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Mealey's Elder Law - Iowa Appellate Panel: Daughter Didn't Breach Duties In Hiring Care For Mother
DES MOINES, Iowa - A daughter who used untrained caregivers to take care of her mother in her mother's home until her death did not violate Iowa law and the son who challenged the care after his mother died failed to show that the care his mother...
4 days ago
Mealey's Elder Law - Nebraska Panel Finds No Undue Influence In Execution Of Later Will
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. - A Nebraska appellate panel on Sept. 10 affirmed a lower court's ruling that a deceased woman's 2011 will was properly executed, rejecting the arguments of one of her sons, who claimed that the will was the product of undue...
4 days ago
Mealey's Elder Law - Massachusetts High Court Hears Arguments On Assisted Living Fees
BOSTON - The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court on Sept. 9 heard oral arguments from both sides in a dispute over an assisted living facility's collection of up-front fees from residents beyond those outlined in Massachusetts law on security deposits...
5 days ago
Mealey's Elder Law - 11th Circuit: New Trial Needed In Suit Debating Terminal Illness Diagnoses
ATLANTA - An 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals panel on Sept. 9 vacated a federal judge in Alabama's sua sponte decision to award summary judgment to a nursing facility accused of submitting claims to Medicare for the treatment of elderly patients...
6 days ago
Mealey's Elder Law - West Virginia High Court Upholds Ruling On Probate Assets, Value Calculations
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - A county commission was correct to find that jointly held accounts were probate assets, to order present day value calculations of the probate assets and to charge missing probate assets against a former executrix's distribution...
7 days ago
Mealey's Elder Law - Nursing Homes Sue U.S. Health Department Over Use Of Arbitration Agreements
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Two nursing homes on Sept. 4 sued the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and their respective secretary and administrator in an Arkansas federal court, alleging...
17 days ago
Mealey's Elder Law - Predeceased Spouse's Siblings Are Not Entitled To Estate Under Intestate Succession Statute
SAN FRANCISCO - In a dispute over inheritance rights between a decedent's statutory heirs and siblings of the decedent's predeceased spouse, a California appeals panel on Aug. 27 upheld a lower court's judgment rejecting the siblings'...
17 days ago
Mealey's Elder Law - Contractor Denied Judgment On Pleadings In Nursing Home's Breach Of Contract Case
DETROIT - On remand from the Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, a federal judge in Michigan on Aug. 28 denied a kitchen services contractor's motion for judgment on the pleadings on a nursing home's breach of contract claim stemming from the...
24 days ago
Mealey's Elder Law - Health Department Citations Admissible In Nursing Home Case, Louisiana Panel Affirms
LAKE CHARLES, La. - A Louisiana trial court did not err in allowing patients in a nursing home malpractice and wrongful death case to introduce into the record deficiency reports made by the state health department because although the records may be...
25 days ago
Mealey's Elder Law - California Panel Rejects Rehearing, Mandate Request In Health Code Case
SAN FRANCISCO - A California appellate panel in an Aug. 21 order modifying its opinion and denying a request for rehearing rejected a nonprofit nursing home rights advocate's request that it order the trial court on remand to issue a mandate requiring...
27 days ago
Mealey's Elder Law - Google Will Pay $11M To End Age Discrimination Collective Action
SAN JOSE, Calif. - A settlement agreement under which Google LLC will pay $11 million to end a collective action complaint accusing the employer of discriminating against older job applicants was granted final approval on Aug. 15 by a federal judge in...
1 month ago
Mealey's Elder Law - Panel: Life-Estate Interests Not Available To Elderly Woman For Medical Benefit Eligibility
MINNEAPOLIS - The Minnesota Court of Appeals on Aug. 12 affirmed a lower court's ruling that the value of non-homestead life-estate interests held by an elderly woman's community spouse is not considered available to the woman for purposes of...
1 month ago
Mealey's Elder Law - 4th Circuit Vacates Forum- Selection Clause Ruling In Nursing Care Class Suit
RICHMOND, Va. - A district court erred when it failed to follow an appellate panel's instructions to treat the enforceability of a forum-selection clause at issue in a class suit accusing a nursing home of mistreatment as an affirmative defense to...
1 month ago
Mealey's Elder Law - 2nd Circuit: Honeywell Must Continue Providing Retiree Medical Benefits
NEW YORK - A Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals panel on Aug. 7 affirmed a trial court's order finding that Honeywell plant workers who retired before an effects bargaining agreement (EBA) expired are entitled to vested lifetime medical benefits...
1 month ago
Mealey's Elder Law - Nursing Home Advocacy Group Asks Panel To Clarify Directions For Lower Court
SAN FRANCISCO - A nonprofit entity advocating for the rights of nursing home patients on Aug. 5 petitioned a California appeals panel for a rehearing to clarify that the case is to be remanded for entry of a modified judgment, directing the issuance of...
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