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Medicaid and Elder Law in Kentucky: The Future of Long Term Care According to the National Clearinghouse for Long Term Care Information,1 long term care consists of supports and services to meet health of personal care...
Public Contracts and Procurement Regulations in Virginia Issues, Ethical and Otherwise, for Procurement Lawyers and Their Clients Lawyers and their clients, both, have the authority and the responsibility to establish...
Noncompete Agreements in Alabama Covenants not to compete are disfavored in Alabama as restraints on trade which tend to “deprive the public of efficient service” and to “impoverish the individual.
Landlord Tenant Disputes Over Tenant Installed Property in Washington It is relatively common for a landlord or property manager to ask whether a tenant is allowed to, or must, remove the “fixtures” that the tenant...
Covenants Not to Compete in Tennessee Covenants not to compete are disfavored in Tennessee because they are deemed to be in restraint of trade. Murfreesburo Medical Clinic, P.
Basics of Trust Administration in California on First Death Revocable Living Trusts – Administration and Termination 1. Basic Trust Administration – Outright distribution a.
Fundamentals of Construction Contracts in California A construction contract is the warranty that the executed job will receive the specific amount of compensation or how the compensation will be distributed.
Estate Recovery Issues in North Dakota and Minnesota Estate recovery, in its simplest terms, refers to the process by which the Medicaid state agency, or an agency or political subdivision responsible for such work under...
Covenants Not to Compete in Florida Covenants not to compete in the State of Florida are governed by statute. See, F.S.A. §542.335. The statute applies to all covenants that became effective on or after July 1, 1996.
Employment Law A to Z in IL: Restrictive Covenants & Trade Secrets The best way for an employer to protect its confidential information and customer relationships is a well-drafted contract in which the employee agrees...
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