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Xarelto Litigation Update
Xarelto (rivaroxaban) is a prescription blood thinner that was developed by pharmaceutical giant Bayer, and marketed by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, a division of another pharmaceutical giant, ...
Andrew Carothers, M.D., P.C. v Progressive Ins. Co. (2019 NY Slip Op 04643)
2019 NY Slip Op 04643 Decided on June 11, 2019 Court of Appeals This opinion is uncorrected and subject to revision before publication in the Official Reports Decided on June 11, 2019 No. 39 v Barry I. Levy, for respondent. Coalition Against Insurance Fraud; New York State Department of Financial Services, amici curiae. FAHEY , J. Only licensed physicians may practice medicine in New York. The unlicensed are not bound by the ethical rules that govern the quality of care delivered by a physician to a patient. By statute, regulation, and the common law, the corporate form cannot be used as a device to allow nonphysicians to control the practice of medicine. In State Farm Mut. Auto. Ins. Co. v Mallela (4 NY3d 313 ), we held that, pursuant to 11 NYCRR 65-3.16…
Preparing a will: What you need to know about estate planning documents, laws
Most people know the basic documents needed in an estate plan. But what most don’t know is that the seemingly simplest one, the will, isn't so simple.
Online Retailer DirectBuy Wins Auction For Z Gallerie
Online furniture and appliance seller DirectBuy Home Improvement, has won a bankruptcy auction for home-decor retailer Z Gallerie with a bid valued at $20.3 million.
The best books to read at every age, from 1 to 100
Sometimes books come into our lives just when we need them. Here’s what to read and when.
Top Attorney Award for Family Law Attorney at Findling Law
Award winning divorce lawyer Danny DeBene specializes exclusively in Michigan divorce and family law.
Wills, Living Wills, Power of Attorney, Trusts
Estate planning sounds so overwhelming: Wills, Living Wills, Power of Attorney, Trusts, Guardianships, etc., etc., etc. What doe...
Three Reasons Why Joint Accounts May Be a Poor Estate Plan
Three Reasons Why Joint Accounts May Be A Poor Estate Plan Three Reasons Why Joint Accounts May Be a Poor Estate Plan Many people, especially seniors, see joint ownership of investment and bank accounts as a cheap and easy way to avoid probate since joint property passes automatically to the joint owner at death. Joint ownership can also be an easy way to plan for incapacity since the joint owner of accounts can pay bills and manage investments if the primary owner falls ill or suffers from dementia. These are all true benefits of joint ownership, but three potential drawbacks exist as well Risk. Joint owners of accounts have complete access and the ability to use the funds for their own purposes. Many elder law attorneys have seen children who are caring for…