Smith Hulsey & Busey’s chairman Steve Busey has been named Trustee Emeritus of the Episcopal School of Jacksonville in recognition of his 37 years of service to the school. Busey has served as a member of Episcopal’s Board of Trustees and Chancellor of the school since 1981. The school’s Trustee Emeritus designation was a recognition […]Read more
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Smith Hulsey & Busey’s healthcare litigation and employment lawyer Meg Heiden recently presented on “Perinatal Documentation Opportunities” to nurses and administrative personnel at a tertiary care facility in the Florida Panhandle. Heiden shared practical suggestions and best practices for preventing birth injuries and birth injury litigation based on her experience in birth injury litigation. Heiden […]Read more
Smith Hulsey & Busey announces that six of its shareholders have been named ‘Leaders in their Field’ by Chambers and Partners, an international legal research organization. The rankings are listed in the 2019 Chambers USA edition. Firm attorneys named 2019 ‘Leaders in their Field’ include: Stephen D. Busey – Bankruptcy/Restructuring Charmaine Chiu – Healthcare Jeanne […]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
Part One: Email Phishing 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 […]Read more
After more than 30 years in its former offices, the firm has completed its move to the Well Fargo Center, one of downtown Jacksonville’s signature office towers. The new office space is featured in an article for the Financial News & Daily Record. The space is an open floor plan decorated in soft gray tones. […]Read more