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Credit Union Client Alert - June 2015
On November 21, 2013, the NCUA Board implemented changes to the regulations governing federally insured credit unions' obligations when involved with a credit union service organization (“CUSO”).
By Erin Deal, E. Andrew Keeney and Lender Representation

Cybersecurity Client Alert - June 2015
Kaufman & Canoles’ Cybersecurity Response Team was formed to respond to the growing critical need to manage and provide legal advice following a data security incident.
By Nicole J. Harrell and Cybersecurity Response Team

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