The United States Anti-Kickback Statute was enacted into law to prevent companies (and individuals) from paying to induce or reward patient referrals for any goods or services covered or reimbursed by federal healthcare programs. In particular, the concern was goods and services—including pharmaceuticals, medical supplies, medical care, and health care services—covered by Medicare and Medicaid. Purpose
Civil Theft Have you ever had something stolen? Even if you know who stole it, sometimes it is hard to prove and if you do not want the police involved, what are your options? Minnesota recognizes civil liability for theft. Minnesota Statute Section 604.14 states “[a] person who steals personal property from another is civilly
On May 29, 2014, Governor Mark Dayton signed a bill legalizing medical marijuana (medical cannabis) in the State of Minnesota. The law creates a registry program for the oversight of production and distribution of medical cannabis, and outlines specific duties and protections afforded patients, health care practitioners, and manufacturer-distributors of medical cannabis.You can access the
Eligibility to Own a Firearm With certain limited exceptions, the following are not eligible to possess a firearm: persons under the age of 18 (this prohibition is limited to pistols and semiautomatic military-style assault weapons); persons who have been convicted of or adjudicated for a crime of violence or a felony-level drug offense, unless ten
2018 Notice: We are not accepting new cannabis growing clients. Introduction Considering a medical marijuana business in Minnesota? Cannabis can be big business. However, a cannabis business is not without its risks. Learn answers to common questions in this FAQ. Some entrepreneurs see the legalization of cannabis in any form as a huge business opportunity.