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David D. Haynes

Adjunct Professor of Law

David D. Haynes
David D. Haynes

David D. Haynes, Jr. (“Beau”) is a Martindale-Rated AV Preeminent® attorney with DeBruhl Haynes-The Health Law Group located in New Orleans, Louisiana. Mr. Haynes’ practice focuses on the representation of healthcare providers, primarily physicians, addressing legal and regulatory issues that affect their professional lives.  Generally, he represents healthcare providers in multiple areas, including, but not limited to, corporate issues; mergers and acquisitions; general healthcare law; compensation arrangements; tax-exempt entities; recruitment and employment contracts; management agreements; development of ancillary revenue projects; private securities offerings; peer review proceedings; and Medicare and Medicaid certification audits and appeals.

 

Mr. Haynes has specific experience in providing strategic and regulatory guidance regarding the merger or acquisition of physician practice groups and other healthcare-related projects or ventures including guidance regarding the Stark Law and Federal Anti-Kickback Statute.  Mr. Haynes has provided counsel to clients in the development and organization of physician practices, physician specialty hospitals, diagnostic imaging centers, ambulatory surgery centers, medical office buildings, and diagnostic sleep centers, including the use of private securities offerings as a means of capital formation for such projects.  

 

Mr. Haynes has presented to multiple audiences about healthcare law including as a guest lecturer at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and as a national speaker for the American Health Lawyers Association, American Bar Association-Health Law Section and the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.  Mr. Haynes has been an adjunct faculty member at Loyola University-New Orleans College of Law since 2013.  

Degrees

J.D., Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, 2004; B.S. in Public Health, Indiana University-Bloomington, 1999