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Michael Byrd and Alex Thiersch Speak at San Jose AmSpa Boot Camp

Michael S. Byrd and Alex R. Thiersch presented at the San Jose, California AmSpa Boot Camp on September 18th and 19th, 2017, regarding important legal considerations anyone opening or running a medical spa should understand. Alex and Michael’s presentation, “The Law,” discussed legal issues facing medical spa owners such as choice of entity, ownership rules, […]

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Brad Adatto Jumps Out of Airplane with Birds Eye View Alpha Bomb Squad!

Typically on the third Wednesday of each month, Brad Adatto is suited up for the Dallas Bar Association’s Health Law Section lunch meeting.  But yesterday Brad suited up in a jumpsuit and parachute to jump out of a perfectly good plane to help raise awareness for our country’s Veterans and First-Responders.   For years Brad […]

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Happy Birthday, Sam!

Today ByrdAdatto celebrated attorney Sam Pondrom’s birthday by surprising him with cookies from Tiff’s Treats!  Join us in wishing Sam a very happy birthday!

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Bradford Adatto and Jay Reyero Speak to Plastic Surgeons at the Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting

On Saturday, September 16, 2017, Bradford Adatto and Jay Reyero spoke to young plastic surgeons at the Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons 2017 Annual Meeting.  During Brad and Jay’s speech entitled, “How are the Explosions of Med Spas Impacting Plastic Surgeons?,” they focused on the realities of the medical spa market and opportunities for growth specific […]

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Happy Birthday Kristin!

Today ByrdAdatto celebrated our administrative assistant Kristin Thomasson’s 21st birthday by surprising her with breakfast tacos!  Join us in wishing Kristin a very happy birthday!

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U.S. Charges more than 400 Medical Professionals in Largest Health Care Fraud Takedown

In what is being called the largest health care fraud enforcement operation in U.S. history, U.S. Attorney General Attorney Jeff Sessions and federal authorities are charging 412 medical professionals across 20 states with $1.3 billion in fraudulent transactions. At least 120 people were charged for their alleged roles in overprescribing and distributing opioids, making it also the largest-ever opioid-related […]

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