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Happy Birthday Jay Reyero!

  ByrdAdatto wishes Jay Reyero a Happy Birthday on this fall morning as we celebrate with him by enjoying some delicious breakfast tacos.

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Jay Reyero and Evie Lalangas speak on the business and health care industry and the practice of law in Texas

On Thursday, October 13, 2016, Jay Reyero and Evie Lalangas spoke to the Texas Legal Society at Oklahoma City University School of Law on the business and health care industry and the practice of law in Texas.  The presentation covered select business and health care issues facing practicing attorneys in Texas, including understanding the application […]

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Determining Reasonable Price for Physician Non-Compete Buyouts in Texas: One Size Does Not Fit All!

It is common practice in the healthcare industry for physicians to enter into non-compete agreements with their employers. In these agreements, physicians are customarily restricted from practicing medicine in a defined territory surrounding the employer for a set amount of time after termination of the employment relationship. However in Texas, Section 15.50 of the Business […]

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Opening Day

  September 1st is Opening Day for Dove Season for the North Zone of Texas.  This day impacts over 100 counties in Texas.  Thousands of Texans will watch the sun rise in the milo and sunflower fields and try to bag their limit of mourning and white-winged doves.  We wish all hunters a happy hunt, […]

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123’s of Stark and Anti-Kickback

Physicians are faced with serious regulatory challenges and must understand the substantial restrictions upon entering into a financial relationship if conducting a health care arrangement.  While some physicians do not know that these rules exist, others are aware of the rules but are confused by the federal laws.  It is important to understand the 2 […]

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Uncertainty of Reasonableness – Setting the Buyout Price in Physician Non-Competes in Texas

It is common practice in the healthcare industry for physicians to enter into non-compete agreements with their employers. In these agreements, physicians are customarily restricted from practicing medicine in a defined territory surrounding the employer for a set amount of time after termination of the employment relationship. However in Texas, Section 15.50 of the Business […]

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