Legal Structure and Documentation

Creation of long-term equity value for an RMCE begins with a sound business structure accommodating local legal, tax, regulatory and other considerations.

Building an entity with enduring and growing equity value begins with thoughtful structuring.  This is as true for a small medical practice, as it is for any other business undertaking.  That structuring is inevitably reflected in a set of legal documents and filings – for example, shareholders, operating, employment, non-disclosure and other agreements; tax, corporate, health department registrations.  The structure should be sufficiently flexible to support expansion of the RMCE. 

Besides foundational documentation, a successful RMCE will require legal support for ongoing regulatory compliance and communications, licensing opportunities, negotiations and agreements with industry study sponsors, third-party capital injections, arrangements with visiting or partnering healthcare professionals and/or neighboring hospitals, medical ethics committee procedures and other matters.