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This article surveys recent developments in employee benefits law from Fall 2014 through Fall 2015.
Winter 2016
Publications
Plan ahead to avoid additional estate and gift tax liability if the IRS’s proposed regulations on family limited partnerships (FLPs) become final in December. Our Wealth Planning Group explores the ways the rigmarole of planning now could pay dividends later.
August 24, 2016
Advisories
Now that we know what the Office of Civil Rights requested during its Phase 2 desk audits of covered entities, our Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Group interprets the data and explains what it means for business associates and future auditees.
August 23, 2016
Advisories
The number of products subject to recalls this year is on pace to dwarf the number of recalled units in recent years. On the heels of the recent IKEA recall involving 29 million units, the CPSC announced the recall of over 5.4 million units of clog removers because the bottles were not child-resistant.
August 2016
Publications
Many pharmaceutical companies today are crossing over into the medical device world in one way or another, most frequently with diagnostics used to identify appropriate patients for particular pharmaceuticals, auto injector devices used to administer their drugs or certain mobile apps, or software designed to aid patients or doctors.
August 23, 2016
Publications
The government released a Statement of Interest that provides insight into its current interpretation of the Anti-Kickback Statute’s discount exception and safe harbor. Our Health Care Group examines the government’s extreme position and how the courts might respond.
August 22, 2016
Advisories
A legal update on privacy, data security, and all things cyber by the attorneys of Alston & Bird.
August 19, 2016
Publications
In a recent decision, a district court affirmed a bankruptcy court ruling that a secured creditor that was oversecured on the date the debtor filed for bankruptcy was not entitled to a superpriority administrative expense claim under 11 U.S.C. § 507(b) for post-petition interest, costs, or fees. The authors of this article discuss the decision and its implications.
September 2016
Publications
“Public Hospitals,” in AHLA Representing Hospitals and Health Systems Handbook, American Health Lawyers Association, 2016.
2016
Publications
A recent Tax Court case shows the government’s willingness and ability to attack financing arrangements that do not reflect arm’s-length debt standards, even without the forthcoming Section 385 regulations. Our International Tax Group analyzes that case and reviews the IRS’s decision to stop treating some FATCA intergovernmental agreements as “in effect.”
August 15, 2016
Advisories
The past few years have seen fascinating developments in the evolution of the InfiniBand and Ethernet protocols, and in particular, a convergence of the two at the physical link level, if not also arguably at the market level.
August 10, 2016
Publications
Good news for holders: Delaware and Temple-Inland enter a settlement agreement and file a joint motion to dismiss, putting to rest Temple-Inland’s claims arising out of Delaware’s controversial estimation methodology. Our Unclaimed Property Group considers the implications for future audits and voluntary disclosure agreements.
August 9, 2016
Advisories
Our Investment Management, Trading & Markets Group offers this Q&A on changes to Rule 205 of the Investment Advisers Act, effective next week.
August 9, 2016
Advisories
The Securities and Exchange Commission is clearing out the cobwebs of certain overlapping, outdated and superseded disclosure requirements. Our Securities Group investigates the technicalities of the SEC’s attempt to modernize.
August 5, 2016
Advisories
John Snyder sits down with Global Competition Review to discuss how recently increased penalties for Hart-Scott-Rodino violations could affect companies.
August 4, 2016
Interviews
Lehman Brothers looked to claw back certain proceeds of liquidated collateral based on prior decisions, but to no avail. Our Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring Group analyzes this rejection of precedent and the implications of the broad application of safe harbors.
August 3, 2016
Advisories
Data breach has, unfortunately, become a fact of life. Practically every corporation has experienced some sort of security incident, although most have avoided (to their knowledge) significant network intrusions and loss or destruction of data on the scale of Sony Corp., Target Corp. and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
August 2, 2016
Publications
In what may be the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s last formal rulemaking for quite a while, the bureau offers welcomed clarity to the TRID Rule. Our Financial Services & Products Group reviews the CFPB’s request for comments and examines the new proposal.
August 2, 2016
Advisories
Our International Trade & Regulatory Group catches up with the Office of Foreign Assets Control’s increased penalties for violations of the Trading with the Enemy Act, International Emergency Economic Powers Act and Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act.
August 1, 2016
Advisories
It could have been worse. Our Federal Tax Group examines the good news and bad news of the Treasury’s latest reinterpretation of Section 355.
August 1, 2016
Advisories