By: Thomas Law Group On: November 15, 2017 In: Contracts & Leases Comments: 0

Medical and dental practices are considered “covered entities” under HIPAA and therefore have a duty to protect and secure their patient’s protected health information (“PHI”). A key component of this duty is to protect and secure PHI from potential access by a landlord. Leases for medical or dental practice...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: May 24, 2016 In: Contracts & Leases Comments: 0

Too often documents are signed without the parties really understanding what they are signing. These documents are often considered “contracts” that obligate those signing them to things they did not realize or intend. No matter how simple the document may appear to be, it is always best to have...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: March 26, 2015 In: Contracts & Leases Comments: 0

We often see our clients engage in various contracts like internet optimization with out of state vendors. Technology has made it easy to conduct business remotely, allowing clients to shop around and find good deals and rates for products and services. It is so easy to trust when, over...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: January 22, 2015 In: Contracts & Leases Comments: 0

Many new tenants do not want to waste time and resources on drafting and signing a letter of intent with a landlord when they know all the same terms can be negotiated in a lease. However, if you take the time negotiate a few important terms early, as outlined...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: January 23, 2014 In: Contracts & Leases Comments: 0

Not all real property leases are created the same.  We have seen contracts for leasing a property that has been as little as one page and some as lengthy as 75 or more pages.  Many times buried within the verbiage of those contracts will be ample protection for the...

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