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In this webinar, we revisit issues and policy questions surrounding Minnesota’s so-called “three-legged stool” and focus on our state’s three revenue workhorses: income tax, sales and use tax, and property tax.
Our October Health Law Webinar covered common challenging patient scenarios and the legal consequences that flow from them, as well as providing tips for preventing and minimizing risk.
Avoiding Regulatory Trouble & Responding to Government Inquiries: Anti-Fraud & FDA Update for Manufacturers
Fredrikson & Byron’s White Collar & Regulatory Defense Group and Gardner Law presented a half-day webinar to learn about the latest anti-fraud and FDA cases; what it takes to design and maintain an effective compliance program and perform investigations; and how to respond to a government investigation.
During our September Health Law Webinar, Katie Douglas, Andrew Holm and Ryan Johnson discuss various growth and exit options for physician practices, including sales to private equity groups, practice consolidations and other creative growth strategies.
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This year’s event continued the conversation with financial institution leaders who shared what they learned in 2020 and what they are doing with what they learned in their businesses, communities and personal lives.
Whether it be state tax nexus, federal tax conformity or remote worker issues, the 2021 legislative session has been full of interesting state tax issues. Together with guest speakers from COST, our Fredrikson state tax team recapped several of these multistate issues during this webinar on June 10, 2021.
Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs) can be a great way to reduce costs and generate profit. They can also become a huge albatross. Our June Health Law Webinar explores common legal and practical issues, including ideas for structuring ownership and dividing income, the benefits and risks of joint ventures, common misperceptions about the antikickback safe harbors and the perils of management contracts.
In both hospital systems and physician-owned clinics, there are rules that limit the options for compensating physicians for their work. In addition, there are practical considerations that should influence compensation formula design. Our May Health Law Webinar will discuss both scenarios, including how changes to Stark will require changes to some compensation arrangements.