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Kentucky Supreme Court rules for employers on maximum prices for prescription drugs under Kentucky workers’ comp and against them on employee choice of pharmacy

Prescription Drug Pricing

The Supreme Court of Kentucky held in an opinion issued August 24, 2017 that Kentucky’s regulation regarding prescription drug pricing under Kentucky’s workers’ compensation system does not require, or even suggest, that published so-called “Average Wholesale Price” (AWP) figures set by drug manufacturers should be used to determine the maximum price a pharmacy may charge. Read More ›

New Tax Bill Threatens Important Tax-Exempt Bond Provisions

Private Activity Bonds (PABs) tax bill exploration

Although it is still very early in the tax reform process, provisions in the House tax bill proposing the elimination of advance refunding and private activity bonds (PABs) are cause for alarm within the municipal bond market. Read More ›

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James (Jim) A. Dietz is a Member at FBT who provides an array of legal services to hospitals, physicians, long-term care providers, diagnostic facilities, and others across the spectrum of patient care.

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