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Michael Byrd and Brad Adatto Speak at Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons

On Saturday, September 10, 2016 Michael Byrd and Brad Adatto spoke at the Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons 2016 Annual Meeting. They gave two speeches; the first focused on strategies to address decreasing reimbursements. Specifically, Michael and Brad discussed operational billing and collection strategies, out-of-network strategies, medical spas as ancillary revenue sources, and hospital employment. Their […]

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123’s of a Health Care Lawyer

One hundred percent of ByrdAdatto’s practice involves business law. We help our clients with a wide range of legal business issues, including business entity planning, contracts, business structuring, mergers & acquisitions, practice transitions, licensing, and business disputes. Roughly seventy-five percent of our client base is in the health care sector. We tell clients frequently that […]

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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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Don’t Expose Yourself to the Piercing of the Corporate Veil

  When formed and used correctly, corporate entities can be tremendous tools for limiting personal exposure to liability and protecting your individual assets. As such, an entity, must be treated as a separate legal entity, separate and apart from its owners. These so-called “corporate formalities” must be observed by an entity. Privileges, such as limited […]

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Michael Byrd and Jay Reyero published in The Texas Lawbook

  The Texas Lawbook published an article co-authored by Michael Byrd and Jay Reyero.  The article, “Physician Investments – Make it Rain or Wear a Ball and Chain?,”  highlights the importance of careful, strategic planning in implementing physician-owned companies.  The article illustrates the real world risks through the current RXpress litigation. The RXpress litigation exposes […]

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Recognition by D Magazine Best Lawyers in Dallas

Michael S. Byrd and Bradford E. Adatto were recognized on the D Magazine Best Lawyers in Dallas list for 2016.  Michael and Brad are among 17 attorneys recognized in the practice area of Health Care. Michael was previously recognized by D Magazine in 2013 and has been recognized as a Texas Rising Star (2009-2010) and […]

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