Medi-Cal Liens Not Preempted by Federal Medicaid Anti-Lien Statute

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  Could a Medi-Cal lien for recovery of advanced medical expenses be pre-empted by federal law?  This was the issue recently decided by the Second District Court of Appeal in L.Q. v. California Hospital Medical Center.[i]  The case involves the conflict between federal and state law on whether a state’s Medicaid program can legally claim

New Rule on Florida Post-Offer Prejudgment Interest

  Florida Rule 769.78 generally dictates rules on offers and demands as they pertain to judgments.[i]  However, this area of law is not well-settled.  In a recent case, Florida’s courts dove into the impact of post-offer prejudgment interest on the “judgment obtained.”[ii]  The ruling in CCM Condominium Association, Inc. v. Petri Positive Pest Control, Inc.