Tag Archives: Secondary

Medicare Secondary Payer Portal (MSPRP) Overview Webinar Scheduled for August 16, 2018

You may recall we recently advised that CMS released an updated Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Portal (MSRP) user guide, with the intention of creating more efficient practices.  CMS will be hosting a webinar to present the benefits of using the … Continue reading

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CMS Releases Updated Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Portal User Guide Noting Enhancements to the Portal

CMS recently released an updated Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Portal (MSRP) user guide in the hopes to lead to some more efficient practices.  A summary of the updates is as follows:   To reduce the number of calls received by … Continue reading

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AI applied to secondary law to follow AI’s current use in primary law

Machines today are presenting lawyers with law they should see without the lawyers even searching or looking for the law. When I practiced, when I wanted the see the law I needed to search for it, and not via a … Continue reading

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American Finance Trust – $16.25/Share – Secondary Sale Price

American Finance Trust – AFIN – Recovery of Investment Losses Have you suffered losses investing in American Finance Trust, Inc. at the recommendation of your financial advisor? If so, the securities attorneys at The White Law Group may be able … Continue reading

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Prescriptive Easement Allegations Indicating That The Plaintiff’s Use Of A Road For Primary Residential Use Was More Expansive Than The Restrictive, Emergency And Secondary Access Use Language Contained In Original Recorded Easement Grant Was Sufficiently “Adverse” To Survive A Demurrer.

In McBride v. Smith, (2018) 18 Cal.App.5th 1160, the court of appeal held that a prescriptive easement claim can survive a demurrer (that is, a which is a motion to dismiss brought early in the case), where allegations in the … Continue reading

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