Health care law focuses on the legislative, executive, and judicial rules and regulations that govern the health care industry. There has been considerable prior debate in the media and among academics about the benefits and hazards of electronic patient record systems. The law will continue to change in this respect and being on the bleeding edge can make the difference for a medical provider.
These new system and regulations will affect your ability to get paid as a medical professional; knowing where, when and how to get payment for your services is invaluable.
If you or someone you know has been injured due to the negligence of another we can assist you in seeking financial recompense to make you whole.
Whether you are buying, selling, or dealing with some other real estate transaction, Koussan Hamood PLC can help you. There are many people involved at various stages in real estate transactions or disputes. Any one of them can make a mistake, potentially costing you a lot of time and money, and potentially your property. Having an appropriate counselor by your side can be critical.
Property is unique and personal; do not risk your investment by not properly administering your estate within the boundaries of the law
Business corporations have a fundamentally similar set of legal characteristics as individuals and also face a fundamentally similar set of legal problems. However, knowing the subtle differences that corporations face in the legal world can go unnoticed to the inexperienced; however, most of the time, it is what makes the difference.
A Receiver is an officer of the court that appoints him or her to take possession, custody, and control of specified real estate and/or personal property, commonly referred to as the “receivership estate,” and to dispose of that property through its sale, abandonment, or other means. Koussan Hamood PLC has extensive experience in representing and litigating on behalf of Receivers.
A promise to alienate property and the alienation itself are very common legal tools. These promises may be fully enforceable between the parties; they may even affect the rights of third parties, at least those who know of the promise. But until the property is transferred, the original owner has a real right in the property (good, notionally, against the whole world), and the promisee has simply an enforceable obligation to have the property transferred.