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Chris Roane Shares Lessons Learned from Compliance Program Reviews in AHLA’s Compliance Corner

By Advisory, Dispute Resolution & Forensics, Healthcare, News, Regulatory Compliance & Anti-Fraud Consulting

Chris Roane, Director in Bennett Thrasher’s Dispute Resolution & Forensics practice, recently co-authored an article for the American Health Law Association on the performance of IRO Arrangements Reviews as it relates to Corporate Integrity Agreements (CIA). Chris and fellow article author Jeffrey Wilson, SVP and General Counsel for Lexington Medical Center discussed the core requirements of CIAs and some tips for effectively navigating IRO Arrangements Reviews.

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Dallas Business Journal Highlights Bennett Thrasher’s Expansion into Texas

By Advisory, Mergers & Acquisitions, News

The Dallas Business Journal recently interviewed Dane Harris, regional Transaction Advisory Services Market Leader for BT, about the firm’s expansion into Texas and the current landscape for middle-market deals. Harris, who was hired by the firm to lead its Transaction Advisory Services practice in Texas and nearby regions, discussed how BT intends to continue to grow organically and intentionally in North Texas and beyond, and shared how COVID-19 has provided an opportunity to do business differently.

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Bennett Thrasher Expands Transaction Advisory Services Practice into Texas

By Advisory, Mergers & Acquisitions, News

Bennett Thrasher, one of the nation’s largest and fastest-growing full-service public accounting and consulting firms, names Dane Harris as its new regional Transaction Advisory Services Market Leader in Texas. Dane will be based in the Dallas/Fort Worth metro area and looks to expand the firm’s Transaction Advisory Services (TAS) practice in Texas and surrounding geographies.

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Make a Successful Ownership Transition by Knowing Your Options

By Advisory, Insights, Valuation, Valuation Acceleration & Exit Planning

You’ve started and grown your business, despite all the hurdles you had to overcome. It may be difficult to think about a time when you will transition out of that business; however, succession planning should start at least five years before you want to leave your company. If you put off your exit strategy until you’re ready to get out, you may seriously limit your options, including who you can sell to, the value you will receive and how successful the transition is.

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