Shipman & Goodwin LLP
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Year Established: 1919Web Site: http://www.shipmangoodwin.com
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Shipman & Goodwin represents many of the leading businesses, institutions, individuals, and government entities.
With more than 150 lawyers practicing from offices throughout Connecticut and Washington, DC, our firm has experience in a number of industry sectors, including education, government, financial services, health care, non-profit organizations, emerging and middle market companies, real estate development, energy and telecommunications, franchising, retail, and software and IT.
Since our founding in 1919, the attorneys in our firm have demonstrated their commitment to community support through board memberships of charitable and civic organizations, as advisors to government, and in substantial donations of time to such organizations.
We bring that same level of personal commitment to each of our client relationships, and invite you to learn more about the Shipman & Goodwin difference at shipmangoodwin.com.
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Court Rules that Hospital's Incentive Payments for its Oncologists Violated the Stark Law
Vincenzo Carannante,Joan W. Feldman,David M. Mack,William J. Roberts, November 21, 2013
On November 13, 2013, a federal district court ruled that Halifax Hospital, a community hospital in Volusia County, Florida, violated the federal Stark Law as a result of the incentive compensation payments it made to six of its employed oncologists. The case was originally filed in 2009 by...
CMS Delays Post-Payment Reviews for "Short-Stay" Inpatient Admissions
Vincenzo Carannante,Joan W. Feldman,David M. Mack,William J. Roberts, November 19, 2013
On August 19, 2013, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”) issued a final rule (the “Final Rule”) intended to provide more of a bright line test for hospitals and Medicare Administrative Contractors (“MACs”) and Recovery Audit Contractors...
A Primer on Bringing Traditional Chinese Medicine to the U.S. Market
November 8, 2013
Healthcare consumers are increasingly turning to alternative medicine as a potential source for medical treatment. Traditional Chinese Medicine (or TCM) is one form of alternative medicine that is increasingly used in the U.S.. TCM dates back nearly 5000 years to ancient China and encompasses a...