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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 21, 2018 Contact:Eric W. Boyer, Esq. Managing Partner 305.670.1101 Ext. 1023 Email: eboyer@qpwblaw.com   QPWB ATTORNEYS ACHIEVE DEFENSE VERDICT FOR RETAILER   FORT LAUDERDALE ― David M. Tarlow, Michael J. Wood and Matthew McElligott received a defense verdict on behalf of their client, a retail establishment.  On

Personal Jurisdiction Over a Non-Resident Corporate Parent by Ann H. King December 2004

Personal Jurisdiction Over a Non-Resident Corporate Parent By Ann H. King, Partner, Quintairos, Prieto, Wood & Boyer, P.A. 9200 S. Dadeland Blvd., Suite PH-825, Miami, 305-670-1101 It has become common practice in nursing home/ALF/medical malpractice cases to name the corporate parents as defendants, regardless of whether the corporation has its

Medicare Part B’s $1740 Therapy Cap and New Exception Process

Medicare Part B’s $1740 Therapy Cap and New Exception Process By Sheila K. Nicholson, Esq. This article provides a brief overview of the Medicare Part B therapy cap that went into effect January 1, 2006, and a new exception process

Mississippi 2004 Tort Reform Legislation

Mississippi 2004 Tort Reform Legislation Summary of Mississippi 2004 Legislation On June 16, 2004, Mississippi Governor Barbour signed into law HB 13, the 2004 Tort Reform Act. This legislation significantly changes the legal rules governing civil litigation in the state,

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