Keeping Your Own Counsel: Why Physicians Still Need Their Own Attorney After Acquisition of their Practice by a Hospital

Keeping Your Own Counsel: Why Physicians Still Need Their Own Attorney After Acquisition of their Practice by a Hospital
Laura L. Katz, Co-author
Maryland MGMA

In this article, Laura L. Katz and Marshall B. Paul discuss the need for the physicians in an acquired practice to have their own outside counsel, separate from that of the hospital, to protect their interests. The authors highlight six circumstances when physicians should obtain their own counsel to provide legal representation on their behalf.