123’s of Hair Restoration Laws

Hair replacement procedures have been around for a long time, but due to advances in hair restoration technology and procedures, there is a resurgent focus on hair restoration in the aesthetic space.  As with any popular procedure, high focus equals high volume, which can equal high revenue for an aesthetic practice.  The downside to such […]

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Bala Mohan and Sam Pondrom to Present at the Virtual Dallas Bar Association Meeting on September 16th

On Tuesday, September 16, 2020 Bala Mohan and Sam Pondrom will be presenting to the Virtual Dallas Bar Association (DBA) Health Law Section Meeting. Bala and Sam will be speaking in their discussion titled, “Hot Topics in the Business of Medicine and Dentistry.” This speech will focus on presenting common issues in the practice of […]

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BAntering with ByrdAdatto (Episode 69- Performing Good Faith Exams via Telemedicine)

Many practitioners are utilizing telemedicine to visit with their patients in response to the pandemic. Attorney Sam Pondrom shares a recommendation for practices conducting good faith exams via telemedicine. To learn more about good faith exams, read Sam’s article here. At ByrdAdatto we are working hard to ensure our clients are well equipped and ready […]

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What Does the Conflict Between the State Executive Order and Dallas County Order Mean for Dallas County Physicians Performing Elective Medical Procedures?

The last few days have been impactful ones for the Texas healthcare regulatory landscape.  On Friday, April 17, Governor Abbott released two Executive Orders (“EO”) addressing Essential and Reopened Services (“GA-16”) and Elective Medical Procedures (“GA-15”).  On Saturday, April 18, Dallas County extended its Safer at Home Order (“Dallas Order”) under its powers to declare […]

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Alert: COVID-19 Tips by ByrdAdatto (Episode 17 – States Use of Private Medical Equipment)

As regulations continue to change, stay up to date with ByrdAdatto as we release what you should know about the healthcare industry. In this video, Attorneys Michael Byrd, Brad Adatto, and Sam Pondrom share insight into states’ ability to seize private business medical equipment under emergency orders.  Sam will discuss New York, Texas, and California […]

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State Use of Private Property Under COVID-19-Based Emergency Orders

We have heard concerns from many of our clients regarding the state’s ability to take private medical equipment or facilities for public use during an emergency.  As part our series on the impact of COVID-19 on businesses, the article below discusses the ability of states to take such action and what it means for the […]

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