123s of Naturopathic Medicine

Medical consumers are becoming more and more discerning when it comes to seeking health care. Healthier lifestyles, a growing distrust of pharmaceuticals and an opioid crisis, have many seeking treatment outside of traditional medicine. Naturopathic medicine, or naturopathy, is one alternative. Rather than treating and diagnosing individual symptoms, naturopathy aims to treat the whole patient, […]

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Happy Birthday, Jim!

Today, ByrdAdatto celebrated our attorney Jim Stanford’s birthday! We surprised him with breakfast tacos from Taco Deli, a personal favorite of Jim’s (although it is worth noting that the “best taco” debate is still highly contested amongst the rest of the office). Please join us in wishing Jim a very happy birthday!

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ByrdAdatto Selected as a “Best Law Firm” in U.S. News – Best Lawyers® 2020 Rankings

ByrdAdatto is pleased to announce the firm’s selection as a Best Law Firm in the 2020 edition of the prestigious “Best Law Firms” list by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®. Firms included in the 2020 “Best Law Firms” listing are chosen based on outstanding ratings from clients and reviews by leading attorneys. A firm’s selection signifies […]

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Renee Coover to Present on the Basics of Patient Consults via Webinar

On Wednesday, November 13, 2019, Renee Coover will present on the Basics of Patient Consults via webinar for the American Med Spa Association (“AmSpa”).  The one-hour webinar will discuss how patient consults are among the most crucial aspects of proper patient care, but often overlooked in the medical spa setting. Renee will address when the […]

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College Football and LLCs: What They Have in Common

Beginning Labor Day Weekend through the first few weeks of 2020, you will find attorney Robert Fisher proudly wearing the same red fishing shirt imprinted with the distinctive University of Georgia “G” logo. That garish shirt signals to everyone in the office that college football is upon us. We take football seriously at ByrdAdatto (and […]

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Is HIPAA the Patient Privacy Standard of Care?

Anyone working in the health care industry is intimately familiar with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, better known as “HIPAA.” Generally, the purpose of HIPAA is to establish minimum federal standards for protecting the privacy of protected health information (“PHI”). While it is widely understood that health plans, healthcare clearinghouses, and […]

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