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Potential Lasting Solutions for Health Care

February 26, 2021 Media Mentions

On February 26, Boston Business Journal published an article, "There Has to be a Better Way," discussing potential lasting solutions for behavioral health care and surprise billing. Health care attorney Jim Roosevelt states in the article that "the provisions build off federal reforms to surprise billing, and will lead to lasting change," referring to Governor Charlie Baker's signed bill last month to help the issues.

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David Lazarus quoted in Boston Globe article regarding significant medical malpractice settlements

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New DOJ Task Force Announced Will Impact Health Care Providers & Prescribers in Northern New England

Major enforcement news was released today, Wednesday, June 29, 2022, for medical professionals and anyone working in or around the health care space in Maine , New Hampshire , and Vermont . The United...

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Hospitals Win 340B Medicare Rate Cut Suit, But When, How, and How Much They Will Recoup Remains Unclear

In a recent unanimous decision, the Supreme Court found that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”), part of the federal Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”), erred when it significantly reduced...

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Patent Litigation: Medical Device

Defended company medical device manufacturer against claimed infringement of expired patent relating to laser hair removal; obtained stay of matter pending reexamination of patent, which resulted in cancelling of all allegedly infringing claims and...

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77 Verrill Attorneys Recognized by Best Lawyers® 2023, Including Six Named Lawyers of the Year

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What's Notable In DOJ's 1st Cyber-Fraud Initiative Settlement

Verrill attorneys David G. Lazarus , Michael K. Fee , and Jeffrey Smagula recently wrote the article "What's Notable In DOJ's 1st Cyber-Fraud Initiative Settlement" published in Law360 . The article reviews the U.S...

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Maine, New Hampshire, & Vermont Remain DOJ Health Care Enforcement Priorities: Targeted Federal Enforcement Presents Serious Risk

Overview: The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) has recently emphasized that Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont are priorities for health care investigations and anticipated significant enforcement. Even well-managed (and compliant) organizations and law-abiding...

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James Roosevelt, Jr. Published in ScienceDirect

Verrill attorney James Roosevelt Jr. was published in the February 2022 volume of ScienceDirect , a scientific, technical, and medical research publication. His article “A Federal Indian Health Insurance Plan: Fulfilling a Solemn Obligation...

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