3 Trapdoors In Surgery Center Investing

Law360, New York (April 15, 2013, 2:05 PM EDT) -- The ambulatory surgery center industry has been an attractive industry for investors for many years due to a variety of reasons, including what is often very high quality care in an efficient and patient-friendly atmosphere via a business model offering opportunities for success. Advising clients in surgery center investments or joint ventures carries with it a number of legal trapdoors that may not be obvious to new market participants.

While this is true of any heavily regulated industry, here it is more pronounced due to the common involvement of referring physicians in the business relationships and the increased amount of attention...

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