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Rodin Legal is Expanding!

Rodin Legal is Expanding!

Rodin Legal, P.C. is thrilled to welcome Pranali Datta, Esq. as its new Attorney Associate! Ms. Datta brings her 17 years of legal experience to the firm. She has spent the majority of her career concentrating in the field of real estate law. She has represented both...

Credit Card Processing Fees – Who Pays?

Credit Card Processing Fees – Who Pays?

Credit cards are a commonly accepted form of payment from clients or patients for services rendered. Business owners pay credit card processing fees on a monthly basis when credit cards are used to pay for services. In fact, having a quantity of cash on hand is a...

Medical Spas – What Do I Need to Know?

Medical Spas – What Do I Need to Know?

Medical Spas, or commonly referred to as MedSpas, have become more popular across the country. A MedSpa is defined as a combination of an aesthetic medical center and a day spa that provides nonsurgical aesthetic medical services under the supervision of a licensed...

Fee Splitting: What You Need to Know

Fee Splitting: What You Need to Know

Fee splitting is defined as payment by a specialist to a third-party who referred a patient to that specialist. An easy example of this would be if I referred a friend of mine to my doctor and that doctor paid me as a way of saying thanks for that referral. The...

The Road So Far – 12 Years Thanks to All of You!

The Road So Far – 12 Years Thanks to All of You!

This month marks my twelve year anniversary of opening up my firm Rodin Legal, P.C. I never would have been able to do this, if not for all of you and your support – all the clients through the years, the referral sources and business associates of the firm and my...

Non-Disclosure Agreements – Who Should Sign Them?

Non-Disclosure Agreements – Who Should Sign Them?

When a practice decides to hire either an employee, independent contractor or even an unpaid intern, there is a high likelihood that those individuals will come into contact with confidential information, including information protected under the Health Insurance...

Independent Contractor or Employee – Which are you?

Independent Contractor or Employee – Which are you?

There are many times when health care practices may find it beneficial to have an independent contractor come into the practice who has specialized training in a particular field as opposed to hiring an employee.  If you are considering hiring an  employee, keep in...

No Surprises Act

No Surprises Act

The No Surprises Act is a new bill that came into effect in the beginning of 2022. It was enacted to protect patients who inadvertently receive care from an out-of-network provider that they did not choose on their own and as a result, these medical bills pose a...