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Business and Legal Considerations for Selling my Physician Practice

Business and Legal Considerations for  Selling my Physician Practice Physicians may be determine that it is in their best interest to sell their medical practice for various personal and business reasons. A few of the reasons may chose to sell are because: (1) they are retiring; (2) relocating to another city/state; (3) maintaining the practice is too much of a burden/stress; (4) they are physically unable to meet the demands; (5) lower reimbursement rates; or (6) someone simply made them an offer that they couldn’t refuse. Regardless of the reason why a physician may choose to sell their practice there are...

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Legal Eligibility Requirements for the Terminally Ill to Receive Hospice Care (Video)

Hospice means a public agency or private organization primarily engaged in providing hospice care. Hospice care includes palliative care and they are used in unison by an interdisciplinary group to provide physical comfort and emotional and spiritual support to terminally ill patients and their families. Hospice care is focused on caring for the patient and not curing them. Let’s face it, hospice is grim and the outlook is bleak, but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be prepared for it. In order to do so, it is important to determine how the law may affect your loved one’s eligibility, patient...

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Legal Eligibility Requirements for the Terminally Ill to Receive Hospice Care

We’ve all heard the saying that dying and paying taxes are the only two guaranteed things in life. Taxes and death have another thing in common – extensions. A CPA may instruct you on how to obtain an extension to pay certain taxes. Hospice care is to dying as a CPA is to taxes. Placing a loved one in hospice may extend a loved one’s life by weeks or months. Let’s face it, hospice is grim and the outlook is bleak, but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be prepared for it. In order to do so, it is important...

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General Partnership vs Joint Venture (Video)

Clients often come to my office very excited about a new business that they are hoping to start or purchase from an existing owner. Many times they need financial help, the expertise and knowledge of someone else with experience in the industry, or a combination of both. As a Corporate Attorney, I’ve drafted numerous contracts and agreements throughout the years in an effort to protect my clients while they achieve their company goals. I can appreciate the different types of contracts and the terms contained therein in a way that some of my clients cannot. Sometimes I have to tell...

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The Debate Over General Partnerships vs. Joint Ventures

Clients often come to my office very excited about a new business that they are hoping to start or purchase from an existing owner. Many times they need financial help, the expertise and knowledge of someone else with experience in the industry, or a combination of both. As a Corporate Attorney, I’ve drafted numerous contracts and agreements throughout the years in an effort to protect my clients while they achieve their company goals. I can appreciate the different types of contracts and the terms contained therein in a way that some of my clients cannot. Sometimes I have to...

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Coaching at the L. Edward Bryant, Jr. National Health Law Transactional Moot Court Competition

Jamaal R. Jones, Esq. will be coaching the Nova Southeastern University - Shepard Broad College of Law's team at the 6th annual L. Edward Bryant, Jr. National Health Law Transactional Moot Court Competition. The event will take place on March 18,2016 at the Loyola University Chicago School of Law and was co-hosted by The Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy and the American Bar Association. About the Competition The Transactional Competition seeks to expose law students to the core competencies of the corporate and regulatory practice of health care law. Students will be challenged to apply corporate lawyering skills by providing...

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I’m HIV Positive and Worried About Employment Discrimination

Discrimination isn’t as overt as it once was during preceding generations, but discrimination is still a rampant problem affecting those residing within the United States. Millions of Americans are discriminated against for various reasons, such as race, country of origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender, etc. Unlike other identifiers, it is difficult to shield your race or gender from the public, and we are not afforded special protections under the law simply because we are African-American or female. However, other identifiers such as an HIV-positive status does not present itself to the public the way that race and gender does. More than...

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The Sobering Reality About Substance Abuse Rehab Centers (Video)

Prescription drug companies and alcoholic beverage companies spend millions of dollars annually on researching, testing, and marketing their products. Typically, illegal drug dealers don’t spend millions (if any) money on research, testing, and marketing of their drugs. Regardless of the difference in the amounts of money spent by companies and dealers to attract consumers to purchase the products that they sell -- these companies generate significant revenue and profits year after year. Despite many warnings, consumers of these products often become addicted to drugs and alcohol. Savvy entrepreneurs realize that millions of Americans are seeking treatment but desire exclusivity, privacy, and...

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The Sobering Reality About Substance Abuse Rehab Centers

Prescription drug companies and alcoholic beverage companies spend millions of dollars annually on researching, testing, and marketing their products. Typically, illegal drug dealers don’t spend millions (if any) money on research, testing, and marketing of their drugs. Regardless of the difference in the amounts of money spent by companies and dealers to attract consumers to purchase the products that they sell -- these companies generate significant revenue and profits year after year. Despite many warnings, consumers of these products often become addicted to drugs and alcohol. Alcohol is the most commonly used addictive substance in the United States. Drug use is...

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Should you Sign that Physician Employment Agreement? (Video)

Jamaal Jones, Esq. discusses what Physicians should look for in their Physician Employment Agreements prior to signing so that they can negotiate terms of the Agreement that are unfavorable to the Physician. Watch this video to learn how to receive more vacation time, greater compensation, and shorter restrictive covenants. ...

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