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Jay D. Reyero grew up playing team sports and sees himself as an integral part of his client’s team when they engage him. He truly respects those with whom he works, and he always gives maximum effort for the benefit of the team. As a member of the firm, he is responsive and respectful, striving to make sure each client receives the full attention they deserve. Jay enjoys solving problems, and is adept at listening and asking the right questions. He can communicate complex issues effectively, helping clients understand and feel comfortable with the course of action required. He has a background as both a litigator and transactional attorney, bringing a unique and balanced perspective to the firm’s clients.

“I like solving complex problems. To me, it’s not about learning the standard way to do things, but continually looking for better ways to do things.”

Jay’s practice focuses on the representation of business clients, with health care being the core of his practice. His health care and regulatory expertise involves the counseling and advising of physicians, physician groups, other medical service providers and non-professionals. Specific areas of expertise include Federal and State health care regulations and how they impact investments, transactions and various contractual arrangements, particularly in the areas of Federal and State anti-referral, anti-kickback and HIPAA compliance.

While he is enthusiastic and passionate about business, law, and how the two intersect, Jay still works at achieving a healthy work-life balance. He enjoys spending time with his family and is an avid runner who enjoys daily runs with his running buddies–his black Labs.



The University of Texas at Austin, B.B.A., Management Information Systems, Minor: Economics

SMU Dedman School of Law, J.D., 2008



SMU Science and Technology Law Review – Executive Editor

Small Business Clinic Student Attorney, 2007

John Marshal Moot Court Team, 2006

Hispanic Law Students Association

Dean’s Scholarship Recipient

Texas State Bar Admittance, 2008

United States District Court – Eastern District of Texas, 2009

United States District Court – Northern District of Texas, 2009

United States District Court – Western District of Texas, 2009

Selected in Texas Super Lawyers, Rising Stars Edition, published by Thompson Reuters (2017)



Texas Health Lawyers Association

Dallas Bar Association, Health Law Section

Dallas Association of Young Lawyers



Co-Speaker with Brad Adatto, How are the Explosions of Med Spas Impacting Plastic Surgeons?, Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons  Annual Meeting in Fort Worth, Texas

Speaker, Compensation Models for Professional Services Businesses, Taxation and Business Planning Conference for CPAs, Dallas, TX

Co-Speaker with Evangeline Lalangas, Business and Health Care and the Practice of Law in Texas, Oklahoma City University School of Law-Texas Legal Society, Oklahoma City, OK

Co-Speaker with Brad Adatto, Hot Topics in the Practice of Medicine and Dentistry, Dallas Bar Association-Health Law Section, Dallas, TX

Speaker, Resident Talk- Stopping Embezzlement in Your Practice, Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons 2015 Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX

Panelist, The Impact of the Hobby Lobby, Walmart and Halbig Decisions, American Bar Association’s Regional Health Law Meeting, Dallas, TX

Panelist, Healthcare Insurance and Delivery Post Affordable Care Act, Texas Minority Counsel Program, Austin, Texas

Author, “The CAN-SPAM Act of 2003: A False Hope,” SMU Science & Technology Law Review, Volume XI, No. 2, 195-226