The HIPAA Act privacy requirements, Stark prohibitions, and credential and licensing laws are just a few of the compliance hurdles that affect health care providers. Our health care attorneys have decades of experience and use a strategic approach to tackle these and other issues for clients.
In such a highly regulated industry, it's increasingly important to have skilled legal guidance. Shutts & Bowen's attorneys consist of seasoned veterans who routinely advise large hospital groups, medical centers, clinics, nursing homes, physicians and other health care providers and suppliers.
Over the years, our attorneys have helped clients steer clear of compliance, transaction and litigation problems that have impacted others in the industry. And we've helped them grow. With experience in finance and mergers and acquisitions, we've helped companies expand and reorganize. We also protect businesses in disputes and actions of all kinds, from disciplinary proceedings to EEOC charges and federal court trials. Overall, clients get extensive industry experience, backed by our legal resources in areas such as corporate finance, government law, insurance, labor, litigation, securities and taxation.
News & Insights
- Firm News, Jacksonville, 3.7.22
- Speaking Engagement, Workers’ Compensation Institute (WCI), Orlando, 12.7.21
- Firm News, Orlando, 10.25.21
- Media Mention, South Florida Business Journal, 10.12.21
- Shutts & Bowen Attorneys Listed in Best Lawyers in America® 2022 Edition; 6 Attorneys Selected as ‘Lawyer of the Year’Recognition, The Best Lawyers in America®, 8.19.21
- Media Mention, PartBNews, Tampa, 4.8.21
- Speaking Engagement, Tampa, 3.29.21
- Speaking Engagement, 1.20.21
- Media Mention, The American Lawyer, 1.12.21
- Firm News, Tallahassee, 8.25.20
- Shutts & Bowen Attorneys Listed in Best Lawyers in America® 2021 Edition; 6 Attorneys Selected as ‘Lawyer of the Year’Recognition, 8.20.20
- Recognition, 8.16.16
- Firm News, 4.19.16
- Speaking Engagement, 12.3.15
- Apparently, You Can’t Have “Too Much” Competition: Florida’s First District Court of Appeals Holds “Multiple Award Procurement” Winner Cannot Protest Awards to OthersFlorida Government Contracts Blog, 12.2.20
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