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Health Care Client Alert - Federal Government Issues Fraud Alert on Medical Directorships
On June 9, 2015, the Office of Inspector General ('OIG'), within the United States Department of Health and Human Services, released a Fraud Alert regarding physician compensation arrangements, with a specific focus on payments made to physicians under medical directorship agreements.
By T. Braxton McKee, Laura Dickson Rixey and Health Care

Employment Law Update - Summer 2015
The Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit – the federal court that governs application of employment law in Virginia, Maryland, North and South Carolina, and West Virginia – has over the past few years been edging towards a more employee-friendly view of the law.
By Labor & Employment

GSA Schedule Contracting: Understanding the Process, Opportunities, and Pitfalls
Christopher T. Page presented “GSA Schedule Contracting: Understanding the Process, Opportunities and Pitfalls” at the K&C Government Contracts Breakfast Seminar on May 6, 2015.

Virginia's Conflict of Interest and Ethics Laws - 2015 Amendments
Christopher T. Page presented “Virginia’s Conflict of Interest and Ethics Laws - 2015 Amendments” at the Virginia Sheriff’s Association Spring Meeting on April 23, 2015.

Private Client Services Update - Hindsight is 20-20: Simple Estate Planning Steps We Wish Clients Would Take Before Death
Attorneys in the Kaufman & Canoles Private Client Services Group regularly represent what lawyers call personal representatives: those who are administering decedents' estates, serving as executor under a will or serving as trustee named in a living trust.
By Gregory R. Davis and Private Client Services

Credit Union Legal Update - Recent Lawsuits: What Credit Unions Need to Know
When credit unions are unable to resolve disagreements with their members or third parties, they often end up in court. 
By Lender Representation

BYOD Creates Credit Union Legal Risks
John Bredehoft was recently quoted in the Credit Union Times article "BYOD Creates Credit Union Legal Risks".
By John M. Bredehoft