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Renowned Pharmacy Lawyer Herb Weinberg Leaves McGuireWoods to Join Fenton Law Group

Renowned Pharmacy Lawyer Herb Weinberg Leaves McGuireWoods to Join Fenton Law Group

Los Angeles, CA – April 08, 2015 – Renowned pharmacy attorney Herb Weinberg has left McGuireWoods to join Fenton Law Group, one of the nation’s leading healthcare law firms.

Mr. Weinberg, a licensed pharmacist who has owned and operated a dozen pharmacies in Southern California, has been practicing in the healthcare law arena for more than 30 years, and has represented hundreds of pharmacists and pharmacies in regulatory matters before the Board of Pharmacy, Drug Enforcement Administration …

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Calif. Supreme Court To Mull Privacy, Access Rules for Rx Monitoring Database

Ben Fenton was heavily quoted in Joe Infantino’s iHealthBeat article “Calif. Supreme Court To Mull Privacy, Access Rules for Rx Monitoring Database,” which previews the Fenton Law Group case “Lewis v. The Superior Court of California.”

The issues presented in Lewis v. The Superior Court of California are:

1. Whether the Medical Board of California (′′Medical Board′′ or ′′Board′′) is permitted, pursuant to the State constitutional right to privacy, to conduct a warrantless and unfettered search of records of prescriptions for both controlled and non-controlled substances for hundreds of patients, initiated …

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Attorneys Predict Supreme Court Will Uphold ACA’s Tax Credits – Law360

Ben Fenton was quoted in the Law360 piece: “Attys Predict Supreme Court Will Uphold ACA’s Tax Credits.” Ben’s quote can be found below:

“It is unlikely that the court is going to agree with the plaintiffs, who want to limit the availability of tax credits to those states that have established their own health care exchanges. A ruling in favor of the plaintiffs may likely destabilize the Affordable Care Act in states which have not set up their own exchanges, and may result in the loss of health insurance coverage via the ACA for many …

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