Stuart J. Oberman, Esq. of Oberman Law Firm discusses some of the most overlooked aspects of employment law.
Stuart J. Oberman, Esq. of Oberman Law Firm speaks on protecting one of a practice’s greatest assets- intellectual property. Understand the importance of protecting your practice’s intellectual property, and learn how to make sure your practice’s assets are protected.
HIPAA compliance is one of the leading concerns for medical and dental practices throughout the United States. In this podcast, Stuart J. Oberman, Esq., the founder and president of Oberman Law Firm, discusses what it means to be HIPAA compliant and how to avoid hefty fines.
In this podcast, Stuart J. Oberman, Esq. of Oberman Law Firm breaks down the top 10 mistakes that he has seen dentists make over the course of their careers. Avoid these common legal pitfalls in the dental profession, and keep your dental practice running smoothly.
Oberman Law Firm proudly announces that Mr. Oberman was featured on the University of North Carolina’s “The Business of Dentistry” podcast hosted by the Student Entrepreneurs in Dentistry. In this podcast, Mr. Oberman discusses legal entity options for dentists considering opening up their own practices. Listen to this podcast to learn about the various options, their advantages and disadvantages.
Listen to Stuart J. Oberman, Esq. speak on legal trends and updates in “The Future Adjustment – Chiropractic Economics Podcast Series.” The following is an excerpt from Chiropractic Economics:
Stuart J. Oberman, Esq. of Oberman Law Firm discusses Employee Embezzlement. Learn how to detect the red flags of employee embezzlement and what to do when you suspect an employee of embezzling money from your dental practice.
Stuart J. Oberman, Esq. of Oberman Law Firm discusses Cyber Security, “the unknown risk.” Learn how to protect yourself from damaging data breaches that could jeopardize patient information.
In this excerpt from the 2017 Hinman, Stuart J. Oberman, Esq. of Oberman Law Firm discusses Arbitration Agreements, or as he calls it, the “Employer Weapon.” Click “Continue Reading” for the audio version.