Blog reposted from our Sponsor Synergy Settlement Services. The original blog can be viewed here.
An intriguing case, Mayo v NYU Langone Med. Ctr., just came out of the Supreme Court of New York, reminding the trial bar that when resolving a conditional payment for a Medicare beneficiary only the “Final Demand” letter is final. Reliance upon a “Conditional Payment Letter” (CPL) is inappropriate. The Mayo case revolved around whether a settlement agreement may be declared void, based on an incorrect assumption of the Medicare conditional payment amount. The conditional payment amount in this specific