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The IRS has just released its 2017 annual inflation adjustments, in which it announced that the dollar limitation under Code section 125 on voluntary employee salary reductions for contribution to health flexible spending arrangements (health FSAs) is increasing to $2,600. […]
A new rule released by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on September 28 prohibits nursing homes that receive Medicare or Medicaid funding from including binding arbitration clauses within their admissions contracts.
According to attorney Shaina Reed, the fun in litigation is persuasion. “The law is a series of black and white dots — our job is to draw lines through the gray areas between them, to connect those dots in some […]
A local Veteran who served in the Navy more than 60 years ago is being wrongfully denied a Michigan property tax exemption. “The law passed in 2013 is clear,” said Fraser Trebilcock attorney Paul McCord.
In a recent opinion marked for publication, the State of Michigan Court of Appeals made clear that no-fault insurers cannot avoid penalty interest by delaying benefit payments while a particular claim is under investigation.