As the nation’s fourth most populous state, Florida is one of the largest markets for health care services of all kinds.
And now, as the “baby boomer” generation begins joining the state’s retiree community, the need for health care providers will increase even more dramatically.
At the same time, the health care industry itself is one of the most highly regulated and closely scrutinized industries of all. Issues concerning insurance, compliance, risk management, malpractice, Medicare, fraud and abuse – to name a few – demand highly competent, proactive legal counsel like never before.
de la Parte & Gilbert has experience in all aspects of healthcare transactions, litigation and regulatory matters.
The firm has served as counsel to various healthcare clients, including hospitals, physician groups, medical device manufacturers and diagnostic facilities. The firm’s clients include both for-profit and not-for-profit entities. This representation includes a full range of business and health law related services, including organizational, operational and financial aspects of healthcare entities.
In healthcare transactions, the firm provides a wide range of services for clients involved in commercial, corporate other transactions, and assists clients in performing business and legal due diligence.
de la Parte & Gilbert has assisted its healthcare clients in the formation, dissolution, acquisition and sale of physician group practices, corporations, partnerships, joint ventures and other types of business organizations.
The firm has prepared complex agreements, including healthcare joint ventures and affiliations and physician employment and recruitment agreements, clinical trial agreements and biotechnology license agreements. Our attorneys have negotiated and closed a wide range of healthcare related transactions, including Health construction projects, facilities, sales and other complex matters.
In addition, de la Parte & Gilbert regularly counsels its clients on matters relating to both state and federal regulation matters, employee contracting matters and has experience in representing clients in litigation concerning health law issues.