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Dentons secures 145 individual and 43 practice rankings in Legal 500 US 2018
Dentons earned 145 individual recognitions and 43 practice rankings in the 2018 edition of Legal 500 US, an annual legal directory, cataloguing the nation's top-rated lawyers and law firms based on in-depth research and interviews.
2018 Election Update - 150 Days Out Report
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Bill introduced to support increased residency training to combat opioid crisis
A new, bipartisan bill was introduced in both houses of Congress on May 15, 2018, to support the creation of new Medicare-funded direct and indirect graduate medical education (DGME and IME) residency training slots specifically to help combat the opioid crisis.
The cannabis tracking system: the known, the inferable and the to-be-announced
One objective of the efforts to legalize cannabis is to displace the illicit market.
The art of good contract management
The Canadian government recently introduced a Bill which contained the most significant changes to Canada's trademark laws in modern history.
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Dentons' IP lawyers recognized as 2018 IP stars
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Dentons achieves pro bono victory for family's right to choose
Global law firm Dentons successfully represented a couple in an important pro bono litigation related to parents’ right to choose for their family.
Dentons partner Scott Turow nominated for 2018 Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction
Dentons partner Scott F. Turow is the author of Testimony, one of three novels nominated for the 2018 Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction.
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Global expenditures on health care are approaching seven trillion US dollars a year, or roughly 10 percent of the world’s gross domestic product. More than 70 percent of these expenditures occur in North America and Europe alone. Not surprisingly, opportunities are immense and growing in the health and life sciences industry, for businesses that include: pharmaceutical and device manufacturers, research and development organizations, information technology companies, providers, clinicians, insurers and entrepreneurs of every stripe.
These opportunities are local, national and global. A 100-bed community hospital in Kansas City wants to form a joint venture for an ambulatory surgery center with 11 cardiologists from St. Louis. A children’s hospital in Abu Dhabi wants to partner with a teaching hospital in Paris. A device manufacturer headquartered in Bonn wishes to market its products in Hong Kong. A Russian pharmaceutical company seeks approval from the US Food and Drug Administration for a new anti-coagulant. An e-health company headquartered in Barcelona wants to license its health records software to an IT consultant in Kampala. The list may be long, but the number of law firms that can handle this range of matters is not.
The firm must have a presence, on the ground and around the world. The firm must have a deep bench of lawyers who have spent decades immersed in the health and life sciences sector, helping organizations navigate continuously evolving political, regulatory and economic landscapes. The firm must understand each jurisdiction’s health care delivery system—from manufacturer to distributor to provider to patient to payor to policy maker—and the firm must be able to provide each of these players with the full range of strategic transactional, regulatory and dispute resolution counseling services.
With offices in 79 locations in 52 countries across four continents, and with more than 100 lawyers, consultants and policy professionals who have spent their entire professional careers exclusively counseling health care life sciences organizations, Dentons is proud to be that firm.
Counseling health care and life sciences manufacturers (e.g., bio-pharmaceuticals, pharmaceuticals and devices) with respect to a wide variety of matters involving clinical research, compliance and corporate integrity, US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, fraud and abuse counseling, global anti-corruption, litigation (False Claims Act, pricing and product liability), Medicare and Medicaid coverage and reimbursement, Medicare Secondary Payor compliance, product diversion, product marketing, sales and support services, supply chain matters, 340B compliance and diversion and U.S. and global due diligence.
Dentons US LLP announces the elevation of nine new partners and two counsel in the Firm's US offices. The promotions include lawyers resident in six offices throughout the US. Further, more than 80 percent of the new partners and counsel are women.
Dentons announces the promotion of 36 new partners from the Australia, Canada, Europe, Latin America and Caribbean, Singapore, UK and Middle East and United States regions of the Firm. The new partners represent a range of practices, sectors and industries.
The 2015 edition of The Legal 500 US recognizes 24 Dentons practices and 75 lawyers.
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The Opioid Workforce Act of 2018 would increase, beginning in FY19, the number of available FTE cap slots for hospitals that have, or are developing, approved residency programs in (i) addiction medicine, (ii) addiction psychiatry and/or(iii) pain management; or that are expanding a prerequisite program (e.g., internal medicine) to accommodate the projected increase in residents attendant to the addition of these specialties.
CMS has released its FY 2019 hospital inpatient prospective payment system (IPPS) proposed rule, in which the agency proposes a number of changes to the supporting documentation providers would be required to submit in connection with their annual Medicare cost reports.
On April 24, 2018, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the agency's fiscal year 2019 inpatient prospective payment system (IPPS) proposed rule. Although the rule contains many proposals relating to hospital payment policy, three GME-related issues are worthy of note to the teaching hospital community.
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Dentons today released its third Global Social Impact report, an annual collection of the Firm's work in communities around the world.
Dentons announced today that Lori Mihalich-Levin has joined the Firm as a Partner in the Health Care practice. She will advise clients primarily on Medicare reimbursement issues, building on her experience as a national point-person on policy issues pertaining to Medicare reimbursement and graduate medical education (GME).
Dentons announced today that Samuel R. Maizel has joined its Restructuring, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Practice as a partner.
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