Physicians' legal and financial planning must properly protect their assets, businesses, and family. These basic questions about your planning will help you determine if you've done enough.
Ike Devji, JD
Any medical practice with multiple owners must have a funded buy-sell agreement in place to protect the partners and their families from the death or exit of a partner.
Doctors are paying more attention to building and retaining personal wealth than ever before. Understanding some core legal concepts about protecting assets and managing risks is a key part of that education.
Summer vacations are a lot of fun, but travel presents various risks to your assets and safety. Here is what you need to know to protect yourself and your family.
Understand why the “100 deadliest days” could affect physicians and practice staff personally and professionally.
Understand how to protect—and avoid infringing on—copyrights, patents, and trade secrets at your practice.
Medical practice owners and execs need to understand and protect their intellectual property, as well as avoid legal exposure of infringing on the legal rights of others.
It’s spring, so that means keeping an eye on seasonal exposures, particularly IRA funding, automobile liability, and even medical marijuana business profits.
April 15 is around the corner. Here are mistakes, scams, and misinformation to know when filing your taxes.
Regardless of your political position, guns are a reality that physicians must manage like all other medical practice risks.