Asset Protection For Doctors: Ike Devji for Medical Economics

Asset Protection For Doctors

Asset Protection attorney Ike Devji’s recent articles on asset protection for physicians include the following for Medical Economics. It shares the 20/20 hindsight  gained by helping to protect the success and manage the risks of thousands of successful Physicians for nearly two decades. Experts have consistently warned us for several years that another recession was possible, […]

Headlines Reveal Doctor’s Real World Risks

Those stories, like the others we will examine through the year, help illustrate the value of multi-layer defensive planning that includes compliance, all the right kinds of insurance and protective legal tools. They also show us that the scope of risk physicians face goes far beyond traditional “hands-on” medical malpractice and that asset protection for […]

Doctor’s Defamation Liability on Social Media

Doctors use of social media to promote themselves, their practices, side hustles and a variety of passions and social causes is at an all time high. Being online has its own laws and risks, including various defamation related liabilities. Here are some legal basics all Physicians (a.k.a. #SoMeDocs) need to know before they post. Where […]

Medical Justice Podcast: Asset Protection Discussion With Dr. Jeff Segal

Asset Protection attorney Ike Devji was recently featured on the Medical Justice Podcast, hosted by Dr. Jeff Segal.  Medical Justice has years of experience helping protect physicians from frivolous malpractice claims and associated reputational damage. Ike Devji helps protect thousands of doctors across the United States and is a noted national CME (continuing medical education provider) who has authored several hundred articles […]

Asset Protection Podcast – Ike Devji and Ben Yin

VIDEO: Atlanta Financial Advsior Benjamin Yin, MBA and Asset Protection attorney Ike Devji, J.D. have an in-depth conversation about Asset Protection for physicians and entrepreneurs. Watch Ben and Ike Here  https://vimeo.com/351967372/52e6e5bc13

Seasonal Tax Scams Target Doctors

By Ike Devji, J.D. September starts the annual income tax fraud sales season.  As doctors are aggressively pursued with a variety of tax savings plans that make big promises, knowing what you are buying and who you are dealing with is vital. Many physicians and business owners will be solicited to engage in some kind […]

Guns, Liability and Medical Practice Security

What every medical practice and small business owner must consider about gun violence, personal security, and their own legal liabilities. In the continuing wake of the tragic Parkland and Santa Fe school shootings as well as the most recent nationally reported act of violence against a Scottsdale Arizona Physician*, America is once again examining its relationship […]

Current Threats To Wealth – FEB 2018

Asset Protection for doctors includes financial due diligence and risk management in many forms that go far beyond just medical malpractice. Be aware of these risks as tax season starts in your role as both a physician and a business owner. Tax Related Liability The I.R.S. issues annual guidance on the 12 most prevalent tax […]

Employment Manuals Commonly Overlooked in Asset Protection Plans

Medical practices and other businesses of all types face many types of risk outside the strict scope of their professional liability. One major lawsuit risk to business owners and doctors is employment-related lawsuits that must be mitigated with a professionally drafted employment manual. I continually stress that a good asset protection plan has many layers, including management of all reasonably anticipatable risks. […]

Joan Rivers’ Death Puts Liability Spotlight on Outpatient Surgery Centers

Comedienne Joan Rivers went into cardiac arrest while being treated at an ASC, or outpatient surgery center and died a week later after lapsing into a coma. As a result, ASCs are in the media and regulatory spotlight for a variety of legal issues, including doctor referrals, standards of care and how they are run, often not […]