Mark Stasa and Kathleen Westfall are presenting today at the Business of Medicine Event. The event with more than 20 physicians is at St. Mary Mercy Livonia.
Mark Stasa is explaining the importance of estate planning for physicians and their own practices. He has more than 25 years of experience in the areas of estate planning, health care law and general business law. A Certified Public Accountant as well as an attorney, Mark co-chairs the firm’s Estate and Trust Planning & Administration Practice Group. In the estate planning context, Mark’s practice includes the creation of wills, trusts, family limited partnerships, family LLCs, gifting, asset protection planning and insurance and retirement planning. Mark has handled estates ranging in value from $1 million to those of multi-generation, high net worth families.
Kathleen Westfall is speaking on physician employment agreements. This discussion includes key provisions to look for within the employment agreement and common pitfalls physicians should avoid. Kathleen maintains a business practice focused primarily on helping clients navigate complex licensing. She is experienced in regulatory issues related to state and federal health care laws and regulations. Kathleen assists health care clients with a number of corporate and contractual issues. Some of these areas include: reviewing, drafting and negotiating various contractual agreements such as employment contracts, independent contractor agreements, participation agreements, and billing agreements.
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