Tag:Department of Health and Human Services

Court Opinions: 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion from July 27

The 10th Circuit affirmed a district court ruling concluding both reversionary trusts and annuities are countable assets for determining Medicaid eligibility.

Colorado Substance Abuse Treatment Clinic and Owner Agree to Settle False Claims Act Allegations

Springbok Health Inc. and Mark Jankelow, Springbok’s owner and CEO, have settled to resolve allegations they violated the False Claims Act.

Local Attorneys Help GSK Score $2.1 Bln COVID-19 Vaccine Contract

A team of Dentons attorneys, many of them based in Denver, helped GlaxoSmithKline secure a $2.1 billion contract to develop a COVID-19 vaccine as...

As Gunnison County Moves Toward Reopening, No Further Word From Texas AG

After some legal banter between Gunnison County and the Texas Attorney General, it seems that Gunnison has likely avoided any litigation regarding its public...

Legal Impact of HHS ‘Conscience Protection’ Enforcement Yet Unclear

The federal government is signaling it will take more action to ensure “conscience-based” rights for health care providers. But what that means in terms...