New York Healthcare Attorneys for Physicians

The attorneys of Weiss Zarett Brofman Sonnenklar & Levy, P.C. assist members of the healthcare industry including physicians, healthcare providers and health-related businesses with a wide array of legal services including corporate and transactional matters, civil and administrative litigation, healthcare regulatory issues, bankruptcy and creditors' rights, and commercial real estate transactions.  Outside of the healthcare industry, we similarly assist businesses and business owners with respect to corporate and commercial matters, business disputes, litigation, financing, documenting secured transactions and commercial real estate transactions.


Recent Publications

The Impact of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 on Telehealth, Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute and Civil Monetary Penalties
On February 9, 2018, President Trump signed into law the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 (the “Budget Act”). The Budget Act extended and modified numerous health care programs, including Children's Health Insurance Program (“CHIP”), the CHRONIC Care Act and the Medicare Part B Improvement Act. This Alert highlights certain provisions of the Budget Act impacting telehealth and health care fraud and abuse laws, which we expect will lead to significant changes to the delivery of health care services across the United States.

Understanding the Legal Implications Involving Management Services Organizations
Management Services Organizations (“MSOs”) can provide real and appreciable benefits to busy practitioners, allowing them to provide better patient care, unencumbered by the demands of micromanaging the business. MSOs can also be a productive venture for those who own and operate them. The ability to provide a turn-key office for busy physicians, and the diverse array of administrative services and equipment that physicians typically require, present an opportunity for MSOs. Additionally, unlike physician practices which must be owned by physicians, there is no impediment for outside capital investment in an MSO.

Know Who You’re Doing Business With! Innocent Vendor Found Liable Alongside Corporate Cheat for Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Fraudulent Conveyance Claim
It is not particularly surprising that some individuals will engage in the questionable and risky practice of paying for personal items by using their business/corporate accounts and credit cards. The classic example is a corporate officer who uses his business credit card to take his friends or family out for dinner. It seems preposterous to suggest that the restaurant cashier should conduct due diligence to confirm whether the executive is legitimately entitled to pay for her dinner with a company credit card. But under recent caselaw, that might not be such a bad idea in order to prevent an innocent vendor from getting caught in a web of litigation involving fraudulent conveyances and Bankruptcy law.


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