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Aldo M. Leiva, Esq. Presents “Cuba and the Miami Real Estate Market: Reality vs. Myth” to the Miami Association of REALTORS®

Under both current Cuban law and the U.S. embargo, U.S. Realtors cannot do business in Cuba. However, various industries such as agriculture, construction supplies, and tech companies can invest in Cuba. These insights, among others, were part of a presentation from Aldo M. Leiva, Esq. partner with Lubell Rosen in Coral Gables, Florida, when he presented “Cuba and the Miami Real Estate Market: Reality vs. Myth” to the Miami Association of REALTORS® on June 2, 2016.

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Planning for Tax Requirements in Asset Protection Plans

If you have a significant amount of assets, you definitely want to get a protection plan in place, especially if you work in a high-profile or high-risk career, in which you could find yourself in financially precarious situations. Litigation is a fairly common step for disputing parties in today’s society, and disagreements about treatment options, divorce proceedings, custody, parking, fault in a car accident, and more can quickly end up in front of a judge.

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Thinking About Settling? Take a Minute to Consider Your Options

A medical malpractice lawsuit is one of the most stressful things you can go through as a doctor, nurse, or medical professional. Your skills and abilities are being challenged, your judgment is called into question, and the future of your career could hang in the balance, depending on how serious the case in question turns out to be. If a patient has accused you of malpractice, and is demanding restitution, it can be hard to determine the best way to handle things.

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Lubell Rosen Partner Liz C. Messianu Featured in the Daily Business Review for her Commentary on the Late Prince and the Status of his Affairs

Liz C. Messianu is a Partner at Lubell Rosen in Coral Gables, Fl. She handles probate litigation, guardian administration and litigation and estate planning. Her most recent success is her article that was published in the Daily Business Review.  

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Lubell Rosen Partners Aldo M. Leiva, Esq., Julia Ingle, Esq., and Associate Megan Paranzino Featured in the Daily Business Review for Achieving a Complete Defense Verdict in a Medical Malpractice Case

Lubell Rosen Partners Aldo M. Leiva, Esq., Julia Ingle, Esq., and Associate Megan Paranzino, have been featured in the Daily Business Review for achieving a complete defense verdict for their client, Dr. Dawkins, in a medical malpractice case alleging wrongful death for alleged failure to diagnose and treat an infection.  

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Medicaid and Medicare Regulations and Audit Requirements

Medicaid and Medicare are governed by a web of regulations, rules and requirements that exist to ensure that patients are receiving the best care with the financial help they are granted, and that doctors who provide this care are properly compensated. Proper health care is expensive to provide, and for doctors who provide care to patients on government-funded programs, it’s important to understand how the billing and expenses work. It’s also important to know how best to handle overpayments, underpayments and any other financial complications that could crop up.

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Defending Against White Collar Criminal Charges

A white collar crime is typically considered any non-violent crime that is motivated by financial gain. The name comes from the expected criminal, meaning white collar crimes are usually committed by white collar workers like accountants, bankers, government employees, business owners, doctors and lawyers. Anything from inflating or deflating your income on your personal taxes, to pulling off a fraudulent financial scheme, can be considered a white collar crime. Even in seemingly small personal cases, these crimes can have disastrous consequences for your career and personal life.

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Hidden Items In the Boilerplate Of PBM Contracts: Arbitration Clauses by Bernard M. Cassidy, Esq.

For pharmacies, payments received from contracts for insureds are the lifeblood of their business. Unfortunately the contracts with Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) are generally what are described in the law as “contracts of adhesion,” meaning the agreements are generally take it or leave it propositions that cannot be negotiated. So when signing a contract, the fine print is generally ignored because disputing the language is of little use and the contract is too valuable to risk losing.

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Copayments: How The Failure To Collect Copayments Becomes A Crime by Bernard M. Cassidy, Esq.

To policymakers and insurance executives, copayments for health care services are an important component of preventing fraud. The rationale is that by requiring the patient to pay a portion of the bill the patient will be more scrupulous about what services they receive; with the added benefit that it directly reduces costs on each claim. The effect can at times work a cruel result; a patient has insurance but can’t afford the copayment and therefore can’t afford needed care.

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Knowing When to Settle Your Malpractice Lawsuit

No doctor or health care worker wants to be involved in a medical malpractice lawsuit, but sadly, lawsuits can be a part of the practice. Knowing how to handle them can mean the difference between protecting your career and financial security, or watching them dwindle away in payouts and legal fees.

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