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Experts discuss new Intellectual Property Rights policy
The HinduJune 1, 2016

With the Centre giving the nod for the national Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) policy, SJCE-STEP in association with MSME-CII-Intellectual Property Facilitation Centre and VTPC-Government Karnataka, organised an interactive session on 'New National ...more »

Reality Check: Are passengers less than safe when riding with Uber?
WLOSJune 1, 2016

"They're maintained regularly by two certified mechanics." Queen says most Uber drivers don't ... Uber drivers are required in North Carolina to inform their insurance company and any lien holders if they carry passengers. But Uber drivers aren't ...more »

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Bad Faith Insurance
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Insurers fail to obey mental healthcare law
The Lawton ConstitutionJune 5, 2016

WASHINGTON It has been eight years since Congress passed a law requiring health insurers to provide Americans suffering from mental illness or substance abuse disorders with coverage for treatment that's comparable to what they would get if they were ...more »

Hipaa Compliance
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Confusion over whether Orlando providers needed HIPAA waiver
ModernHealthcare.comJune 13, 2016

Following Sunday's mass shooting that left 50 people dead and dozens of others wounded, there were reports that the White House waived federal privacy law restrictions that prevent healthcare organizations in Orlando from openly discussing patients ...more »

Elder Care Abuse
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Scammers steal billions each year from elderly
Waterloo Cedar Falls CourierJune 6, 2016

The company managed to charge so much by telling Sibert's mother her credit card didn't work and asking for another after maxing out the first card. Sibert eventually took her story to an AARP luncheon on elder fraud, where she was put in contact with ...more »

Living Wills
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Liquidity Did Not Cause Living Will Failures: FDIC Official
American BankerJune 2, 2016

Liquidity Did Not Cause Living Will Failures: FDIC Official. by Lalita Clozel. JUN 2, 2016 5:31pm ET. A lack of liquidity wasn't what caused most of the largest U.S. banks to fail their living wills test, a Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. official said ...more »

Medicare & Medicaid Issues
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Advocates: Notices of Medicare Supplement plan changes not mandatory
Carroll Daily Times HeraldJune 15, 2016

A notice detailing a change in Medicare law that will take place in 2020 regarding Medicare Supplement Plans C and F has been sent to area Medicare recipients — but it's not a required change, said Karen Johnson, a volunteer with the Iowa Insurance ...more »

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