Latest NewsChina Gambles on Capital Gains Tax for Real Estate
Should Clients Buy Life Insurance in 412(e)3 DB Plans?
Should Divorcees Remain Co-Owners of Property?
Hong Kong & Macao
Hong Kong & Macau
Asset Protection News
SHOWING 1 - 8 OF RESULTS
One Free Bite for Your Dog
By Richard Hertzog
Dog attacks and dog bites are in the news everywhere. The rules in insurance and in case law are now well documented and precedented and follow the one free bite rule. This means that a dog's owner is not liable for their dog's first bite. A dog owner will be found liable for his dog's viciousness only if the owner had prior notice of the dog's vicious propensity.
Blue Cross Settlements
Anthem Blue Cross Settlement Discussions with the California Department of Managed Health Care
WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- "For several months, senior leadership at Anthem Blue Cross has been actively working on a settlement agreement with the California Department of Managed Health Care to bring closure to all issues relating to previous rescissions.
PA Homeowners Entitled to Insurance Rebates
HARRISBURG, Pa., July 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Pennsylvania homeowners may be entitled to a reduction in their homeowners' insurance premiums, thanks to The Mortgage Property Insurance Coverage Act that Gov. Rendell signed into law on July 4.
Is Health Care Headed for Forced Revamp?
The US health care system is missing something necessary to level the playing field between the rising costs of medical care, medical research and the cost to treat all persons in emergency situations. Canada has it and Walmart has it, the United States does not. What is it?
Thank you for clicking on the link so you can download the three IRS notices that recently came out on 419 and VEBA plans.
Participation in Benistar Plan Triggered Reportable Transaction Penalty
McGehee Family Clinic, P.A.,
John Mancuso vs. FLORIDA METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY, INC.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT