October/November 2007
Volume 24, Number 7

Features  |   Columns


Health Care Fraud »
by Robin Page West
A little-known federal statute dating from the Civil War allows private individuals to expose and stop fraud.
HIPAA: Quicksand, Quagmire, or Quantum Leap? »
by Melanie D. Bragg
The passage of HIPAA’s privacy and security rules has created a multitude of potential headaches for lawyers.
HIPAA: A Military Perspective »
by Timothy J. Rushenberg
HIPAA and its Department of Defense progeny need to receive more attention from JAGs.
Deciphering Medical Specialties »
by Bryan C. Ramos
What’s the difference between family physicians, internists, orthopedists, and neurologists? You need to know so you’ll hire the right one for your client’s case.
Medical Evidence in Litigation »
by Brian McCaffrey
No matter your area of law, the time will come when obtaining and using medical records will be crucial.
Estate Planning for the Disabled and Advanced Directives for Seniors »
by Florencio (Larry) Ramirez
Learn how to navigate the complexities that affect estate planning and advanced health care directives.
Succession Planning »
by Timothy J. Gephart
Although no one wants to think about dying or becoming disabled, planning for such an eventuality is an ethical requirement for lawyers.
Insurance Options for Small Firms and Solos »
by Michael Korn
How to protect yourself, your family, your practice, and your future.
Stress for Success? »
by Todd C. Scott
Stress-reducing exercises can save your legal career from coming to a premature end—along with your life.
Anxious and Depressed or Energized and Motivated »
by David J. Abeshouse
Restore, rejuvenate, revitalize, replenish—it’s sage advice for overcoming the negative effects of stress and enabling peak performance.


From the Editor »
by Joan M. Burda
Mens sana in corpore sano
The Chair’s Corner »
by Keith B. McLennan
What makes a lawyer healthy, wealthy, and wise?
GP|Solo Division Officer and Delegate Profiles »
Ready Resources »
Ready Resources in Health
In the Solution »
by Andrea Goldman
Lawyers and Fitness
Being Solo »
by David Leffler
How to Improve Your Financial Health When Clients Don't Pay
Product Review »
by Martha J. Church
Up Close and Personal with Thomson West Publications
GP Mentor »
by Vicki Levy Eskin
Estate and Trust Law

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