Schedule | The Aesthetic Show 2019 | Keys to Locking Out Lawsuits, Medical License Protection and Tax Reduction

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Keys to Locking Out Lawsuits, Medical License Protection and Tax Reduction

Speaker:

Art McOmber (Presenter)

Session Type: Scientific Workshops

Accreditation: CE

Vault Recording: TBD

1 CE Credit Available

Medical professionals have unfortunately become all too easy targets for many trial attorneys. Learning how to use legal entities is vital to protect everything you have worked hard to achieve. Setting up C-Corps, S-Corps and LLC’s is only part of the answer to this rapidly growing issue. This course will instruct you on how to protect one of your most important assets, your medical license. Even if you aren’t sued for a larger amount than what your malpractice insurance covers, you will be investigated and possibly sanctioned for issues unrelated to the reported lawsuit. Utilizing these legal tools, in many cases, can decrease malpractice insurance costs and drastically reduce your income taxes – all while keeping your name and license from being reported to the NPDB.