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Billing Protocols to Address the No Surprises Act – Out-of-Network Hospital Patient

Implementing Out-of-Network Hospital Patient and Billing Protocols to Address the No Surprises Act What is a surprise medical bill? A surprise ... Read more

Billing Protocols to Address the No Surprises Act – Private Practice

Implementing Patient and Billing Protocols in Private Practices Offering Mental Health Services to Address the No Surprises Act What is a surprise ... Read more

Sulloway Attorneys Selected 2022 Best Lawyers, Ones to Watch and Lawyer of the Year

2022 edition of The Best Lawyers in America©. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers® has become universally regarded as the definitive ... Read more

New Hampshire Legislature Codifies Health Facility Immunity for COVID-19

NH Governor Sununu signed Senate Bill 149, which is the legislature’s codification of an earlier Opinion issued on April 22, 2020 by then Attorney ... Read more

The Supreme Court Provides Clarity: IEA Patients are Entitled to Probable Cause Hearings Within Three Days of Certification

In a ruling issued on May 11, 2021, the New Hampshire Supreme Court held that psychiatric patients held involuntarily in Emergency Departments must ... Read more

Massachusetts Modifies Causation Standard in Multiple Defendant Actions

In Doull v. Foster, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court clarified the standard for factual causation in multiple defendant tort actions, ... Read more

Melissa Hanlon Elected to Executive Committee

Melissa Hanlon was recently elected to Sulloway’s Executive Committee. Melissa joined the Firm in 2002 as a member of the Litigation Department. ... Read more

Melissa Hanlon named Co-Leader of the Sulloway Medical Malpractice Defense and Physician/Hospital Advocacy Group

Melissa M. Hanlon was recently named Co-Leader of Sulloway’s prestigious Medical Malpractice Defense and Physician/Hospital Advocacy Group. Melissa ... Read more