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The recent novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has caused significant disruption to the global economy, and it has the potential to create a lasting impact on the business operations of companies worldwide. We are advising our clients on several legal issues related to the situation, including workplace safety, data protection and business continuity, supply-chain disruption and more, as well as offering counsel in connection to specific challenges faced in various industries.

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Massachusetts Proposes New Regulations on Employer Health Care Mandates


Time to Read: 1 minutes Practices: Labor & Employment, Health Care

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New regulations proposed by the Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy provide awaited guidance on certain employer obligations under the recently enacted Massachusetts health care reform legislation. The proposed regulations, which would become effective in October 2006, define a “fair and reasonable premium contribution,” address the surcharge to be levied on certain employers to reimburse the state for the cost of state-funded health care services received by their employees and their employees' dependents, and set forth employer and employee disclosure requirements related to access to and coverage under health insurance. For a more detailed analysis of the proposed regulations, including information about upcoming public hearings, click "Download PDF."

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