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A slip and fall accident may seem like “no big deal,” but in some cases this can be farthest from the truth. A slip or fall can lead to serious injuries, costing thousands of dollars in medical expenses.
Health Care Provider Liability under the False Claims Act (31 U.S.C. § 3729 et seq.) - A recent decision by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals details circumstances under which health care providers may be held liable under the False Claims Act (“FCA”), 31 U.S.C. § 3729, et seq., for alleged fraud committed under Part C of the U.S. Medicare program. By Cliff Holmes, Esq. Attorney for Dunlap, Grubb & Weaver PLLC (Washington, DC)
When a bankruptcy case is filed the individual debtor announces his or her intent to proceed under Chapter 7, 11, or 13 of the federal Bankruptcy Code. Each bankruptcy chapter has its own advantages and challenges. During some cases, the debtor’s circumstances may change and another bankruptcy chapter becomes more beneficial. In these cases the debtor may be able to convert the bankruptcy case to a different chapter.
Hollywood’s depiction of Estate Administration leaves the impression that a last will is something that is read by an attorney and then the assets are handed out to the family members after a relative passes away. In reality, when you use a last will to express your final wishes your estate is going to have to pass through a process called probate.
A brief note on the provisions of Ethiopian Legal System governing child custody.
A brief note on alimony / spousal support under the Ethiopian Legal System.
If you want to know if a mistake in a contract can be strong enough to cancel it according to Ethiopian law you might want to read this.
A brief note on Defacto Divorces and their implications according to Ethiopian law.
Advance medical directives are an essential part of an estate plan, but where and when do you express your wishes regarding organ donation?
Have you wondered how the Ethiopian law addresses the issue of execution of foreign judgments? Below you will find brief note on how foreign Judgments are executed or enforced in Ethiopia.