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Telecom liquidating

Our core practice areas include corporate and securities, tax, commercial litigation, government enforcement, health care, labor and employment, real estate and land development, bankruptcy and business reorganization, outsourcing and technology, energy, banking and finance.

Our government enforcement practice features securities litigators who are experienced in representing companies, executives, directors and officers.

Our representation includes regulatory, litigation and investigation matters before the Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, and in the courts involving allegations of business fraud and breaches of fiduciary duties; health care, investment, securities, banking and tax fraud; copyright and trademark infringement; False Claims Act cases; and SEC and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigations.

The Dallas health care practice provides legal services to a variety of health care-related entities including academic medical centers, hospitals, research institutions, physician groups, Accountable Care Organizations, independent diagnostic testing facilities (IDTF), durable medical equipment (DME) providers, laboratories, home health agencies (HHA), hospices, skilled nursing facilities (SNF) and manufacturers in various regulatory, transactional, administrative and controversy-related matters.

We advise clients on operational matters, Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement, liability exposure, managed care law, ERISA, HIPAA privacy issues, federal and state health care regulatory compliance, licensing, ACO formation/integration issues, health care reimbursement disputes and risk management issues.

Check and debit card transactions are treated as cash payments.

Cash refunds may not be available for amounts over $100.

If you are not satisfied with your purchase, simply return it along with your receipt.

A full refund will be offered in the original method of payment, as a merchandise exchange, or on a merchandise return card.

Refunds will not be given on clearance, discontinued, and holiday/seasonal merchandise (i.e., product no longer available in the store).

Lost or damaged merchandise return cards are NOT replaceable.

Acting as counsel to debtors, lenders, committees, trustees, asset purchasers, liquidating agents and a variety of other clients in reorganization and bankruptcy proceedings, we offer experience in complex matters in Texas and throughout the nation.