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Tuesday, November 17th, 2015

Pharmacies in the U.S. rarely get visits from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). Usually, the state authorities will handle inspections and enforcement of regulations concerning pharmacies. However, in cases of drug diversion from pharmacies, and in certain cases of “doctor shoppers” and forged prescriptions, the DEA may need to become involved. Pharmacy owners and […]

Monday, July 6th, 2015

When you sue someone or bring a lawsuit against a company or an individual, you are starting the litigation process. Choosing to litigate a dispute is usually the measure of last resort. This process often happens after failing to come to an agreeable solution to the problem. During the litigation process, filing suit and sending […]

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Litigation is a tried and true method of resolving disputes in front of a court of law. According to West’s Encyclopedia of American Law, litigation is “an action brought in court to enforce a particular right.” American law has its basis in the British legal system that was in place when the Colonies won their […]

Monday, July 6th, 2015

The mineral rights to a piece of property are often more lucrative than the surface. This calculation is especially true in oil and gas rich areas. If you are a landowner who has mineral rights to a piece of property above an oil or gas reserve, it is important to understand the mechanics of conveyancing […]

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Oil and gas leases give companies the right to drill for natural gas and oil on land owned by other parties. The owner of the land usually receives royalties from the oil and gas company that has the lease. There are three essential clauses in a typical oil and gas lease. To be valid, the […]

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

Resolving disputes between two parties is the basis for the American civil legal system. While litigation and trial are the most obvious methods when it comes to legal disputes, there are also other options available that can resolve the issues without going to trial. Going to trial is expensive and time consuming. Often, alternative dispute […]

Friday, March 6th, 2015

The Compounding Quality Act (CQA) brought significant changes to compounding pharmacies in the United States. The changes made by the CQA include the introduction of a new category of compounders, outsourcing facilities, that compound sterile medications. An outsourcing facility compounds sterile drugs for use by healthcare providers or for use by individual patients. Below are […]

Friday, March 6th, 2015

Healthcare reform has been one of the top news stories and realities of life for the past few years. The reforms of 2014 were significant and those changes will still be felt well in 2015 and beyond. We will take a look at what the healthcare reform has in store next. For sure, we know […]

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

Healthcare organizations often stumble across Stark Law requirements by accident, and many times, their encounter is not a pleasant one. Healthcare entities discover potential violations of Stark Law during routine compliance audits without even knowing the event occurred until it is too late. Healthcare organizations should have an understanding as to what Stark Law is, […]

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

Pharmacies are a part of modern life. If a physician wants a patient to take a certain medication, the patient takes a quick trip to the pharmacy to pick up the prescription. However, if the medication is not commercially available, that is where a compounding pharmacy takes over. What exactly is a compounding pharmacy? We […]