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Practice

Repeated or customary action; habitual performance; a succession of acts of similar kind; custom; usage. The exercise of any profession.

The form or mode or proceeding in courts of justice for the enforcement of rights or the redress of wrongs, as distinguished from the Substantive Law that gives the right or denounces the wrong. The form, manner, or order of instituting and conducting an action or other judicial proceeding, through its successive stages to its end, in accordance with the rules and principles laid down by law or by the regulations and precedents of the courts.

An attorney is actually engaged in the Practice of Law when she maintains an office, offers to perform legal services, describes herself as an attorney on letterheads or business cards, counsels clients, negotiates with other parties or opposing counsel, and fixes and collects fees for legal work. A doctor is practicing medicine when he discovers the cause and nature of diseases, treats illnesses and injuries, or prescribes and administers medical or surgical care. Lawyers and doctors must qualify for licenses before they may practice their professions.

practice

1) n. custom or habit as shown by repeated action, as in "it is the practice in the industry to confirm orders before shipping." 2) the legal business, as in "law practice," or "the practice of the law." 3) v. to repeat an activity in order to maintain or improve skills, as "he practices the violin every evening." 4) v. to conduct a law business, as "she practices law in St. Louis."

PRACTICE. The form, manner and order of conducting and carrying on suits or prosecutions in the courts through their various stages, according, to the principles of law, and the rules laid down by the respective courts.
     2. By practice is also meant the business which an attorney or counsellor does; as, A B has a good practice.
     3. The books on practice are very numerous; among the most popular are those Of Tidd, Chitty, Archbold, Sellon, Graham, Dunlap, Caines, Troubat and Haly, Blake, Impey.
     4. A settled, uniform, and loll, continued practice, without objection is evidence of what the law is, and such practice is based on principles which are founded in justice and convenience. Buck, 279; 2 Russ. R. 19, 570; 2 Jac. It. 232; 5 T. R. 380; 1 Y. & J. 167, 168; 2 Crompt. & M. 55; Ram on Judgm. ch. 7.

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Its corporate practice has considerable expertise in the healthcare and technology sectors, and it has an active EU and competition practice.
Already, hospitals can skirt the corporate practice ban by creating non-profit partnerships to hire doctors.
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As one client put it: 'They can deal with whatever you throw at them, whereas rival practices may have to refer work elsewhere'." 'Chambers and Partners Guide to the Legal Profession' also ranked Dickinson Dees' corporate practice as the region's clear market leader, singling out corporate partner Nigel Bellis as the leading corporate lawyer in the North East.
When liturgy is understood as more than simply the words or "mere ritual" but as a corporate practice of (re)enactment, (in)bodying, and (re)membering the community's formative story, then some attention must be given to worship as a kind of performance.
Fortunately, HCFA has recognized that group practices may be legal entities that include not only physicians but also other individuals and entities: "Because the statute is silent about who must actually legally organize the association or operate or control it, we believe that any individuals or entities can assume these tasks, as long as the group practice meets all of the other specific requirements [in the statute]." This is good news for hospital-affiliated groups, which now may be structured (subject to state corporate practice of medicine prohibitions) as physician-hospital joint ventures.
A request by a taxpayer to receive his dividend check by mail in order to delay its receipt will not have this same effect.(69) When the check is made available to the taxpayer, it will be deemed constructively received.(70) An officer-shareholder will not be deemed, however, to have unqualified control over his dividend check, even if it is dated and payable to him on December 31, if the corporate practice is to mail employee and officer-shareholder checks through office mail and other shareholders' checks through the regular mail so that they will not be received until the following year.(71) Such a holding will not change even if the taxpayer can receive his dividend check on December 31 by picking it up in person.(72)
Jesse Brush, partner in the corporate practice at Akin Gump, led the team advising the Eldridge Industries-affiliated stockholders.
Claire Fallone has joined Harter Secrest & Emery LLP as counsel in the firm's corporate practice group and Rochester office.
Philip Simone, LEED AP, a 14-year veteran of the industry, has been named AKF's National Corporate Practice Leader, having directed the design and implementation of engineering systems for new construction and/or renovation of building and tenant fit-out projects.
Crumel will be joining its healthcare and corporate practice group in the firm’s Washington, ...
Gellen joins the corporate practice group and focuses on mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt transactions, corporate restructurings, private equity and venture capital transactions, technology/e-commerce transactions, and joint venture and strategic licensing arrangements.

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