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First Microneedling Device Approved by the FDA

  It looks like there finally may be some clarity in the microneedling market. Bellus Medical recently announced that its mechanical micro-needling device, the SkinPen Precision System (often referred to as “SkinPen”), was approved by the FDA for the treatment facial acne scars in adults over the age of 22. This is a major development […]

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Alex Thiersch and Renee Coover Speak at the AmSpa Boot Camp in Los Angeles, California

Alex R. Thiersch and Renee E. Coover will present at the AmSpa Boot Camp in Los Angeles, California on April 7 – 8 , 2018. The Boot Camp covers important legal considerations anyone opening or running a medical spa should understand. The legal presentation, entitled “The Law,” will cover topics including  an overview of regional rules and regulations […]

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A Litigator’s Perspective of Physician Non-Competes – The Dos and Don’ts

A Litigator’s Perspective of Physician Non-Competes – The Dos and Don’ts ByrdAdatto has written many articles on physicians entering 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, […]

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Congratulations Jay Reyero on Being Selected to the 2018 Super Lawyers Texas Rising Stars

  ByrdAdatto would like to congratulate Jay Reyero on his selection on being a Rising Star in 2018 by Texas Super Lawyer! This is the second time that Jay has been named a Rising Star, as selected by his peers.  Texas Rising Stars must be 40 years or younger or have been in practice for […]

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

    ByrdAdatto would like to wish you all a Happy St. Patrick’s Day! May the luck o’ the Irish be with you! Liam the Leprechaun is celebrating too.

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California Enacts “Ban the Box” Law to Limit Criminal History Inquiries for Job Applicants

  California is among one of several states to enact legislation recently prohibiting employers from discriminating against applicants with prior criminal histories. The so-called “Ban the Box” law which became effective in California on January 1, 2018, amends the State Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) by adding a new code section which affects all […]

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