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123’s of Physician Separations

The breakup of a medical practice (or “doctor divorce”) is a common occurrence. Whether the breakup or departure of the physicians is voluntary or involuntary, the result is the same; economic impact on the practice.   If the practice did not address the separation process in its employment agreements or governing documents, then what is […]

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Brad Adatto Completes His Tenure as Chair of the DBA Health Law Section

On January 17, 2018, Bradford Adatto ended his one year term as the Chair of the Dallas Bar Association’s Health Law Section.  While Chair, the Board Amended the Bylaws of the section for the first time since its founding.  Brad has served on the DBA Health Law Section Board for 6 years, and will continue […]

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Happy Birthday, Dr. King

  Today, January 15, 2018, is the day the nation honors civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.  In the 1960’s, Dr. King’s actions successfully helped advance civil rights in this country.  ByrdAdatto wishes a Happy Birthday to Dr. King and his family.

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ByrdAdatto 2017 Highlights

2017 was another great year with continued growth at ByrdAdatto. We are grateful for the continued support and encouragement from our family, friends, referral sources, and clients. The following are highlights of our past year: 6 people joined the ByrdAdatto team: Kristin Thomasson (Administrative Assistant), Morgan Gire (Chicago Legal Assistant), Raylee Starnes (Law Clerk), Courtney […]

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Congratulations Michael Byrd on Being Selected to the 2018 Super Lawyers Business Edition

ByrdAdatto would like to congratulate Michael Byrd on his selection to the 2018 Super Lawyers Business Edition for his work in health care! The attorneys featured in the 2018 Super Lawyers Business Edition directory have demonstrated excellence in practice in areas useful to businesses. In order to be considered, Michael also had to be selected […]

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Return of Excise Tax on Medical Devices Could Raise Costs to Manufacturers and Consumers

With the new tax reform set to begin this year, so will the return of an excise tax on medical devices. The excise tax will raise the costs of production for the manufacturers of vital medical devices, such as MRIs machines, CT scanners, X-ray machines, and pacemakers, which in turn could raise costs to consumers. […]

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