How to Ethically Start, Protect, and Manage the Assets of Your Practice from a Legal Perspective

Course Level:
all levels
Access Time: 6 months of unlimited access
Originally Aired: 
Sat, 11/11/2017

8 CEU/PDA/CPD accepted by NCCAOM (CW-PE), IL, TX (4 General, 4 Business Practice), AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC, CTCMA, NZASA, NZRA; No approval by CA Acupuncture Board, FL Acupuncture Board, and IVAS

Distance Learning CEU Video (Online)

At some point in time during their practices, most licensed acupuncturists will encounter some kind of lawsuit so it is important to know what to do, if and when it happens. Eric Chen, a former acupuncturist, is now an attorney-at-law who practices in both California and Nevada, specializing in personal injury, healthcare, medical malpractice, and business litigation and asset protection.

To bring you the BEST insider tips on how to protect yourself and your business from starting a practice to keeping it safe, Eric has invited his powerful team of attorneys, Ying Xu, Samantha Larsen, and Kaleigh Ragon, to share imperative insight on the most important aspects of being an acupuncturist as well as a business owner. The emphasis of this presentation is on California law.

Topics covered include:

  • Opening a new practice
  • Maintaining a practice
  • Legal considerations in hiring staff and associates
  • How to handle a personal injury matter as an acupuncturist
  • How to avoid medical malpractice and legal trouble
  • Estate planning essentials

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Units : 
NCCAOM (AOM-BIO), FL (General), IL, TX (General), TX (Business Practice), AHPRA, AFPA, BAcC, CTCMA, IVAS, NZASA, NZRA
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