Houston is home to some of the world’s largest and most prestigious medical institutions, as well as individual practices and medical equipment companies.
We are proud to represent many healthcare providers with business counsel, transactional services and litigation services. With our efficient structure and cost-effective approach, we deliver a healthy dose of business and legal value to help our clients stay focused on their mission of delivering health and wellness.
Some of the services we have provided to health care clients includes:
- General business services
- Employment-related issues
- Litigation and conflict resolution
- Real estate transactions
Recent Healthcare Representative Matters
- Representation of a developer and operator of multi-unit Alzheimer’s residential facilities
- Representation of a startup developer/operator of acute care micro-hospitals throughout the Midwest in connection with: •Initial organization •Two series of friends and family fundraising •The negotiation of several hospital system joint ventures •A private equity investment by a Dallas-based private equity firm •Bank credit facility •The formation of physician staffing company subsidiary •The formation of billing and collections subsidiary •Acquisition and development of real estate •Employment and HR matters
- Representation of a Texas-based 24-hour emergency medical care company in connection with a private equity investment by Austin Ventures and the development of joint ventures with non-profit hospital systems in San Antonio, Dallas Ft. Worth and Austin, Texas and Denver, Colorado for the development of 20+ micro-hospitals
- Successfully defended a hospital system in a qui tam action alleging Medicare and Medicaid fraud under FCA. Representation included working with DOJ who declined to intervene and then successfully defending the underlying lawsuit against the qui tam Relator.
- Represented a dentist and her practice against claims by another dentistry practice for tortious interference. The plaintiff alleged the defendant tortiously interfered with a noncompetition agreement it had with another local dentist by conspiring to solicit patients in violation of the agreement.