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At the Intersection of a Longshore Act Claim and a Medicare Secondary Payer Act Claim: Which Side Wins?

Medicare, MSP Litigation, MSP News on April 17, 2019
Posted by Jean S. Goldstein, JD

An interesting case arose out of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit yesterday.  The case is Grimm v. Vortex Marine Constr., No. 18-15104, 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 11035 (9th Cir. Apr. 16, 2019), and involves an intersection of the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA), and the Medicare Secondary Payer […] Continue

MSP Compliance Continues to be Placed at the Forefront

Conditional Payments, Medicare, MSP News on March 20, 2019
Posted by Jean S. Goldstein, JD

On Monday, the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland issued a press release concerning a settlement arrangement involving the repayment of conditional payments with the law firm of Meyers, Rodbell & Rosenbaum, P.A., a firm based out of Maryland.  The law firm entered into the settlement agreement to resolve […] Continue

Shark Week May be Over; but the Conditional Payment Recovery Process Continues to Terrorize

Conditional Payments, Medicare, MSP News on August 9, 2018
Posted by Jean S. Goldstein, JD

Shark Week is a magical week; providing some of the most enthralling and illuminating insight into jaw-dropping actions of magnificent beings.  As with previous years, Shark Week 2018 did not disappoint.  Many of us can recall learning in basic grade school science that sharks are a necessary evil to keep the ecosystem in a proper […] Continue

Rumor Has It……a Formal Review Program for Liability/No Fault MSAs Is on Hold….

Liability, Medicare, Medicare Set-Aside Blog, MSP News on July 12, 2018
Posted by Jean S. Goldstein, JD

You may have seen the recent chatter among the Medicare Secondary Payer community that implementation of a formal voluntary Liability MSA (LMSA) and No-Fault MSA (NFMSA) review program is on hold. Some in the industry have even discussed that the program is on hold for another eighteen months. Recall that in 2016, we first blogged […] Continue