Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce that 3 of the firm’s attorneys have been included in DBusiness Magazine’s 2018 Top Lawyers for Healthcare Law.

The DBusiness Magazine’s 2018 Top Lawyers honors the leading lawyers in the Southeast Michigan region. Below is the list of Dickinson Wright attorneys named Top Lawyers:

Gregory W. Moore (Member, Troy), co-chairs Dickinson Wright’s Behavioral Health Care Practice Group along with his partner Russell A. Kolsrud. Mr. Moore has been a practicing health care attorney since 1991. During his entire career, he has focused on representing and counseling providers of all types and sizes across all existing and developing segments of the industry. He has been recognized as a thought leader and innovator when it comes to the integration of behavioral and physical health care. With 25 years of experience serving clients in the industry, his practice covers the full spectrum of regulatory, transactional, and litigation services. Greg may be reached at 248-433-7268.

Rose J. Willis (Member, Troy), practice focuses on healthcare regulatory, transactional and corporate law in her representation of healthcare providers and suppliers and other current or prospective participants in the healthcare industry. Rose regularly counsels healthcare industry clients on matters regarding Entity governance documents such as Bylaws, Operating Agreements, Shareholder Agreements, Buy-Sell Agreements and Deferred Compensation Agreements, HIPAA privacy and security laws, Mergers and acquisitions involving physician practices and hospitals, Stark, Anti-Kickback and other federal and state fraud and abuse laws in structuring hospital, physician and other healthcare ventures, Certificate of Need letters of intent and applications, and many more prominent assignments.  Rose may be reached at 248-433-7584.

Mark E. Wilson (Member, Troy) chairs Dickinson Wright’s Health Care Practice Group and has facilitated the creation and ongoing operations of Medical “Supergroups” in which multiple practices come together to form a single large scale group practice.   He also facilitated the formation and operation of a number of multi-specialty group practices including medical practices operating in multiple states. He has assisted in the formation, development and in securing HUD-backed financing of a physician-owned assisted living facility. Mark has facilitated the creation of a national specialty management alliance. Mark has facilitated the creation and operation of the “megamedaplexs” in Michigan including all legal and organizational aspects of the equity funding, leasing, financing, management and construction. He has represented a variety of medical practices in the acquisition, development, construction, or operation of medical offices, free standing dialysis centers, vascular access facilities, urgent cares, laboratories and surgical centers. He works closely with the practices on their internal operations including all aspects of compliance, management and governance. Mark has prepared private placement memoranda related to various private offerings or subscriptions to fund major medical or commercial projects. Mark has also assisted clients in securing Certificates of Need for various operations. Mark may be reached in our Troy office at 248-433-7581.