Join us on June 14, 2017, for our next Health Law Webinar on Measuring the Aftershocks from the Landmark Supreme Court Decision in United Health Services, Inc. v. Escobar.
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Join Fredrikson & Byron on June 22 for an interactive discussion on the current legal and tax issues involved with conducting business in Canada.
Join Fredrikson & Byron and other executives and seasoned professionals on June 8, 2017, for a panel discussion on how technology and innovation are shaping the customer experience.
Fredrikson & Byron is proud to host Jessica Looman, Deputy Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry, as she presents at the June 8 meeting of the Minnesota Management Attorneys Association.
Health Law Webinar: Physician Compensation Issues: Why “Survey Says?!” May Be Totally Wrong and More
Please join us on May 10, 2017, for our next Health Law Webinar. This session will discuss key compensation related issues, describe common mistakes and misconceptions and describe shortcomings in many fair market value analyses.
On May 3, 2017, Fredrikson & Byron’s White Collar & Regulatory Defense group hosted a panel presentation on the real issue of employee malfeasance in large and small organizations.
Join us on April 12 for our next Health Law Webinar as we discuss recent updates affecting health record privacy and confidentiality.
Fredrikson & Byron co-sponsored a program with Federal Bar Association, Minnesota Chapter on May 2, 2017. The program focused on how prosecutors, defense attorneys and forensic accountants work together to uncover employee theft and bring embezzlers to justice.
On April 11, 2017, attorneys from Fredrikson & Byron’s International practice explored some of the key issues in cross-border transactions in Asia, Latin America and the European Union.
Health Law Webinar: Nondiscrimination Update: Website Accessibility, Recent ADA Litigation and Section 1557 of the ACA
Please join us on March 8, 2017, for our next Health Law Webinar: Nondiscrimination Update: Website Accessibility, Recent ADA Litigation and Section 1557 of the ACA.