While the opioid crisis has inspired a wave of new legislation by Congress, the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) has continued to increase its own response to the prevalent rate of opioid-related drug crimes with a number of new initiatives.
The SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act: Expanding Medicare Coverage of Telehealth Services to Combat the Opioid Crisis
The SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act (“the Act” or “the SUPPORT Act”), signed into law by President Trump on October 24, 2018, is intended to combat the growing opioid crisis in the United States. The Act aims at preventing opioid addiction and misuse and enhancing access to care for those who have substance use disorders.
Leading independent business law firm Hall & Wilcox has acted on behalf of ASX-listed property valuer LandMark White in its acquisition of private NSW and Queensland valuer Taylor Byrne.
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In Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v Thomas Wilson  NSWDC 302, the New South Wales District Court rejected a director’s (Director) defences to a Director Penalty Notice (DPN) for $111,798, comprising the Pay-As-You-Go withholding (PAYGW) debts of the corporate taxpayer.
Wilmington, DE (November 1, 2018) –U.S. News –Best Lawyers® has once again ranked Connolly Gallagher LLP in its annual guide of the “Best Law Firms.” In the 2019 edition, the firm was selected for 16 law practice areas in Delaware. They include:
Davis Malm received multiple rankings in the Boston metropolitan market and, for the first time, the national market of the U.S. News – Best Lawyers® 2019 edition of “Best Law Firms.” Firms included in the “Best Law Firms” rankings are recognized for professional excellence and have persistently impressive ratings from clients and peers.
Wilmington, DE (October 31, 2018) – Delaware Today has released its 2018 Top Lawyers list. Connolly Gallagher LLP lawyers were selected for inclusion in four practice categories. The results are based on a poll issued to all 4,900 members of the Delaware Bar Association to vote.
Royal Commissioner Kenneth Hayne’s interim report contains no specific recommendations, and no draft recommendations, but rather postulates two main questions for further consideration:
Funds and financial products
ASIC again warns financial firms to join Australian Financial Complaints Authority