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To Be A PLLC Or To Be a PA, That Is The Question

When Texas physicians are looking to form an entity for their practice, one of the most common questions is whether to form a professional association (“PA”) or professional limited liability company (“PLLC”). While both entities accomplish the primary entity goal of providing a strong liability shield for its owner, the corporate structural and operational differences […]

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The 2019 Medical Spa Show is Less Than a Month Away

  The American Med Spa Association (“AmSpa”) and ByrdAdatto want to remind everyone that the 2019 Medical Spa Show at the Aria Resort and Casino in Las Vegas will begin on February 8th and run through February 10th.  The Show will feature four tracks of education, including the legal and operational aspects of running a […]

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Texas DSO Registration Renewals Due January 31, 2019

The beginning of a new year in the dental community means it is time to renew your Dental Support Organization (“DSO”) registration with the Texas Secretary of State (“TXSOS”). Under Texas’s DSO registration program, all active DSO registrations expired on December 31, 2018 and must be renewed by January 31, 2019 to remain compliant. As […]

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The Fine Print Impacts Long Term Disability Coverage

ByrdAdatto is grateful to have this article contribution from guest author, Lawrence B. Keller, founder of Physician Financial Services. Larry is highly regarded by physicians throughout the United States on disability policies and other insurance related products. Because this area is outside our expertise, this article does not express the opinions of ByrdAdatto and should […]

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123s of Due Diligence in Mergers and Acquisitions

Mergers and acquisitions usually involve a good deal of due diligence before a purchaser fully commits to the acquisition of the target company. Due Diligence is the period in which the purchaser will access the target company’s books and records to verify whether what the purchaser has been told or otherwise believes is true, complete, […]

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Secure Prescription Pads Now Required in California

In 2018, California made several changes to try to curb unauthorized access to controlled substances as part of a national trend in combating opioid abuse. One of the major changes went into effect this past October, when it became mandatory for medical professionals who write prescriptions to first run a search of the patient on […]

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