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Virginia Medical Record Law Overview if Virginia Medical Records Law a) In addition to HIPAA and other federal laws, medical records in Virginia are covered by multitude of different statutes scattered throughout the...
Avoiding Bar Complaints and Malpractice Suits in Georgia Avoiding claims for legal malpractice and ethical violations requires more than merely following the law and exercising the appropriate standard of care.
Top 10 IP Issues in Contracts IP is everywhere. Good ideas for products or sometimes services that are the subject of your client’s contracts are often valuable.
Judgment Enforcement in New Jersey: Obtaining the Judgment To avoid problems when ultimately seeking to execute on the judgment, the creditor should make every effort to be as specific as possible when identifying the...
Law Enforcement Records and the Missouri Sunshine Law The Missouri Sunshine Law is codified in Chapter 610 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri. Chapter 610 is entitled “Governmental Bodies and Records”.
Judgment Enforcement in Bankruptcy As the economy changes, strategies for collecting money while avoiding legal liability are becoming increasingly valuable.
Georgia Law of Trade Secrets and Confidential Information While it has become almost trite to say, we are indeed living in an information age. Information today is being created faster and disseminated more widely than...
Breach of Fiduciary Duty In the Employment Context in Georgia The Georgia Supreme Court has held that fiduciary duties are owed where a confidential relationship exists between the parties.
The Commercial Eviction in Washington Chapter 59.12 of the Revised Code of Washington contains three actions in equity: unlawful detainer, forcible detainer, and forcible entry.
Ethical Issues in Discovery The purpose of this article is to encourage a thoughtful analysis and discussion of the ethical obligations that lawyers have when conducting discovery, particularly depositions.
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