Why You Need an Attorney, Even When You Don’t Think You Do

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Dentists, like other highly educated, intelligent professionals, often believe they can negotiate important legal documents, such as office leases, without any assistance from an attorney.  The reasoning, I think, is that legal documents are written in English, so any smart, well-educated person who reads that document carefully can understand it.  Unfortunately, there are many traps for the unwary in this approach.  The purpose of this article is not to tell you this, in general terms (since I am sure you have heard it, many times, before), but, instead, to give you a few, real-life examples, to show you just how risky, and costly, this approach can be.

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New Continuing Education Rules for Wisconsin Dentists

On August 1, 2012, new rules clarifying continuing education (“CE”) requirements for Wisconsin dentists and dental hygienists became effective.  These rules provide additional information and guidance on a number of topics relating to CE, including all of the following: Continue reading