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Speed matters: four tactical approaches to speeding up divestitures and maximizing value

With pressure to increase shareholder value from low productivity assets, many companies are exploring the idea of divestures. Yet, a recent article by McKinsey & Company suggests that only 29 percent of divestitures achieve win-win scenarios, whereby both the parent … Continue reading

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Four Alternatives to Traditional Divorce

To most people, divorce means using negotiations or litigation to settle disputes about the division of marital property and allocation of parental responsibilities. This process describes one form of divorce called a contested divorce. Though contested divorce is the most common … Continue reading

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Four County Civil Practice – Bucks, Chester, Delaware & Montgomery Counties, PBI

  If you practice in the neighboring counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties, learn the tips you need to avoid being caught uninformed and unprepared. Examine the latest local rules and how to effectively move your case from … Continue reading

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Four Lipcon Attorneys Named to Best Lawyers in America for 2019

Here at Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A., we are committed to the provision of client-oriented legal advocacy, and believe … The post Four Lipcon Attorneys Named to Best Lawyers in America for 2019 appeared first on LMAW, PA. Read … Continue reading

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Internal Medicine Physician Convicted in Los Angeles Federal Court After Six-Day Trial of Conspiracy to Pay or Receive Kickbacks for Medicare Referrals and Four Counts of Receiving Kickbacks.

Health care fraud and kickback cases can be difficult to defend due to the amount of documentation and when there are numerous cooperating witnesses. A recent case, seemed to have a number of weak, inconsistent witnesses who had already plead … Continue reading

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