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Viewpoint: Road To Replace Affordable Care Act Is A Long One

Added on March 24, 2017

As seen in the Austin Business Journal. Health care is unbelievably complex, and health care reform is a massive undertaking with significant implications. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — ACA, also known as Obamacare — is often referred to as the most significant change in health care since Medicare was enacted in 1965. Read More…

Hospital Impact: AHCA Would Drastically Alter Medicaid

Added on March 23, 2017

As seen in FierceHealthcare. The Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act is moving swiftly. Dismantling the ACA was a key agenda item during the presidential campaign and emerged again after the Republican congressional retreat in late January. Passing new legislation – a reconciliation bill known as the American Health Care Act Read More…

Corinne Smith Addresses The End of Individual Health Insurance

Added on March 22, 2017

As seen in Law360. “The world hates change, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress.” — American inventor, Charles Kettering. Many health policy analysts believe that Obamacare brought about the end of private insurance as we know it¹. Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini said that the insurance industry as we know it is Read More…

Strasburger Litigators Deal with Untimely Disclosures

Added on March 22, 2017

As seen in the Dallas Bar Association’s Headnotes. Exclusion of late-disclosed witnesses and evidence is a surprisingly common pitfall that can sink a case. Under the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, untimely-disclosed evidence is automatically excluded unless certain exceptions are met. What follows are the key issues to consider when confronted with late-disclosed evidence, whether Read More…

Monica Velazquez Weighs in on What’s Next for Overtime Rules

Added on January 6, 2017

As seen in Corporate Compliance Insights. In November, a Texas federal district court issued a nationwide injunction temporarily blocking the implementation of the new Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) final Overtime Rules (OT Rules). To humbly borrow from Dr. Martin Luther King’s last book, we find ourselves asking, Where Do We Go from Here? Chaos or Read More…


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