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- Merging Dental Practices
In this article I discuss the merger of dental practices, from a legal perspective. Without further adieu:
- Broker-Dealer Registration 101
Broker-dealers are subject to regulation by the SEC, FINRA, Self Regulatory Organizations (“SROs”) such as stock exchanges, and the states in which they do business.
- SEC Charges Securities Lawyer with Churning Bogus Legal Opinions
On March 8, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) charged Brian Reiss, a California securities lawyer, with churning out baseless legal opinions for penny stocks traded on the OTC Markets platform.
- How FINRA Rule 6490 lmpacts Reverse Mergers
How FINRA Rule 6490 lmpacts Reverse Mergers
- Business Mergers
In this article I discuss business mergers, from a legal perspective. Without further adieu:
- Merging Medical Practices
In this article, the author discusses the merger of medical practices, from a legal perspective.
- Stock Sales vs. Asset Sales: Some Basic Considerations for Selling a Privately-Held Business
When negotiating the sale and purchase of a privately-held business, a critical consideration for the parties is whether to structure the transaction as a “stock” or asset sale. For purposes of this article, a “stock” sale means the purchase and sale of the owner’s equity interest in the business. An asset sale, on the other hand, is the sale of all or most of the individual assets held by the business.
- California Labor Law: Checklist for Determining an Independent Contractor vs. an Employee
According to California labor law, the IRS has developed a checklist to distinguish between an independent contractor vs. full time. Understand this list to avoid any conflict between employee or contractor distinctions.
- Clinical Integration and the Rochester Network Advisory Opinion
by Ruder Ware
The Rochester Network Advisory Opinion is one of the few sources that we have to get a glimpse of what is required for a health care organization to "clinically integrate." Clinical integration is one method to reduce risk under the antitrust laws. Some of the details of the advisory opinion are discussed and analyzed by provider integration attorney John Fisher.
- Buying and Selling a Professional Practice
This article gives an overview of buying and selling a professional practice, be it a medical, dental, accounting, veterinarian or other practice.