Business and Corporate Contract Attorney

Jeffrey P. Greenberg provides professional business contract and corporate law attorney services in Tampa, throughout Florida, and across the United States.

Call (813) 284-2030 about your Business Contract and Corporate Law Legal Needs.

Jeffrey P. Greenberg P.A. understands that contracts can be a critical component of any business and has extensive experience in reviewing and creating contracts to meet its clients’ unique needs.

Our services include contract review, contract negotiation, and contract creation. We work with our clients to understand their goals and objectives and craft and review to meet their needs.

We provide advice on a variety of contract matters including employment agreements, vendor contracts, real estate agreements, leases, physician contracts, and other business contracts.

We can also help review provider agreements and third-party payer contracts.

Allocation of risk and contracts is critical to our clients and we assist in achieving that goal.

For whatever type of business you have we can help you navigate the area of contract review and creation.

At Jeffrey P. Greenberg P.A., we are committed to helping our clients achieve their goals, while at the same time minimizing risk.

Call (813) 284-2030 to find out how we may be able to help you with your Business Contract and Corporate Law Legal Issues.

Jeffrey P. Greenberg

Jeff has over 3 decades of experience in healthcare and corporate transactional and regulatory matters, including acquisitions and divestitures, federal and state licensure, and compliance. Jeff’s clients include health care providers such as hospitals, physician practices, and privately held corporations. He represents clients in transactions involving the provision of professional services to licensed healthcare entities, the formation and transfer of licensed healthcare organizations, and the management of licensed entities by business organizations.

Jeff also advises clients with respect to business planning, growth, succession, and exit strategies; governance, control, and operational issues; and the impact of state and federal legislation, including anti-self-referral, anti-kickback, Medicare and HIPAA.

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