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Breach under HIPAA may have Occurred. . . . Am I Required to Notify?
September 25, 2014   By: Cornell Kennedy
As you may know, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”) imposes standards for the use and disclosure of protected health information Read More

Drafting and Negotiating Physician Employment Agreements – Part 2
September 23, 2014   By: Mark Ison
Note:   This is the second in a series of posts that will examine various aspects of drafting and negotiating physician employment agreements in detail.  Read More

The Wisdom of Internal Investigations: What to Take Away from the NFL’S Response to the Ray Rice Incident
September 19, 2014   By: Albert Bart & Amy Rao Mohan
If you pay any attention to professional football (whether as a rabid fan, fantasy football player, or general sports enthusiast) or simply follow current events, Read More

Bloggers Beware: Defamation
September 18, 2014   By: Amy Rao Mohan
Defamation has been around for a long time but the methods in which someone can defame another seem to be multiplying daily.  Courts consistently have Read More

Was the bankruptcy filed in bad faith?
September 16, 2014   By: Ryan Holt
It’s never good news to learn that someone who owes you money filed bankruptcy.  Bankruptcy often means taking a haircut on how much you’ll be Read More

Using Tennessee’s Trust Law to Fix Broken Trusts
September 11, 2014   By: Carla Lovell
Trusts can provide beneficiaries with significant benefits, including asset protection and professional asset management.  However, sometimes due to changed or unforeseen circumstances, the terms of Read More

What is “Market”?
September 9, 2014   By: Albert Bart
As M&A activity has gradually returned to pre-recession levels, the oft asked question, “What is Market?” has also returned.  In general, the question is asked Read More

Drafting and Negotiating Physician Employment Agreements – Part 1
September 4, 2014   By: Mark Ison
Note:   This is the first in a series of posts that will examine various aspects of drafting and negotiating physician employment agreements in detail.  Read More

A Reminder About Additional Disclosure Requirements For Physicians Practices Providing Certain Imaging Services
September 2, 2014   By: Cornell Kennedy
Physician practices that refer Medicare patients for in-office magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT) and positron emission tomography (PET) should be aware of changes Read More

Why Attorneys Should Embrace Crisis Communications
August 28, 2014   By: Amy Rao Mohan
It happens to all of us.  At some point a crisis hits nearly every organization or individual.  We’ve seen it with NFL athletes, politicians, celebrities, Read More

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