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

Understanding the Legal Ramifications Involving Medispas
Medical Spas (“Medispa”) are becoming very popular as business men and women seek to capitalize on being able to provide botox, fillers, lasers and other medical services to their clientele. While many healthcare providers are being presented with enticing opportunities to become involved with Medispas, it is imperative for healthcare providers to understand the regulatory issues related to the Medispa industry.

Weiss Zarett Wins Dismissal of Hospital’s Complaint in MLMIC Litigation
As discussed in a prior client alert, in late-2018, MLMIC – a mutual medical malpractice insurance company – was sold to Berkshire Hathaway and “demutualized,” meaning it was converted from a mutual insurance company owned by its physician-policyholders to a stock insurance company owned by conventional shareholders. As part of that transaction, physicians covered by malpractice insurance policies issued by MLMIC between July 2013 through July 2016 became eligible to receive cash payouts representing the value of their mutual ownership interests in MLMIC prior to the sale

Understanding the Negotiation of Managed Health Care Contracts
To the dismay of most self-employed physicians today, both the practice of medicine and the “business” of medicine have become so intertwined that it has become impossible to differentiate between the two. Unfortunately, physicians who choose to resist this trend, or worse ignore it, too often find themselves mired in unfavorable contractual relationships that can lead to lower revenue for the practice.


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