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Three Times Medical Malpractice Does Not Apply

Medical malpractice refers to negligent treatment of a patient by a healthcare provider, such as a doctor, nurse, pharmacist, or hospital. Litigation surrounding this issue is complicated, and it can … The post Three Times Medical Malpractice Does Not Apply … Continue reading

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Say What? SBA Says the Runway Extension Act Doesn’t Apply to SBA

The Small Business Runway Extension Act continues to be a hot topic of conversation among small businesses. For good reason: it revised the receipts calculation period for revenue-based size standards from three years to five.   In late 2018, the … Continue reading

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The Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act: What is it, Does it Apply to Me, and if it Does, What do I Stand to Lose?

The Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act (“OCSPA” or the “Act”) (Ohio Rev. Code § 1345.01 et seq.) is a set of laws that aim to protect consumers from sales practices that are deceptive, unfair, or unconscionable.  While the OCSPA serves … Continue reading

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Delineating CEQA’s Scope: First District Holds CEQA Does Not Apply To Ministerial Approval Of Multifamily Housing Project Allowed By Right Under Zoning Where City’s Discretion Was Limited To Design Review

In an opinion filed December 18, 2018, and later ordered published on January 10, 2019, the First District Court of Appeal affirmed a judgment denying appellant citizen groups’ writ petition challenging the City of St. Helena’s approval of an 8-unit, … Continue reading

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TAX COURT FINDS UNDERSTATEMENT PENALTIES DO NOT APPLY TO HARBORSIDE

By: Rachel Gillette and James Mann The Tax Court’s recent decision in Harborside (Patients Mutual Assistance Collective Corp v Commissioner (Patients Mutual 1) 151 T.C. (Nov. 29, 2018)) left open for decision the applicability of penalties. The Internal Revenue Code … Continue reading

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