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Legal Nursing Consulting Program Article on Nursing Home Abuse and Legal Action

Good article on a family’s right to sue a nursing home if negligence is present towards a loved one

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The article, “Law: Advocacy groups fight for right to sue nursing homes” by Melissa Wylie states

Fighting back. More than 75 consumer, health and advocacy groups are attempting to stop the Trump administration from taking away the right of nursing home residents and their families to sue facilities, The Hill reported.

Earlier this summer, The Centers for Medicare and Medicare Services announced plans to discard an Obama-era rule that barred nursing homes that accept Medicare or Medicaid from requiring residents to settle disputes with a third party rather than a court, per The Hill.

The consumer groups have formed a coalition and say CMS’ proposed action would create an unequal balance of power between the nursing home and elderly patients and their families, according to The Hill.

Blocked. Sen. Elizabeth Warren put a “hold” on President Donald Trump’s pick for the head of the Justice Department’s antitrust division, Bloomberg reporte d.

Warren delayed the vote to confirm Makan Delrahim until September. She has previously said that the nomination of Delrahim, a former lobbyist for insurance company Anthem, Inc., indicates the Trump administration wants to “put the interests of giant corporations ahead of the American people,” per Bloomberg.

Trump has yet to name any permanent antitrust chiefs, including a permanent chairman to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, according to Bloomberg.

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