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Medical Professionals Must Be Held Accountable For Their Actions

When a medical patient suffers death, injury, or other harm as a direct result of a medical professional's actions – including the failure to act, when they ought to have – we refer to the series of related events as “medical malpractice.” At Baizer, Kolar & Lewis, P.C., we've been representing patients in Chicago medical malpractice claims for many...

Do new businesses deserve a tax break?

A new report produced to coincide with Global Entrepreneurship week has said that newly established small businesses should be given some form of tax exemption for their first year or two of business. For more information regarding your new UK business, you can contact HRMC directly via http://contacthmrc.com. The suggestion is one of 10 core findings in the study produced...

LPO (legal process outsourcing)

LPO (legal process outsourcing) is transforming the way law firms process documents – cutting down costs and boosting efficiency. Mark Ford, Knowledge Centre Director at Clifford Chance, which has set up a legal process offshoring centre in India, explains the benefits of the arrangement. “There are a lot of people who are hoping that this whole LPO thing will...

Meeting Compliance Difficulty, Head On

Meeting Compliance

Facing very difficult times, not only as a company but as a geographical region and business segment, we sat down together in December, looked at the road behind us, the blurred road map ahead and said to ourselves: We need to act, now! When crisis struck, I believe everyone was somewhat expecting it but still, was taken off guard. Numbers started...

Laying down the law

Changes to the local rules on conduct of business activity in Poland after May 1, 2004 will concern three groups of entities. First, they will facilitate business activity of entities from the EU member states. Second, Polish business entities will be forced to compete with stronger entities from the EU and adapt their own activities to new rules. Third, the new rules...