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August 8, 2012 By Malaise Law Firm
While it may seem like you are getting more for less, paying the minimum balance on a credit card could leave you paying hundreds more than the item was originally worth. The way credit card companies make money is by getting you to pay interest in items that you purchase with their cards. One of the most important things to consider when making payments toward your credit card balance is “what is my interest rate?”
August 8, 2012 By Frank A. Rubino, Esq. PA.
For people charged with white collar crimes, the challenges local governments face in investigating and prosecuting white collar crimes can be an opportunity for a strong defense. Simplify the issue. That’s the advice often given to prosecutors who must try white collar criminal charges before a jury. White collar crimes often involve complex concepts and evidence.
August 8, 2012 By Amaro Law Firm
Shale formations are an invaluable resource when it comes to natural gas and oil. The side effects of drilling in these shale deposits, however, can be costly. Shale is a type of rock which is made out of mud, clay, and fragments of other minerals. Shale is characterized by the thin layers make up the rock, meaning it can easily splinter and flake.
This article gives a very brief overview of how a physician leaves or closes a medical practice. The physician can’t just walk away – leaving or closing a medical practice is more complex than you think. In this article I try to give both sides of the story, that is, the perspectives of both the individual physician and the group practice.
In this article I discuss how a non-licensed person can work with a medical practice, including the use of an administrative / management service company. Here is my conclusion up-front: A non-licensed person can work with a medical practice so long as there is NO ownership in the practice, where ownership includes not only stock in a medical corporation but also a share in revenues.
Medical offices need special lease provisions. All leases need negotiation and revision, but leases for physicians need a little more. In this article, I discuss some advanced lease provisions that medical practices frequently need. For a basic explanation of commercial leases, refer to my article Understanding Commercial Leases.
August 8, 2012 By Simbolon & Partners
The general principle on dissolution of Limited Liability Company is stipulated under Article 143 paragraph (1) of Law No. 40 of 2007 regarding Limited Liability Company, which provides that the dissolution of company does not automatically erase the legal status of the company. The legal status would be lost at the end of the liquidation process and accountability of liquidator has been accepted by the General Meeting of Shareholder or District Court.
This article gives a quick overview of buying and selling a medical practice. I discuss the deal from due diligence, through deal terms, to the definitive deal documents. Finding the Deal - The first step is to find a deal. Talk to people in the industry. Find out if a physician is looking to sell and retire, or if an up-and-coming associate is looking to buy.
August 8, 2012 By Law Offices of Regis Mullen & Shane Mullen, Inc.
Why should you hire a Plano personal injury lawyer if you have been injured in a car accident, or any accident caused by someone else? The fact is, most people are not familiar with the laws, and what they are actually legally entitled to. Essentially, you may be taken advantage of by the defendant's insurance company without skilled legal guidance.
August 8, 2012 By Jaburg Wilk
What is the best approach for your estate plan and tax savings strategies in 2012? There are plenty of planning opportunities in 2012, regardless of actions that may be taken by Congress. With the uncertainty in the Estate Tax and Gift Tax Laws, coupled with an election cycle, many people are faced with the decision of what approach is best for both their estate plan and tax savings strategies in 2012.