Trump Administration Issues New Travel Ban

On March 6, 2017, President Trump signed a new Executive Order entitled, “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry to the United States”.  This new Order narrows the scope of…

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A First Glimpse at Obamacare Repeal Legislation

Republican lawmakers are expected to introduce an Affordable Care Act replacement bill this week.  Based on a draft of the bill that was leaked to the press over the weekend,…

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Employers Should Proceed With Care if Employees Participate in a Proposed Nationwide Strike on February 17 Against the Policies of President Trump

A proposed, 24-hour general strike against President Trump’s policies has attracted considerable attention across the country and may pose risks for employers under the National Labor Relations Act. Several groups…

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Revolving Capital Fund Announced to Help Community Health Providers Expand Primary Care Capacity in New York State

On February 2, 2017, Governor Cuomo issued a press release announcing establishment of a $19.5 million Community Health Care Revolving Capital Fund in New York State. The Revolving Capital Fund…

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OCR’s Enforcement of Requirements for Those with Limited English Proficiency or in Need of Auxiliary Aids

As we await the impact of the change in administration, the United States Department of Health and Human Services’ Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has flexed its muscle, enforcing non-discrimination…

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New Rule Provides Grace Periods for Nonimmigrant Workers

The Immigration team at Barclay Damon, LLP intends to provide a series of blog posts regarding new federal regulations regarding highly-skilled nonimmigrant workers.  The regulations became effective January 17th and,…

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President Trump Issues Two Immigration Related Executive Orders With More Expected Soon

On January 25th, President Trump signed two separate Executive Orders related to the issue of U.S. immigration.  A third Executive Order is expected to be signed later this week. The…

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Time is Not on the Side of Provider With a HIPAA Breach

Time is not on the side of a provider who needs to report a HIPAA breach.  The clock starts ticking on the date of discovery of the breach and requires…

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New York Appellate Court Recognizes Members’ Rights To Bring Direct Claims Against Parties Who Allegedly Caused Group Self-Insurance Trusts To Go Defunct

The Appellate Division, Third Department has recently issued an Opinion and Order in Accredited Aides Plus, Inc. v. Program Risk Mgmt., Inc. that recognized the rights of former members of…

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I-94 Can Now be Applied Online in Advance of Travel

United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) recently introduced a new option which allows foreign nationals visiting the U.S. to apply for their I-94 in advance to their travels to…

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