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Henry Fenton to Speak at 2016 Home Healthcare Leaders’ Summit

Henry Fenton will be a speaker at the Home Healthcare Leaders’ Summit from March 3-4, 2016. Hosted in Los Angeles, the conference is designed to be an exclusive gathering of C level executives who will discuss and debate the best practices in the industry to combat the strategic challenges being faced by senior management of 30,000+ home healthcare agencies nationally. The Home Healthcare Leaders’ Summit will cover topics such as regulatory scenario, technological upgrades, legal implications and the benefits of financial planning.

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Beth Kase to Speak at The Chinese American Medical Association of Southern California (CAMASC)

Beth Kase, Partner at Fenton Law Group, will be presenting “Things You Must Know When You Sell or Purchase a Medical Practice” at the Chinese American Medical Association of Southern California (CAMASC) on March 7, 2016. During this presentation, Beth will address topics such as the difference between structuring a deal as a stock purchase vs. an asset purchase transaction, the advantages and disadvantages to the seller and to the buyer in both deal structures, protection for the buyer against the seller’s medical practice liabilities, protection for …

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Fenton Law Group Successfully Represents Prominent Cardiologist

Henry Fenton successfully defended a prominent interventional cardiologist against claims of unprofessional conduct, gross negligence, repeated acts of negligence and failure to maintain adequate records based upon treatment and interventions provided to five patients. Mr. Fenton argued and presented convincing evidence that the cardiologist’s clinical judgments were reasonable and that all of his coronary interventions were consistent with necessary emergency protocols. The Medical Board of California found specifically that there was no basis to criticize any of the cardiologist’s clinical judgments or the manner in which he performed any …

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