Jay Reyero Speaks About the CAN-SPAM Act and How It Impacts MedSpas

On Wednesday, October 3, 2018, Jay Reyero presented an overview of Sending Blast Emails… Legally: The CAN-SPAM Act and How It Impacts MedSpas via webinar for the American Med Spa Association (“AmSpa”).  The webinar provided an overview of the CAN-SPAM Act and discussed strategies for MedSpa marketing to ensure compliance. If you missed the live […]

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California Passes Amendment to the New Privacy Law

  Just two months after California passed their new sweeping consumer privacy law, the California Legislature has passed an amendment to the act that was submitted to the Governor on September 12th for signature.  The original bill, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“Privacy Act”), was signed into law on June the 28, 2018, […]

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Renee Coover to speak at DePaul College of Law Jaharis Health Law Institute about the legalities of medical aesthetics

Renee Coover has been asked to lecture law students, professors and other attorneys at her alma mater, DePaul College of Law. Renee will be presenting on September 27, 2018, as part of the Jaharis Health Law Institute’s lecture series at DePaul. The lecture will focus on the laws and regulations affecting the medical spa industry, […]

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Massachusetts Removes Barrier For MedSpa Ownership by Nurse Practitioners

In many states the corporate practice of medicine doctrine precludes a non-physician from owning and operating a MedSpa. Until recently the State of Massachusetts was such a state, unless you went through a rigorous process to become licensed by the Department of Public Health (“DPH”).  However, the DPH has recently altered their policy requiring nurse […]

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Telemedicine Law – Delaware Update

On June 1, 2018, the Delaware Board of Medical Licensure and Discipline (“Board”) issued a rule to clear up some important issues in the Delaware telemedicine law surrounding patient exams and prescriptions.  Telemedicine promises to leverage telecommunication technology to improve delivery and efficiency of medical care.  However, it is not risk free. Without the traditional […]

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New California Privacy Law Will Impact the Medical Industry

With seemingly daily reports of data breaches or improper sharing of user data, consumer privacy is a growing concern.  California is the latest State to take action to protect consumers’ personal information and has passed a law that provides strong and broad protections to do so.  Signed into law on June the 28, 2018, the […]

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