it’s

On October 28th, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Health and Human Services, and the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency alerted hospital administrators and security researchers about a “credible threat” of cyberattacks to American hospitals.  Four hundred American hospitals are being targeted in cyberattacks by the same

New guidance issued by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) highlights the importance of updating corporate compliance programs to satisfy regulatory requirements.  The 2020 updates pick up where the 2019 guidance left off in addressing the evaluation metrics for compliance.  The key takeaway for 2020 is that companies are encouraged to update and improve compliance

Widespread testing for the novel Coronavirus is generally recognized as an important tool in combating the spread of the virus. The World Health Organization is an advocate for broad testing, so as to better locate incidents of infection for purposes of isolation, caring, and tracking.

However, the cumulative cost for such testing is significant. In