Publications

Section Newsletter Articles From John J. Tufano, Jr.

The Affordable Care Act—Will stand-alone hospitals sink or swim? By John J. Tufano Health Care Law, March 2013 For many stand-alone hospitals, merging, partnering, or affiliating with larger hospital networks may be their only option to remain viable and achieve certain scales required by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The Affordable Care Act—Will stand-alone hospitals sink or swim? By John J. Tufano Business and Securities Law, January 2013 For many stand-alone hospitals, merging, partnering, or affiliating with larger hospital networks may be their only option to remain viable and achieve certain scales required by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Acquiring a family-owned business: The devil hides in the due diligence By John J. Tufano Corporate Law Departments, May 2012 Understanding the interplay between family desires and business decisions can help a buyer more thoroughly value the risks and benefits of acquiring a family-owned business.
Small and medium enterprises considering exporting to China should be mindful of protecting their intellectual property rights By John J. Tufano Business and Securities Law, April 2012 For small and medium enterprises considering exporting to China, understanding how to protect intellectual property rights abroad is a key component to due diligence.
A taxing endeavor: Understanding how to apply Illinois sales tax By John J. Tufano, Jr. Business and Securities Law, November 2011 The increasing spotlight upon Illinois sales tax serves as a reminder for businesses to evaluate the ways in which they conduct sales transactions and to which counties they pay the retailers' occupation tax.

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