About Daniel Harmon III, Attorney At Law: The Lawyer And The Law Firm
What qualifications will your attorney need to help you resolve your legal problem or take advantage of the right opportunity for your health care practice or business? Start with in-depth knowledge and the right kind of experience.
I was admitted to practice law in Florida and the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida, in 1986. Subsequently, I have been admitted to practice in other courts, including:
- The U.S. District Court, Northern District of Florida
- The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit
- The United States Tax Court
I am a proud and active member of The Florida Bar, real property, probate and trust law and health care sections. I am also a member of the American Bar Association and Florida Defense Lawyers Association. While remaining professionally active in these and other organizations, I devote the vast majority of my practice to advising and representing clients.
I invite you to learn more about my credentials and qualifications at my attorney profile link, below:
Offices In Panama City — Serving Clients In Bay County And Throughout Florida
My clients include health care administrators, ambulatory surgical centers, HMOs, insurers, doctors and private individuals.
My experience includes:
- Structuring a business venture between a hospital and a health care provider
- Developing effective human resource policies
- Setting up and operating a physician group practice
- Forming and organizing business organizations, including nonprofit organizations
- Drafting, negotiating, formalizing and modifying physician-hospital and physician-payer contracts
- Preparing for a health care business purchase, sale, merger or acquisition
- Navigating corporate entity requirements
- Staying compliant with today’s complex laws and regulations governing health care businesses, estate planning matters and real estate
- Many other areas of health care-related businesses and closely held corporations
- Planning for personal and family asset preservation and probate needs