Health Care Law Counsel
Ms. Avila has served as a trusted adviser to practitioners and other executives to help clients thrive in the complex health care environment. She works with them to develop and improve their regulatory operations in ways that align with their business objectives. Allyson works closely with physicians and entrepreneurs, establishing their new business ventures and helping to guide them through intricate legal obstacles that arise in the business formation process. She provides guidance to medical spas and other aesthetic enhancement businesses to establish their compliance with ongoing requirements imposed on the industry by local, state and federal laws.
She regularly provides legal representation to physicians, nurses, physicians’ assistants, aesthetic professionals and pharmacists. Ms. Avila counsels clients on issues such as fee-splitting, professional liabilities, anti-kickback laws, professional licensure, regulatory compliance, administrative practices and product liability. She is also adept at preparing collaborative agreements between professionals as well as employment and management agreements. She counsels clients to successfully navigate compliance laws and regulations and works with them to obtain state licensure and certification.
Commercial Contracts and Joint Ventures
Ms. Avila is focused on delivering practical strategies to improve business arrangements through the negotiation and development of solid, results-oriented agreements. She negotiates contracts and other business documents for medical providers, employers, manufacturers and distributors, striking an optimal balance between risk and business opportunity
General Liability & Casualty
Ms. Avila has a varied general liability practice defending a broad range of negligence-based claims arising from construction-related accidents, alleged improper operation or maintenance of equipment and facilities, inadequate security, automobile accidents and premises liability.
Mass Torts/Toxic Torts
Ms. Avila’s practice includes handling the defense of toxic tort claims. Among other notable defense verdicts, Ms. Avila won a case on behalf of a sports club defendant in a chlorine gas exposure claim seeking $3.5 million in damages.