Jay D. Reyero Named 2017 Texas Rising Star

Jay Reyero was selected to the 2017 Texas Rising Stars listing. Texas Rising Stars must be 40 years or younger or have been in practice for 10 years or less. “Jay is an amazingly talented lawyer and even better partner. We are proud of Jay for this recognition,” said firm co-founder Brad Adatto. Super Lawyers […]

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Physician Employment Contracts

Evaluating a physician employment opportunity requires not only the somewhat obvious scrutiny of the physician employment contract, but a broader assessment of the business opportunity itself.  Whether a physician is becoming an employee with a hospital or private practice, joining the faculty of a teaching institution, or starting their own practice, it is imperative that […]

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How Will a Trump Presidency Impact My Finances?

ByrdAdatto is grateful to have this article contribution from guest author, Scott Wisniewski, Founder & Private Client Wealth Manager at Arianna Capital. Scott is entrepreneurial and brings a unique vision to wealth management for his clients. Because this area is outside our expertise and we as attorneys love disclaimers, this article does not express the […]

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The Illinois Freedom to Work Act Further Limits Non-Compete Agreements

Effective January 1, 2017, a new Illinois law has further limited the use of non-compete agreements.  The Illinois Freedom to Work Act (“Act”) was enacted to prohibit the use of non-compete agreements for low-wage employees working for private sector companies; the Illinois legislature felt that these agreements served little purpose since such restrictions had no […]

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Brad Adatto and Alex Thiersch speak to AmSpa Florida Boot Camp attendees

On Tuesday, February 7, 2017, Brad Adatto and Alex Thiersch spoke at the AmSpa Medical Spa Boot Camp in Orlando, Florida.  The presentation covered key Florida and federal legal issues facing those seeking to open or currently operating medical spas. Specific issues reviewed included proper medspa ownership and entity structure; physician supervision and delegation rules; […]

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UnitedHealthcare Claims $100 Million Healthcare Fraud in Dallas

On Thursday, January 26, 2017, UnitedHealthcare filed a federal complaint against Dallas-based Next Health, LLC and its affiliated companies alleging they engaged in fraudulent activity resulting in more than $100 million being paid.  The allegations centered on the performance of drug and genetic laboratory testing.   In an 81 page complaint, UnitedHealthcare detailed various alleged […]

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