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The attorneys at Sholes & Miller LLP are committed to providing outstanding service and unparalleled professionalism. While we have grown to be a preeminent law firm for healthcare providers and facilities, our capabilities extend far beyond that scope. Our experienced attorneys practice in a variety of areas that address the legal needs of professionals, businesses and individuals.

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Melissa Dizon, Esq., Chairs Health Disparities Committee of Dutchess County Board of Health
As a member of the Dutchess County Board of Health, our associate, Melissa Dizon, Esq., serves as chairperson of the board’s Health Disparities Committee. The purpose of the committee is: To identify groups of people within Dutchess County with particular health-related challenges or needs due to demographic, cultural, economic or other special circumstances; To assess…

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Medical Ethics Attorneys
Medical ethics attorneys help health facility ethics committees navigate complex and urgent clinical situations in compliance with the law. Sholes & Miller has attorneys with substantial experience in matters related to bioethics and clinical ethics consultations. Megan Shedden is both an attorney and a medical ethicist. She has a master’s degree in bioethics from Albany…

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"Enough is Enough": What You Need to Know About the New Law
The recent passage of the New York State Education Law that’s being called “Enough is Enough” means that all private colleges and universities in the state must amend their Title IX policies (“codes of conduct”) to incorporate the requirements of the new law, or risk losing state aid and assistance. A certificate of compliance with…

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