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Four Health Care Company v. John Doe Cases: Scare Tactics, Accidental Disclosures, Hacking, and Impersonation Lead to Loss of Anonymity in Online Defamation Litigations

Posted in Litigation
Internet defamation (and intellectual property infringement) cases are on the rise.  And cases involving anonymous defendants are becoming more common.  They of course present tricky First Amendment issues.  Indeed, most such cases result in the anonymous defendants remaining masked and escaping liability.  But in four example health care cases – a scare tactic, accidental disclosure,… Continue Reading

What Corporate Counsel Need to Know in 2015 – Litigation and Regulatory Forecasts from Crowell & Moring

Posted in ERISA, Health Care Reform & ACA, HIPAA & Privacy, Litigation, Medicaid, Medical Loss Ratios, Medicare
Crowell & Moring’s 2015 Litigation and Regulatory Forecasts provide an in-depth look at the trends in the courts and in the regulatory agencies, both inside the Beltway and beyond, that will impact business in the coming year. The Litigation Forecast examines the latest litigation developments facing companies in areas ranging from health care and antitrust… Continue Reading