This website uses cookies to ensure you have the best experience. Learn more

Hollowell V. Orleans Regional Hospital Case Brief Business Law Ii Case Study Assignment

469 words - 2 pages

Adam Murphy
Bus Law II
Prof. David
September 12th, 2016
Case: Hollowell v. Orleans Regional Hospital, 217 F3d 379 (5th Cir. 2000)
Facts: Orleans Regional Hospital, a Medicaid funded psychiatric hospital primarily served adolescents and children. The hospital was a limited liability company established with three members; NORS LLC, North Louisiana, Inc. and Precision, Inc. Defendants John C. Turner and William C. Windham held fifty percent interest in NLRH and Richard W. Williams was the sole shareholder of Precision. Together they owned NLRH Partnership and treated their patients for psychiatric, chemical dependence disorders and received Medicaid reimbursements. North Louisiana Inc. and Precision Inc. also formed Magnolia Health Systems providing management services to ORH and NLRHP and developed other health-related business. In 1994, changes in Medicaid policy affected the admission and the length of stay at the hospitals causing the patients census to drop. ORH began providing outpatient services, but in 1995 the patient’s census continued to decline and Williams, Windham, Turner and Peters decided to close ORH in October 1995. ORH employees were notified on October 27th, 1995 of ORH`s shutdown and majority of ORH’s employees left the hospital November 3rd 1995. Plaintiffs brought this action against ORH and the various other LLCs, corporations, and individuals, for failure to provide them with a proper notice in violation of Federal statute.
Issue: Did ORH violate the...

Find Another Essay On Hollowell v. Orleans Regional Hospital Case brief - Business Law II - Case Study Assignment

Marbury V. Madison Case Brief Essay

500 words - 2 pages those categories.Significance: This case is significant because it is the first example of the Supreme Court exercising judicial review to deem a provision of federal law as being invalid. This decision set into place the doctrine of judicial review. This gives the Supreme Court the authority to declare statutes unconstitutional. Thus, legislature can not pass laws contradictory to the constitution. Because it is the Supreme Court's role to

Australian Law and Business - case study

2464 words - 10 pages the Legal position under the Contract Law regarding the above situation and followed by relevant recommendations.Legal position under the Law of ContractFirst, we will look into whether there is a valid contract between Jack and Albert.Jack is a taxi driver and he is stationed at the Toowoomba Railway Station for picking up passenger at the material time. As Jack and Albert do not know each other, and Albert did not make any appointment with

Titan Case Study- International business law

1944 words - 8 pages limit, the problem of bribery throughout the world.Scope of researchIn order to find a case that corresponded to a topic which was covered during the seminar, I started out by looking for articles which talked about corruption. When I came upon an article that seemed to cover international business law, the Titian case, I continued to search for related articles.Most of the articles mentioned the Foreign Corruption Practices Law of 1977, so it

Case Study: Faith Community Hospital

1719 words - 7 pages September 8, 2006, from of Phoenix. (2004). Let It Pour: My First Assignment as Executive Assistant. Retrieved September 7, 2006, from University of Phoenix, Week Four, Resource. CCS/330--Critical Thinking and Computer Logic Course Web site.Sibley Memorial Hospital. (2006). Mission Statement. Retrieved September 8, 2006, from Health Care. (2004). Charity

Shouldice Hospital Limited: Case Study

2282 words - 9 pages A Brief History:Dr. Edward Earle Shouldice graduated from the University of Toronto in 1916. By 1940, Dr. Shouldice was operating a private medical and surgical practice, lecturing at the University of Toronto, and pursuing research work in areas of advancing medical knowledge. During World War II, he was called to serve on the Medical Examining Board. Dr. Shouldice, a major in the army, found that many young men willing to serve their country

Faith Community Hospital Case Study

2631 words - 11 pages Faith Community Hospital Case Study The case study of the Faith Community Hospital presented several issues that are affecting the success of the

Case Brief of Illinois v. Caballes

1041 words - 5 pages Case Brief of Illinois v. Caballes Citation: 543 U.S. 405 (2005) Case Facts: Roy Caballes was stopped for speeding by an Illinois state trooper Daniel Gillette. During the traffic stop another state trooper Craig Graham of the Illinois State Police Drug Interdiction Team, overheard the stop on the radio and showed up to the scene with a narcotics detection dog. While the first trooper was writing Roy Caballes a warning ticket for speeding the

Commercial law---case study

1783 words - 7 pages ). According to the Case Donoghue v Allied Newpaper Ltd (1938) 1 CH 106 applies that a picture, a play, or a book, and the owner of the idea has no rights in the product (Turner 2003, p848). Even the book is based on Gilbert's life story, but author of the book is jack and has the copyright of the book.A basic principle of copyright law is that copyright does not protect ideas as such but only the particular form of expression in which they are embodied

Criminal Law Case Study

1892 words - 8 pages ] AC 82.’(E-Law Resources) Although difficult to establish, the facts of the case lean towards a direct intent, because it appears as if the consequence desired is to kill William. It was held by the Court of Appeal in R v Vickers [1957] 2 QB 664 that a defendant could be convicted of murder if it was established that he had intended to kill, or had intended grievous bodily harm. The intention to cause grievous bodily harm was accepted as

Contract Law Case Study

3017 words - 12 pages Contract Law Case Study Both the parties in the question have come to a problematic situation which is complicated to resolve. Friend's of the Forest (Friends), represented by Christabel, is involved in a commercial trade with Paper Supplies Pty Ltd (Paper) which is represented by Dee. A contract needs four essential elements to exist. In the

Law Case Study

1459 words - 6 pages Law Case Study X owns a holiday cottage in a remote mountain area. In May he agreed to let it to Y from 1-15 August. Y paid a deposit of £ 200. On the afternoon of 31 July, after Y and his family had set off from their

Similar Essays

Assignment #2: Sauve V Provost Case Study

869 words - 4 pages SOC115 Law and Ethics 1. Which court heard the case? What was the name of the judge who heard the case? On what date was the case reported? The court who heard this case was the High Court of Justice in Ontario. The name of the judge was Granger J.. February 26, 1990 was the date the case was heard. 2. Briefly summarize the facts of the case. Who is the plaintiff that is suing for compensation? Who are the defendants that are

Law Case Brief Essay

1163 words - 5 pages Last Name 5Student's NameSchoolBusiness Law IIFebruary 14, 2014Instructor's NameCIVIL LAW CASECase Title: The Bar Plan v. William Cooper, et al.Case Number: 290 S.W.3d 788 (2009)This case was located from the Lexis Nexis website.The case originated from the District Trial Court, to Missouri Court of Appeals and then the State Supreme Court.ISSUE: The issue in this case is whether or not the attorney Devereux of The Bar Plan (TBP) had been

Medina V California Case Brief Essay

645 words - 3 pages Medina v. California (1992)The Area of Law that pertains to this case is Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution. The Due Process Clause permits a state to require that a defendant claiming incompetence to stand prove it through supporting evidence.The two parties involved in this case were the State of California and Teofilo Medina Jr. Medina is on trial for first degree murder.Previous decisions, such as Pate v. Robinson, Mathews v

Arzu V. Arzu Case Brief Essay

541 words - 2 pages Richard Arzu v. Frank Arzu and Estanisalo Arzu 597 N.Y.S. 2d 322 Brief PROCEDURAL HISTORY: Richard Arzu brought action against his father, Frank Arzu, and step-mother, Estanisalo Arzu, alleging misrepresentation and fraud in connection with a medical malpractice action settlement monies which Frank entrusted to his father; and seeking compensatory damages and related relief. The Supreme Court, Bronx County, Silver J. , vacated ex parte order