It’s a beautiful day here in the northeast, and I have some great posts lined up for you next week! But today, we’ve got our usual Friday roundup ahead for you:
- CA Surgeon Stripped of Medicaid Funding for Failure to Treat HIV Positive Patient from Ogden Murphy Wallace: Citing a recent decision where a California was stripped of his Medicaid funding after refusing to treat a patient who was HIV positive, OMW discusses how to avoid claims and liability.
- A Professional Designation Can Be A Certification Mark: Canada’s Federal Court from Clark Wilson: A recent decision says that a professional designation can be used as a certification mark, though not in that particular case.
- ADA Accessibility Notes from the Resort Hotel Association Conference from Epstein Becker & Green: Kara Maciel shares her observations from last week’s Resort Hotel Association Conference.
- RECENT JUDICIAL DECISIONS REINFORCE THE IMPORTANCE OF DRAFTING ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS WITH EMPLOYEES TO MINIMIZE CLASS ACTION RISKS from Davis & Gilbert: Davis & Gilbert recommends that employers review their arbitration contracts for employees to make sure they are adequately protected against class actions.
- Upcoming Supreme Court case could weaken America’s bankruptcy courts from McDonald Hopkins: Stern v. Marshall changed the way that bankruptcy cases are managed in 2011, and EBIA v. Arkison could further narrow bankruptcy courts’ jurisdictions.
Enjoy the weekend!