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Our healthcare lawyers help Phoenix-area doctors, physician groups and medical clinics minimize legal distractions and free them to build a more successful and profitable practice.

Members of the Arizona Association of Health Care Lawyers, health care attorneys Joe Schenk and Heather Macre offer valuable experience in advising and representing the interests of Arizona doctors and physician groups.

Their knowledge of health care law and the Phoenix-area medical profession and related legal, business and regulatory issues make them key members of many physicians’ teams of legal and professional advisors.

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Joe Schenk and Heather Macre, Phoenix Health Care Lawyers

THE FREEDOM TO PRACTICE MEDICINE

Joe Schenk and Heather Macre help Arizona physicians resolve legal headaches and pave the way for a more profitable, patient-focused practice.

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As though healing the sick and injured weren’t challenging enough, there are the endless legal and regulatory obstacles associated with health care law that threaten the health of your practice.

Phoenix health care attorneys Joe Schenk and Heather Macre provide experienced counseling and legal representation for medical doctors and other professionals on a wide variety of business, legal and regulatory matters, including:

  • hospital recruitment agreements

  • practice support agreements

  • practice management agreements

  • employment agreements and non-compete covenants

  • office-sharing arrangements

  • professional licensure and disciplinary proceedings, including representation before the Arizona Medical Board

  • HIPAA compliance

  • Stark compliance

  • practice sales and dissolutions

  • buy-sell agreements

  • practice group arrangements and breakups

  • forming and properly structuring a professional limited liability company (PLLC) or other appropriate entity

  • business litigation

  • creating an asset protection plan to shield you from litigation.