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  • Why Contesting an OSHA Citation Classification is More Important Than the Fine

    There is no secret that OHSA violations put a lot on the line for employers. From substantial fines and collateral expenses to serious repercussions that threaten the reputation and future of a ... Read Article

May Posts

  • Why Contesting an OSHA Citation Classification is More Important Than the Fine

    There is no secret that OHSA violations put a lot on the line for employers. From substantial fines and collateral expenses to serious repercussions that threaten the reputation and future of a business, OSHA citations can be devastating, especially when they are not handled ... Read Article
  • Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Dividing Medical Practice Assets

    Change is inevitable, as are many of the unforeseen circumstances that can prompt it. While ending any business relationship can be challenging, there are increased complexities and risks when those businesses are involved in health care. Whether a professional relationship or ... Read Article
  • Prescription Drug Fraud

    Health care fraud can encompass a wide range of unlawful acts committed by physicians and health care providers who wrongfully acquire money from government programs or from private companies. This can include everything from billing and coding errors, kickbacks and bribes, and ... Read Article
  • Shareholder Actions: Direct or Derivative?

    Any business relationship involving shared financial interests will inevitably see change, as well as the potential for disputes . In some situations, those disputes may require shareholders in a corporation to file suit to prevent and remedy a wrong – either on behalf of the ... Read Article
  • Physician Non-Competes in Texas

    Like many businesses, medical practices have an interest in retaining their customers (which is to say, patients) when a physician leaves the practice. In Texas (unlike some other states), medical practices can protect that interest by entering into non-competition agreements ... Read Article
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