FTC’s Proposed Non-Compete Ban: What Prior Decisions and Guidance May Reveal About the Impact on Nonprofit Healthcare Providers

New Jersey’s “Change of Ownership” (CHOW) requirements in health care transactions span a range of employment, employee benefits and notification obligations.

Reminder: NJ “Change of Ownership” Requirements for Health Care Transactions Have Changed

New Jersey’s “Change of Ownership” (CHOW) requirements in health care transactions span a range of employment, employee benefits and notification obligations.

Kevin J. Moore Joins Stevens & Lee

Mr. Moore has joined the firm’s Real Estate Department in the Princeton office.

H-1B Fiscal Year 2024 Is Here

Employers should prepare early and thoroughly for relevant H-1B processes, registrations and regulations.

Karl S. Myers Named to the Third Circuit Bar Association’s Board of Governors

Mr. Myers will help to advance the Third Circuit Bar Association’s mission to improve the standards and rules of federal appellate practice and facilitate relations between the bench and bar.

New Jersey WARN Act Amendments: Stricter Employer Obligations and Increased Employee Protections

We break down how the NJ WARN Act Amendments, effective April 10, increase employee protections while imposing stricter employer obligations.

Recent USCIS Announcements: Premium Processing Expansion and Proposed Rule on Fee Increases

USCIS has announced premium processing upgrades for new/initial petitions, among others, and has increased filing fees.

FTC Proposed Non-Compete Ban: Impact on Nonprofit Hospitals and Nonprofit Affiliates

Cross-market mergers have received increased attention among health care economists and lawyers and as of late have received the increased interest of the enforcement agencies.

New OIG Opinion Permits the Provision of Free Nurse Practitioner Services by a Hospital to Referring Physicians

Under certain parameters, professional and administrative services outside of those covered by Anti-Kickback Statute safe harbors can be provided for free to referring physicians.

Congress Passes NDAA for FY2023; Portuguese Nationals Now Eligible for E-1 and E-2 Visas

Congress Passes NDAA for FY2023 with notable changes to E visa eligibility for Portuguese Nationals.

New Pay Transparency Laws Require Salary Range Information on Job Postings

Pay transparency laws expand to California and Washington as job postings must post the position’s minimum and maximum salary range.

FTC Proposes Banning and Rescinding Worker Non-Competes

If finalized, this non-compete ban would have a monumental impact on the health care industry, among numerous others.

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