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An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure: How to Ensure Attorney-Client Communications Remain Protected During a Health Care Transaction


Posted on December 3, 2019 in Health Law News

Published by: Hall Render

When an entity merges with or acquires another business, the parties to the transaction face a variety of issues. When attempting to sort out some of the more-dominant deal points (e.g., ever-changing regulatory requirements, successful employee integration, preferred methods of financing, etc.), many entities inadvertently overlook other details that, despite being seemingly routine, could... READ MORE

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Here Be Dragons – Regulatory Law and the Advice-of-Counsel Defense


Posted on July 20, 2012 in False Claims Act Defense, Litigation Analysis

Written by: David B. Honig

Federal regulations are an enormous morass of complex, confusing, and often contradictory rules. The 2009 Code of Federal Regulations was 163,333 pages in 226 individual books.  The 2010 Federal Register, which contains new regulations proposed rules, and presidential papers, contained an additional 81,305 pages.  Intended as a roadmap, providing guideposts and requirements for dealing... READ MORE

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