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Synergy CEO cited in Florida Federal District Court Decision Regarding Liability Medicare Set Asides

Synergy CEO, Jason Lazarus, was cited as a legal authority in a case involving the question of the necessity of a liability Medicare set aside.  The case is styled Early v. Carnival Coporation and the decision comes out of the Southern District of Florida.   The Federal District Court ultimately refuses to answer the question of the necessity of a liability Medicare set aside arrnagement for the parties.  The court felt it was inappropriate for it to fill in a term of settlment or offer an advisory opinion.

To view the opinion click HERE


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