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11/25/2020· Damages

Attaining Reasonable Certainty in Economic Damages: What Constitutes Best Evidence (Part III of III)

By: Michael Pakter

The purpose of this article - the third of three (Part I and Part II) on this topic - is to provide the reader with an understanding Chapter 3 (What Constitutes Best Evidence) of the 2018 Practice Aid as well as certain other publications containing a body of knowledge on the best evidence to support economic damages in a court of law

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11/25/2020· Refrigeration - Cooling Systems

ASME B31.5 Piping Stress Analysis In Refrigeration Systems

By: James Caylor, PE

Refrigeration system designers and users incur regulatory liability from their design documents’ claims of B31.5 compliance when these are based on only partial knowledge of its requirements. This article will clarify these requirements, suggest current and legacy resources for accomplishing the calculations and hopefully promote a greater overall familiarity with B31.5.

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11/25/2020· Construction

Construction Contract Notice Letters

By: Long International - Richard J. Long

Most construction contracts require written notice for changes, differing site conditions, extra work, or other events which may affect the contractor’s time and cost of performance. The process of giving “notice” is vital to triggering the contract mechanisms that allow the contractor to pursue additional time and cost and to reserve its rights to recover for any unforeseen...

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11/17/2020· Intellectual Property

Valuing SEP portfolios And Determining FRAND rates: How, And Who Should "get it done"?

By: Keith Mallinson

While there is much uncertainty about the outlook for standard-essential patent royalty rates in court determinations, there are plenty of solid benchmarks in well-established comparable licenses (“comps”). The former rates are thin on the ground and have been made up based on some dubious and fiercely...

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11/11/2020· Transportation

Transit Survival in the Age of Covid-19

By: Ned Einstein

In two recent articles for National Bus Trader, I described how to put motorcoaches back on the road in both unusual and traditional roles. Here, I will outline some ideas for getting fixed route transit buses and passenger trains back to work, consistent with safety for both drivers and passengers.

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11/10/2020· Appraisal & Valuation

Case Study: Purchase Price Allocation for a Legacy Food Processing Facility

By: Jack Young

In an equipment appraisal for financial reporting purposes, the initial rough numbers were almost twice the purchase price. Because the enterprise had been on the market for a number of years and the purchase was an arm’s length transaction, that big difference between the preliminary calculation and the purchase price didn’t make sense … until we addressed functional obsolescence.

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11/4/2020· Medicare - Medicade - Health Insurance

Medicare Advantage Coverage Expansion for 2021 Plan Year

By: David Haass

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have implemented several requirements for Medicare Advantage plans in the year to come. Among the new features of Medicare Advantage plans, the changes aim to help patients and providers stay safe by allowing treatment to happen at home through telehealth.

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11/4/2020· Jails - Prisons - Correctional Facilities

Suicide In The Correctional Environment

By: Raymond P. Mooney, PA-C, DFAAPA

Suicide is a threat to all persons (inmates as well as staff) involved in corrections. The rates of inmate suicide are far higher than the national averages and even higher still for special populations such as juvenile and LGBTI inmates.

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10/29/2020· Manufacturing

What Happens When You Decide To Leave China?

By: Rosemary Coates

Reshoring and manufacturing in America is hot. Companies are now considering the possibilities of returning manufacturing to the USA. According to a recent study, 54% of all US companies over $1 billion in revenues are planning or considering bringing at least some of their manufacturing back to the US.

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10/26/2020· Healthcare Facilities - Hospitals

Flex Budgets: A Quick Guide For Hospitals

By: Sahel Shwayhat, MBA, FACHE

Hospitals, like most businesses, have budgets. While they all track their performance closely against that budget at the organizational level, many fail to do so with the same rigor at the cost center level, mainly due to lack of dependable reports. In this article, I will explain what flex budgeting is, how it is calculated, and why using it helps the organization.

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