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OSD, Additional Private Secretary Assistant Private Secretary and First PA who have worked in the personal staff of any minister for any duration during the last 10 years” The circular bears the signature of DoPT director Vandana Sharma The June 19 communique had said that “any officer/official/private person who has worked earlier in the personal staff of a minister in any capacity for any duration may not be appointed in the personal staff of Ministers in the present government” Following persistent pressure from several quarters however DoPT issued a clarification on July 8 saying that the June 19 circular “shall apply only in respect of Private Secretaries who had worked in the personal staff of any minister for any duration in the last 10 years” The July 8 communication also said that the June 19 circular “shall also not be applicable to such lower personal staff in class 3 and class 4 (now designated as MTS) such as drivers/attendants/peons” But the clarification created further confusion On July 9 sources in the DoPT said Secretary of Parliamentary Affairs Afzal Amanullah wrote to DoPT Secretary S K Sarkar saying: “It is not clear whether the term ‘Private Secretaries’ includes Additional Private Secretaries Assistant Private Secretaries and OSDs also as the OM dated June 19 2014 is not applicable to lower category of personal staff similar clarity is not applicable in respect of Additional/Assistant Private Secretaries and OSDs” The sources said that the July 23 communication was issued to further clarify the matter after getting comments from the Prime Minister’s Office The government also clarified on July 23 that an instruction issued by the UPA government that barred any person who had been on the personal staff of any minister for any 10 years of his/her career from further employment in a similar capacity would continue DoPT has cleared the appointments of private secretaries for around 30 of 44 union ministers But appointments of Additional PS Assistant PS and First PA have been on hold in most cases Sources said several ministers were lobbied by the 40-odd affected persons and they in turn took up the matter with the PM Among those who reportedly spoke to Modi were Home Minister Rajnath Singh Chemicals and Fertilisers Minister Ananth Kumar and Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan Modi reportedly asked his MoS Jitendra Singh and Principal Secretary Nripendra Misra to look into the matter and the result was the July 8 clarification which however failed to end the confusion An officer working with a senior minister — and who will have to now go as a result of the July 23 circular — had earlier told The Indian Express “The problem is that I cannot be here officially So whenever I travel with the minister we write in all our letters that ‘an attendant will accompany the minister’ without mentioning any names” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIn a troubling split decision issued on March 22 2016 a three-judge panel of the Sixth Circuit reversed the ruling by the district court for the Southern District of Ohio at Dayton in The Medical Center at Elizabeth Place LLC v Atrium Health System et al and remanded the case back to the district court for further proceedings At issue was whether Premier Health Partners (“Premier”) a joint venture formed through a joint operating agreement (“JOA”) in 1995 between four hospitals should be considered a “combination” subject to liability under §1 of the Sherman Act or whether it should be considered a single entity in line with the Supreme Court’s decision in Copperweld Corp v Independence Tube Corp (which would render the JOA incapable of conspiring in violation of the antitrust laws) The district court held thatPremier was a single entity and dismissed the case on summary judgment without adjudicating the question of whether Premier’s actions constituted impermissible anticompetitive conduct In reversing this decision the Sixth Circuit determined that the defendant hospitals were in fact competitors attempting to eliminate another competitor through concerted action On May 5 2016 the Sixth Circuit declined to rehear the decision of the three-judge panel en banc This decision is troubling for providers because it creates uncertainty regarding how JOAs will be analyzed under the antitrust laws Unfortunately the majority’s opinion appears to incorrectly focus on whether the JOA’s overall conduct is anticompetitive as opposed to the correct legal issue which is whether or not the JOA is considered a single entity capable of conspiring for antitrust purposes While the dissent appears to apply the antitrust analysis correctly the majority decision is the only court of appeals authority on this issue so now providers must be mindful of this decision in structuring future JOAs Background The private plaintiff The Medical Center at Elizabeth Place (“Elizabeth Place”) operates a 26-bed physician-owned hospital in Dayton Ohio specializing in acute-care surgical services Elizabeth Place competes against the defendant hospitals for surgical patients The defendant Premier through the JOA is composed of four hospitals: Good Samaritan Hospital; Miami Valley Hospital; Atrium Medical Center; and Upper Valley Medical Center Premier has no assets and provides no health care services instead providing administrative and financial services to the defendant hospitals including negotiating managed care contracts with commercial payors The defendant hospitals share revenues and losses pursuant to an agreed upon formula but maintain separate ownership of assets and file separate tax returns and other corporate forms and documents with the government Elizabeth Place claims that the defendant hospitals engaged in concerted action to keep Elizabeth Place from competing in the market by: Analysis In reversing the ruling of the district court the majority opinion stated that the defendant hospitals maintained separate identities and acted more like competitors than one unit citing letters emails and statements elicited from a consultant and the fact that the defendant hospitals maintained separate assets Judge Merritt asserted that each hospital holding its own assets prevented the hospitals from completely uniting their economic interests and resulted in “distinct potentially competing interests” among the hospitals and that each hospital “is a substantial independently owned” business “guided by a separate corporate consciousness” This is troubling because based on the limited legal precedent surrounding JOAs many practitioners advise that financial integration through sharing revenues and losses is usually sufficient to establish single-entity status even though the hospitals’ assets remain separate The majority’s opinion appears to assert that this type of profit sharing is not enough but rather there must be some type of asset integration The majority also appears to have conflated the single entity analysis with the “conspiracy in fact” analysis by focusing on certain conduct of the defendant hospitals including the defendant hospitals’ stated intent to engage in coercive behavior and the defendant hospitals’ alleged request to health insurance companies that those companies boycott Elizabeth Place The correct legal issue at hand was not whether Premier’s conduct was actually anticompetitive but rather whether Premier was a single entity able to conspire in the first place In finding that the defendant hospitals were distinct entities capable of conspiring to inhibit competition the court relied on a strategic plan prepared by a consulting company that reached the following conclusions based on interviews with Premier executives and key stakeholders: In the dissent Judge Griffin’s antitrust analysis is consistent with prior precedent stating that the majority misapplied the single-entity test developed in American Needle Inc v National Football League and Copperweld namely that Premier possessed a “complete unity of interest” and single center of decision-making Citing the JOA between Premier and the defendant hospitals Judge Griffin highlighted that while the defendant hospitals may maintain separate assets they do so in name only and derive no individual benefit from those assets Instead Premier had significant operational managerial and strategic control of the defendant hospitals Practical Takeaways While generally troubling for providers the Sixth Circuit ruling offers a number of practical takeaways to keep in mind if you are contemplating a JOA If you have any questions or would like additional information about this topic please contact one of the following members of Hall Render’s Antitrust Practice Group:By: Express Web Desk | Published: November 12 2017 4:42 pm Gareth Southgate’s side held Germany to a 0-0 draw (Source: Reuters) Top News After England held Germany to a 0-0 draw in an International friendly on Saturday manager Gareth Southgate said that he enjoyed his team’s performance at home which saw three young players making their debut Southgate was quoted by dailymail as saying “I enjoyed watching us play against Germany I haven’t enjoyed watching us play in all our games but away in Germany against Spain and Germany at home I’ve enjoyed the performances” “The best players are the best players because they have that hunger and desire to test themselves on the biggest of stages and with that comes certain pressures” said Southgate “But also we want it to be fun If they play like they did against Germany they’ll enjoy it” Talking about the new side he said that the young players need to be given time to establish a pathway “We’ve got to give them belief and time Whether it is me that benefits from that or the next manager the reason I was given the job was that I have an understanding of what is coming through We’ve looked at what Germany have done over a period of time and want to establish a pathway for our young players If we do that the technical type of player that is coming through our system now and the athletic profile we have got could be really exciting” “It’s a huge credit to the clubs for developing the sort of players they are But we would be foolish not to have seen the signs of Spain and Germany being successful following on from success at youth level and sticking with some continuity” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News has immense potential to provide employment in its 25 nodes, “The dog, For all the latest India News, In continental Europe.

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