Case Name: St. Louis Effort for AIDS v. Huff
Court: U.S. Ct. App. 8th Cir. Docket: 114-1520
Case Result: Missouri law that restricts access to impartial consumer assistance under the Affordable Care Act is preempted by ACA.
Case Name: Sergeants Benevolent Ass'n Health and Welfare Fund v. Sanofi-Aventis
Court: U.S. Supreme Court Docket: 15-1525
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Case Issue: Where purchasers allege that a manufacturer misrepresented a drug's safety to prescribing doctors to increase sales, does the presence of the doctor break the causal chain - for the purposes of RICO causation - between the misrepresentation and and purchasers' economic injuries?
Case Name: Shuts v. Covenant Holdco
Court: Cal. Ct. App. Docket: A132805
Case Result: Class action permitted against nursing facility chain challenging understaffing of its facilities.
Case Name: State ex rel. Cleveland Right to Life v. State of Ohio Controlling Board
Court: Supreme Court Ohio Docket: 13-1668
Case Result: The Ohio Supreme Court dismissed this challenge to the Medicaid expansion, ruling that the expansion was approved according to the rules that were set by the state legislature. In the court's opinion, its involvement would have been an inapproriate intrusion into political issues.
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Our legal advocacy initiatives - conducted by AARP Foundation Litigation (AFL) - reflect more than 15 years of work in federal and state courts across the country. Through our efforts, we support the Foundation’s four impact areas: Tackling Senior Hunger, Paving the Way to Stable Income, assuring the adequacy and availability of Safe and Afffordable Housing and Reconnecting People to Families and Communities, and ensure that those 50 and older have a voice in the laws and policies that affect their daily lives.