22 Clearinghouse Rev. 1 (1988-1989)

handle is hein.journals/clear22 and id is 1 raw text is: T he Medicare as Secondary Payer
Program: New Cost-Containment
Measures Present Questions of
Fairness, by Ellen Hurley, Nancy
Pack-Rayman, and Sally Hart Wilson
....................................................... . . 3
The Medicare as Secondary Payer Program
was designed to reduce Medicare expendi-
tures by making Medicare the secondary,
rather than primary, payer of medical ex-
penses in certain situations when there is
dual insurance coverage; this article describes
two areas of the program that can have
harsh and inequitable effects on beneficiaries.
The Involuntary Conversion of Employees into
Self-Employed: The Internal Revenue Service and
Section 530, by Marc Linder ............................ 14
During the 1980s, increasing numbers of farmworkers and
other low-paid workers have been deprived of various bene-
fits and protections provided by federal law because their
employers have reclassified them as independent contrac-
tors; this article offers analysis of a little-known federal
income tax provision that has facilitated this wave of
reclassification.

Volume 22, No. 1
May 1988

Patching the Crack in the Floor: Strategies for
Expanding the Minimum Wage, by Paula Roberts
and  Susan  Bowers ..................................................   23
In this second part of the Family Policy Series, the authors
describe the history of federal minimum-wage laws, current
minimum-wage workers and arguments for and against chang-
ing the minimum wage at this time, pending federal legisla-
tion and related proposals on the issue, and various state
legislation.
Recent Developments in the Law
Governing Medical Treatment for
Older People and People with
Disabilities, by the National Legal
Center for the Medically Dependent and
D isabled  ........................................  31
Recent federal and state developments have
had a significant impact on the ability of
legal services attorneys to represent the
interests of medically dependent persons.

MAY 1988

C   om     puter         and        R  esearch             N   ew     s   ...............................................................................................................                               43
Federal            R   egister           H   ighlights             .......................................................................................................................... 44
C   ase      D   evelopm             ents         ........................................................................................................................................ 53
Attorneys/Legal Services                        .......................... 53                                     Juveniles ...............................................                     68
Bankruptcy .................................................. 54                                                  Landlord/Tenant                  ..................................           69
Civil Procedure/Adm                    inistrative        Law       ........ 55                                   M  ental Health             ......................................           71
Consum          er .................................................... 55                                        M  igrants       ................................................. 72
Dom      estic     Relations         .................................... 57                                      Native       Am     ericans        ................................          73
Food       Programs            .......................................... 58                                      Prisons        ................................................... 74
Handicapped Persons ............ 60                                                                               Social Security ........................ 74
Health       .......................................................... 60                                        Transportation              ....................................... 76
Housing           ...................................................... 65                                       Unemploym              ent Com         pensation           .......           76
Im   m  igration        ................................................ 67                                       W   elfare     .................................................              78
A   dvance            Sheet          H   ighlights .............................................................................................................................. 84
Job        M   arket .......................................................................................................................................................... 98
C   asetable             .......................................................................................................................................................... 109
C   losing          Statem           ent .................................................................................................................. inside                                    back        cover
A new monthly column, Closing Statement will feature short articles expressing different points of view on issues
affecting legal services.

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