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American Dental Association A professional organization for dentists. The ADA maintains a hardcopy dental claim form and the associated claim submission specifications, and also maintains the Current Dental Terminology (CDT ....) medical code set. The ADA and the Dental Content Committee (DeCC), which it hosts, have formal consultative roles under HIPAA.
American Health Information Management Association An association of health information management professionals. AHIMA sponsors some HIPAA educational seminars.
American Hospital Association A health care industry association that represents the concerns of institutional providers. The AHA hosts the NUBC, which has a formal consultative role under HIPAA.
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Bassford & Hanvik, P.A.
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Trusts Wills and Estate

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Practice areas Real estate Corporate law Estate planning Commercial law Wills Admitted Minnesota, 1972 U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota, 1972 Education William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota, J.D. Recognitions AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest recognition possible in the legal industry for professionalism and ethics Biographical details (Retired)
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Linder, Dittberner & Bryant, Ltd.
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Linder, Dittberner & Bryant, Ltd.
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Family Law

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Co-Author: "Practitioner's Guide to An Efficient Family Law Practice". Speaker: Minnesota State Bar; Family Law Institute; Minnesota Institute of Legal Education. Member, Advisory Task Force on the Guardian Ad Litem System, Minnesota Supreme Court. Named: "Super Lawyer" and "Top 100 Women Lawyers," Minnesota Law and Politics. Member: Association of Family and Conciliation Courts; Minnesota Women Lawyers.
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Co-Author: "Practitioner's Guide to An Efficient Family Law Practice" and "Annual Family Law Institute Case Law Update". Fellow: American Academy of Matrimonial Attorneys (Legislative Committee Chair, Minnesota Chapter).
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Swaden Law Offices
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Family Law

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Listed in: Best Lawyers in America, 1997-2010. Recipient, Top 40 Minnesota Family Law Attorneys in Minnesota Journal of Law and Politics and Mpls-St. Paul Magazine. Recipient, Minnesota Superlawyer in Minnesota Journal of Law and Politics and Mpls-St. Paul Magazine, 1994-2010. Recipient, One of Minnesota's Leading Family Law Attorneys, Guidebook to Law and Leading Attorneys in Minnesota. Co-Author: "Minnesota Practice: Family Law", West Publishing, 1992. Author: "Custodial Rights in Minnesota,"
The small business population in the United States consists of some 6 million employer firms and 20 million nonemployer firms—26 million firms in 2005.4 Most small busi-nesses are very small; the majority of employer firms (3.7 million in 2005) have fewer than five employees.
Small Business Administration
Of some 20 million non-employer firms, about 65 percent were home-based, providing small incomes for mostly part-time owners; among the 21.5 million sole proprietorships filing schedule C tax re-turns, some 11 million generated less than $10,000 in annual receipts in 2005—not con-sistent with a business endeavor providing full-time self-employment income and 6.6 million had $10,000 to $50,000 in receipts
Small Business Administration
Private placement markets for loans extended by financial institutions to small business borrowers are the most important sources of external financ-ing for most small firms. The U.S. banking system, which includes commercial banks and other depository institutions such as savings banks and thrifts, continues to evolve and grow. It remains the most important supplier of credit to small businesses in the United States.
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