Four Smith Hulsey & Busey attorneys staffed the estate planning intake night hosted by Jacksonville Area Legal Aid (JALA) on September 10. Shareholders Patrick Coll and Amelia Henderson, along with associates Kayla Haines and Thomas Heekin, volunteered at the monthly event, interviewing applicants and advising them on probate issues, will creation and advance directives. JALA is […]Read more
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Opinion cites amicus brief submitted by Smith Hulsey & Busey on behalf of health systems The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida issued a significant decision on September 5 in a case involving protections for hospital critical self-analysis work product under the federal Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act (PSQIA). In its […]Read more
Smith Hulsey & Busey announced today that 18 of the firm’s lawyers, more than half of the firm, have been included in the 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, and four firm lawyers have been recognized as “Lawyers of the Year” in Jacksonville. Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide […]Read more
Most people are familiar with estate planning: It’s the process of preparing how your assets will be handled once you die. But did you know that in our increasingly technology-centered world, digital estate planning is now a thing, too?Read more
Part Three: Loss or Theft of Equipment or Data By: R. Christopher Dix, Esq. and Kayla A. Haines, Esq. Cyberattacks are a growing threat across all commercial sectors. For the healthcare industry, cyberattacks are particularly troubling because they threaten not only the security of an organization’s systems and information, but also the health and safety […]Read more
Part Two: Ransomware Attack By: R. Christopher Dix, Esq. and Kayla A. Haines, Esq. Cyberattacks are a growing threat across all sectors. For the healthcare industry, cyberattacks are particularly troubling because they threaten not only the security of an organization’s systems and information, but also the health and safety of patients. No healthcare organization can […]Read more