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Kevin P. Mitchell

Senior Associate

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Practice Areas

Healthcare   |   Corporate

Kevin Mitchell has experience advising health care providers on operational, transactional, licensing, regulatory, and compliance issues. He has particular experience in advising hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, freestanding emergency medical care facilities, pharmacies, physicians, dentists, and other health care providers on various health care-related matters. Kevin’s transactional experience includes drafting and negotiating a variety of health care contracts and documents, including professional and physician services agreements, physician employment/recruitment agreements, asset purchase agreements, management agreements, and company operating agreements. During law school, Kevin interned for a law firm’s corporate and health care practice groups, a Texas medical school’s office of institutional compliance, and an energy pipeline company.

  • University of Houston Law Center, J.D.
    • Houston Journal of International Law, Senior Articles Editor
  • University of Texas at Austin, B.A.
    • Texas Business Foundations Program Certificate

 

  • Texas
  • Healthcare
  • Corporate
  • Selected for inclusion in Texas Super Lawyers, Rising Star edition by Thomson Reuters, 2020
  • Dallas Bar Association
  • Dallas Young Lawyers Association
  • American Health Law Association
  • “Opening a pain management clinic? Here’s how to avoid regulatory discomfort,” Dallas Medical Journal (July 2018)
  • “Do you know the rules for delegation of prescriptive authority?”, Dallas Medical Journal (May 2018)
  • From Fraud to Force Majeure: Health Care Law Basics for Physicians, UT Southwestern Emergency Residency / Fellowship Program (Sept. 2020)