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Recent Case Shows How Healthcare Entities Can Protect Themselves While Working With Outside Contractors, Temporary Labor, and Other Third Parties

The “joint employer” doctrine affects healthcare as much as nearly any industry. Healthcare entities frequently rely on outside labor to meet their objectives, such as by contracting with specialty medical providers, hiring temporary administrative staff to fill short-term vacancies, using outside vendors for routine custodial work and maintenance, or through myriad other relationships. In this … Continue Reading

Negotiating A Deal? Ensure You Respond Appropriately To Union Requests For Information

Mergers, acquisitions, and sales can be a common event for health systems. These types of deals involve many moving parts, from both legal and operational perspectives. Given how complex deals can become, it can be easy to overlook obligations to labor unions when they arise. One recent National Labor Relations Board (“Board”) decision illustrates a … Continue Reading
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