Whitney A High

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Dec
2013
Vol. 32. No. 4

Ten Rules for Asset Protection Planning

Jay D Adkisson, JD | Lawrence B Keller, CLU, ChFC, CFP
Asset protection planning is a highly technical area of legal planning. Because of the fraudulent transfer laws, asset protection planning must be done in advance of any claim, be technically sound, not rely upon secrecy, and avoid any number of critical mistakes including keeping personal and business assets separate. Physicians who engage in asset protection planning must avoid critical mistakes, and not count on bankruptcy to provide relief from creditors. General rules and cautions for those who are considering the creation of an asset protection plan for their personal assets. Semin Cutan Med Surg 32:247-249 © 2013 Frontline Medical Communications
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Dec
2013
Vol. 32. No. 4

The Dermatologist as Expert Witness-Revisited: Know the Risks Before You Agree

Scott B Piekarsky, Esq
Legal Standards and requirements exist for dermatologists wishing to serve as expert witnesses. Case law, statutes and licensing/credentialing groups exist to regulate the practice to ensure honesty and integrity. Penalties and sanctions exist for deceptive and fraudulent opinions. However, conversely, private groups must be careful in their efforts to not libel savvy experts or interfere with their legitimate work. Semin Cutan Med Surg 32:234-235 © 2013 Frontline Medical Communications
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