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  • The federal antikickback law doesn't specifically address the issue of surgeons using medical devices made by companies they co-own, but HHS's Office of the Inspector General has issued regulatory guidance for complying with the statute: Among other things, it advises that no more than 40% of a company be owned "by investors who are in a position" to "generate business" for it.

    Taking Double Cut, Surgeons Implant Their Own Devices

  • But to the Staffwaggers, the Rotisserie (fantasy) league team that I co-own with my brother-in-law Jim Wagstaffe, Wigginton's 39th appearance at second base this year was big news.

    Stephen Kaus: Plea to Buck Showalter: Please Play Ty Wigginton at Second Base One More Time This Year

  • The 75,000 staff, known as "partners" because they co-own the retail group, are expected to receive a bonus of about 17% of annual pay in this month's pay packet.

    John Lewis staff receive 17% bonus

  • Texas has the edge, 4-1, and that's without the help of veteran pitcher David Bush, whom the Rangers released in July, or George W. Bush, who used to co-own the club.

    Ask Not What This Series Can Do For You

  • Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan also co-own the company, which operates casinos in Las Vegas catering to Las Vegas residents and elsewhere.

    Casino Giants Struggle Against Volatile Credit Markets

  • The American Center for Law and Justice's tax attorney says the payments to the Sekulows and businesses they own or co-own are all made for the charities' benefit and have passed an IRS audit.

    Tenn. lawyer's family, firm collect millions from charities

  • Since 1998, the two charities have paid out more than $33 million to members of Sekulow's family and businesses they own or co-own, according to the charities' federal tax returns.

    Tenn. lawyer's family, firm collect millions from charities

  • This could end up being bigger than zipcar if it provides well-defined legal way to co-own cars with neighbors.

    More Than The Tailpipe « PubliCola

  • A bankruptcy judge said Wednesday he was "troubled" by a plan by two banks who co-own the Archstone apartment company with Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. to sell half their interests in the venture to Sam Zell 's Equity Residential , Archstone's largest competitor.

    Judge Expresses Concern Over Archstone Plan

  • The Lehman Bankruptcy Judge's Archstone Concern A bankruptcy judge said Wednesday he was "troubled" by a plan by two banks that co-own the Archstone apartment company with Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. to sell half their interests in the venture to Sam Zell 's Equity Residential , Archstone's largest competitor.

    Financial Briefing Book: Dec. 22

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