Chatbots and the creation of a lawyer-client relationship

Chatbots go by many names: digital assistants, conversational interfaces or intelligent virtual assistants. Regardless of the official title, the underlying concept is the same: a human interacting with a machine using natural language to achieve a result. You have undoubtedly interacted with a chatbot. Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa and CleverBot are commonly used in people’s [...]

By | July 6th, 2021|Article|Comments Off on Chatbots and the creation of a lawyer-client relationship

A Further Push to Coordinate Healthcare

Healthcare coordination, while benefitting patients, has created significant regulatory obstacles for providers. An article featured on SobelCo by Lisa D. Taylor, a founding member and partner of Inglesino, Webster, Wyciskala & Taylor, LLC, explains the benefits and drawbacks of this healthcare coordination trend, as well as the proposed regulations which would ease the current restrictions [...]

By | December 3rd, 2019|Article|Comments Off on A Further Push to Coordinate Healthcare

Planning for Health and Healthcare

While effort and thought (and money) is often devoted to retirement preparation and planning, comparatively little effort or thought is given to planning for health care in advance of reaching the age of 65 (which is the age at which many people become eligible for Medicare) or in advance of retirement. The exception to the [...]

By | December 1st, 2018|Article|Comments Off on Planning for Health and Healthcare

The Aviation Finance Twilight Zone

by Douglas C. Wattoff and Justin A. Marchetta J.D. Consider for a moment a not uncommon scenario in the private aviation industry. A friend cannot understand a management proposal on a new airplane he is considering, and comes to you for help. It seems like a simple request, however, the deeper you dig the more it seems [...]

By | March 15th, 2017|Announcement, Article|Comments Off on The Aviation Finance Twilight Zone

Aviation Finance – The Crew Dilemma and more

Aviation Finance (Part II) by Douglas C. Wattoff & Justin A Marchetta Fixed costs should be simple, consisting of hangar rent, insurance, crew salaries, benefits, training, avionics and chart services, aircraft management fees, a few miscellaneous items, and WIFI if equipped. Considering that crew related costs usually represent about 65% of fixed costs, they warrant special [...]

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