The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear an appeal from Washington state pharmacists who said they have religious objections to dispensing Plan B or other emergency contraceptives.
In what many are calling the biggest abortion decision in years, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Texas law that limited women's access to the procedure. Many states have similar restrictions.
This week, the nation's highest court will weigh in on abortion case Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt.
In deciding a case over who should have the upper hand in patent battles, the U.S. Supreme Court delivered a win to generic-drug makers and those hoping to hold down drug prices.
The U.S. Supreme Court last week unanimously upheld a legal theory now used to bring many fraud cases against providers—but it also tried to outline the limits of that theory so it's not used to go after providers for minor violations.
"Implied certification" can impose liability where a contractor has engaged in a lie by omission, such as failing to disclose its noncompliance. The decision could bring more False Claims Act cases against healthcare providers.
Medical-device makers might soon have an easier time winning hefty financial damages from companies that infringe on their patents following a U.S. Supreme Court decision Monday.
The U.S. Supreme Court could announce as early as Monday whether it will take a case dealing with a Washington state regulation that says pharmacies can't refuse to fill prescriptions because of their owners' religious beliefs.
The Food and Drug Administration has again delayed a rule requiring generic drug companies to update product labels if they receive new safety information.
The U.S. Supreme Court decided Monday to punt cases back to lower courts over how religious not-for-profits must respond to the Affordable Care Act's requirement that employers offer employees birth control coverage.
The Justice Department said it will appeal a judge's ruling that the Obama administration is unconstitutionally funding part of the Affordable Care Act.
The Supreme Court this week will hear arguments in a case that will affect the number of fraud cases against providers. The case, Universal Health Services v. United States ex. rel. Escobar, focuses on the validity of a legal theory now used to bring many False Claims Act cases against providers...