HEALTH & CORPORATE LAW
Houston Health and Corporate Law Attorneys
At the Leichter Law Firm, our Houston health and corporate law attorneys understand that it can be extremely stressful when an unfavorable peer review from a committee or hospital board results in investigations into your professional conduct. It is essential that when you are facing peer review and investigation that you have the representation of an attorney with experience in professional peer reviews, credentialing issues, suspension, censures, and more, so that you stand the best chance of minimizing the effects such action can have.
When you are facing disputes involving health or corporate law, you are entitled to representation from a qualified attorney. At the Leichter Law Firm, our Houston health and corporate law attorneys are dedicated to asserting our clients’ rights, planning successful defenses, and working toward mediation, if necessary. To learn more about how our attorneys can assist you in protecting your livelihood, contact our offices today at 512-495-9995.
Facing Legal Issues
As a healthcare practitioner, when you are facing disciplinary actions or have had your license suspended or been put on probation, this could also cause a number of other repercussions, namely the removal from network providers. This most often happens when a physician has been disciplined due to standard of care violations or chemical dependency.
Fortunately for those who have faced disciplinary action, there are options available. One can not only appeal to have decisions, such as being removed from a network provider, appealed, but one can also appeal to the National Practitioner Data Bank to have incorrect, sealed, or expunged information removed when it pertains to a professional’s disciplinary or criminal past. Taking such actions, however, is often difficult, especially when you choose to do so alone. Thus, many professionals find themselves considering enlisting the support of a legal professional familiar with this area of law.
Employment Agreements and Your Rights
For many healthcare and corporate professionals, having a well-planned Professional Association is essential to their success. However, making an efficient and effective partnership, and keeping it successful, is contingent on a number of factors. As such, may medical professionals seeking to form or update their Professional Association seek legal help with the following:
- Start Up Procedures
- Purchase and Sale agreements
- Shareholder Agreements
- Shareholder and Partner Disputes
- Property and Medical Equipment Leases and Contracts
- Employee/Employer Contracts
Another important aspect of having a successful Professional Association and to prevent avoidable issues from arising is to define and protect the rights of employees and employers through clear and thorough employment agreements. It is common for litigation to begin over issues that could have been resolved with a properly written contract. Some of the issues handled by the Houston health and corporate law attorneys include:
- Contract Review
- Contract Drafting
- Employment & Employee Counsel and Advice
- Contract Negotiation
- Non-Compete Agreements
However, addressing these issues in agreements and contracts will not always prevent a professional from being asked to appear before a review board. In this case, it is usually best for a person to seek the support of a qualified legal professional.
The Leichter Law Firm is committed to representing our clients when they are facing peer reviews or dealing with other health and corporate law matters. To learn more about how we can help you, contact our offices today at 512-495-9995.