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  • New DOJ Compliance Counsel Underscores Need for Compliance Plans Government resources are increasingly dedicated to battling health care fraud. Having a well-developed compliance plan is an important way for providers to discover and remedy wrongful billing practices, prepare for audits and defend against claims of intentional wrongdoing. […] More
  • Is Your Employee Handbook Leaving You Exposed? Well drafted and up-to-date employee handbooks can offer a valuable first defense against employment claims, as well as serve to motivate and guide employees. Here are six critical components to consider when reviewing your employee handbook […] More
  • Houston Harbaugh Named to 2016 Best Law Firms List by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® Houston Harbaugh, P.C. has been named to the 2016 edition of US News – Best Lawyers’® “Best Law Firms.” Recognized as a “Metropolitan Tier 1” firm in Health Care Law, and a “Metropolitan Tier 2” firm in Commercial Litigation and Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law. […] More
  • Security Risk Analysis is Key to Passing Healthcare Audits HIPAA and Meaningful Use audits are being conducted at the same time. It is crucial that health care providers devote the time and resources necessary to conduct a comprehensive Security Risk Analysis, or potentially face fines and penalties. […] More
  • Is Your Compensation Plan Stark Compliant? With all the emphasis on scrutinizing “fair market value” for employed physicians by health care systems, private practice physicians may be tempted to overlook the fact that their own compensation plans need to be reviewed for compliance. […] More
  • Is the Implied Covenant of Reasonable Development Irrelevant? The implied covenant of reasonable development places an obligation upon the lessee to drill as many additional wells as may be reasonably necessary to fully develop the underlying hydrocarbon formation, but Pennsylvania Superior Court decisions have narrowed its application to the point where it is becoming nearly irrelevant. […] More
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