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Emily Grey, Clay Countryman and Carroll Devillier will be presenting at the 2018 LASCA Annual Meeting

Emily Grey, Clay Countryman and Carroll Devillier will be presenting at the Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association 2018 Annual Conference. Emily Grey and Carroll Devillier will present "The Opioid Addiction Crisis - Recent Regulatory Actions, Pending Lawsuits and the Role of ASCs" and Clay Countryman will present "Legal Issues Facing Ambulatory Surgery Centers." For more information or to register, click here

About Emily Grey: 
Emily is the Section Manager of the firm's healthcare section, one of the largest in Louisiana. She represents healthcare providers in a wide range of issues including routine operational matters, regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, licensing, provider enrollment, contracting, joint ventures, and healthcare transactions including hospital/physician integration. Emily’s clients range from Fortune 500 companies to individual healthcare professionals and include hospitals and health systems, surgery centers, pharmacies, physicians and their practices, healthcare management and consulting companies, and other healthcare providers. As stated by Chambers USA, "Emily's [clients] praise her 'positive attitude and orientation towards results and resolution.' She is noted for her handling of transactional regulatory matters and offers noted experience in licensing."

About Clay Countryman: 
Clay Countryman is a partner in the health care group in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman represents clients in all areas of the health care industry, with a focus on health care corporate transactions, fraud and abuse compliance, development of health care provider networks and alternative health care payment approaches.

About Carroll Devillier:
Carroll Devillier is a partner in the Baton Rouge office, practicing primarily in Business and Commercial Litigation. Carroll has been with Breazeale, Sachse and Wilson since November 2007 and has participated in litigation of a wide variety of business and commercial matters. His principal areas of practice include litigation involving: antitrust; unfair trade practices and unfair competition; fiduciary duties of corporate officers, directors, and trustees; contract disputes; and general business and commercial issues. Carroll is experienced in complex commercial litigation and its attendant discovery issues and motion practice. Additionally, Carroll’s practice is comprised of a significant portion of collection work. In his collection practice, Carroll assists clients from the earliest stages of collection efforts through judgment and judgment enforcement efforts. Carroll has an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell.

About Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association: 
?LASCA is your state association. We are united in our mission to protect, expand, and improve the ability of ambulatory surgery centers to effectively serve our patients and to continue to provide our physicians the highly efficient and caring facility and staff they need to be productive in their surgical practice.

Emily Grey, Clay Countryman and Carroll Devillier will be presenting at the 2018 LASCA Annual Meeting

Emily Grey, Clay Countryman and Carroll Devillier will be presenting at the Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association 2018 Annual Conference. Emily Grey and Carroll Devillier will present "The Opioid Addiction Crisis - Recent Regulatory Actions, Pending Lawsuits and the Role of ASCs" and Clay Countryman will present "Legal Issues Facing Ambulatory Surgery Centers." For more information or to register, click here

About Emily Grey: 
Emily is the Section Manager of the firm's healthcare section, one of the largest in Louisiana. She represents healthcare providers in a wide range of issues including routine operational matters, regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, licensing, provider enrollment, contracting, joint ventures, and healthcare transactions including hospital/physician integration. Emily’s clients range from Fortune 500 companies to individual healthcare professionals and include hospitals and health systems, surgery centers, pharmacies, physicians and their practices, healthcare management and consulting companies, and other healthcare providers. As stated by Chambers USA, "Emily's [clients] praise her 'positive attitude and orientation towards results and resolution.' She is noted for her handling of transactional regulatory matters and offers noted experience in licensing."

About Clay Countryman: 
Clay Countryman is a partner in the health care group in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman represents clients in all areas of the health care industry, with a focus on health care corporate transactions, fraud and abuse compliance, development of health care provider networks and alternative health care payment approaches.

About Carroll Devillier:
Carroll Devillier is a partner in the Baton Rouge office, practicing primarily in Business and Commercial Litigation. Carroll has been with Breazeale, Sachse and Wilson since November 2007 and has participated in litigation of a wide variety of business and commercial matters. His principal areas of practice include litigation involving: antitrust; unfair trade practices and unfair competition; fiduciary duties of corporate officers, directors, and trustees; contract disputes; and general business and commercial issues. Carroll is experienced in complex commercial litigation and its attendant discovery issues and motion practice. Additionally, Carroll’s practice is comprised of a significant portion of collection work. In his collection practice, Carroll assists clients from the earliest stages of collection efforts through judgment and judgment enforcement efforts. Carroll has an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell.

About Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association: 
?LASCA is your state association. We are united in our mission to protect, expand, and improve the ability of ambulatory surgery centers to effectively serve our patients and to continue to provide our physicians the highly efficient and caring facility and staff they need to be productive in their surgical practice.

Emily Grey, Clay Countryman and Carroll Devillier will be presenting at the 2018 LASCA Annual Meeting

Emily Grey, Clay Countryman and Carroll Devillier will be presenting at the Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association 2018 Annual Conference. Emily Grey and Carroll Devillier will present "The Opioid Addiction Crisis - Recent Regulatory Actions, Pending Lawsuits and the Role of ASCs" and Clay Countryman will present "Legal Issues Facing Ambulatory Surgery Centers." For more information or to register, click here

About Emily Grey: 
Emily is the Section Manager of the firm's healthcare section, one of the largest in Louisiana. She represents healthcare providers in a wide range of issues including routine operational matters, regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, licensing, provider enrollment, contracting, joint ventures, and healthcare transactions including hospital/physician integration. Emily’s clients range from Fortune 500 companies to individual healthcare professionals and include hospitals and health systems, surgery centers, pharmacies, physicians and their practices, healthcare management and consulting companies, and other healthcare providers. As stated by Chambers USA, "Emily's [clients] praise her 'positive attitude and orientation towards results and resolution.' She is noted for her handling of transactional regulatory matters and offers noted experience in licensing."

About Clay Countryman: 
Clay Countryman is a partner in the health care group in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman represents clients in all areas of the health care industry, with a focus on health care corporate transactions, fraud and abuse compliance, development of health care provider networks and alternative health care payment approaches.

About Carroll Devillier:
Carroll Devillier is a partner in the Baton Rouge office, practicing primarily in Business and Commercial Litigation. Carroll has been with Breazeale, Sachse and Wilson since November 2007 and has participated in litigation of a wide variety of business and commercial matters. His principal areas of practice include litigation involving: antitrust; unfair trade practices and unfair competition; fiduciary duties of corporate officers, directors, and trustees; contract disputes; and general business and commercial issues. Carroll is experienced in complex commercial litigation and its attendant discovery issues and motion practice. Additionally, Carroll’s practice is comprised of a significant portion of collection work. In his collection practice, Carroll assists clients from the earliest stages of collection efforts through judgment and judgment enforcement efforts. Carroll has an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell.

About Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association: 
?LASCA is your state association. We are united in our mission to protect, expand, and improve the ability of ambulatory surgery centers to effectively serve our patients and to continue to provide our physicians the highly efficient and caring facility and staff they need to be productive in their surgical practice.

Emily Grey, Clay Countryman and Carroll Devillier will be presenting at the 2018 LASCA Annual Meeting

Emily Grey, Clay Countryman and Carroll Devillier will be presenting at the Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association 2018 Annual Conference. Emily Grey and Carroll Devillier will present "The Opioid Addiction Crisis - Recent Regulatory Actions, Pending Lawsuits and the Role of ASCs" and Clay Countryman will present "Legal Issues Facing Ambulatory Surgery Centers." For more information or to register, click here

About Emily Grey: 
Emily is the Section Manager of the firm's healthcare section, one of the largest in Louisiana. She represents healthcare providers in a wide range of issues including routine operational matters, regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, licensing, provider enrollment, contracting, joint ventures, and healthcare transactions including hospital/physician integration. Emily’s clients range from Fortune 500 companies to individual healthcare professionals and include hospitals and health systems, surgery centers, pharmacies, physicians and their practices, healthcare management and consulting companies, and other healthcare providers. As stated by Chambers USA, "Emily's [clients] praise her 'positive attitude and orientation towards results and resolution.' She is noted for her handling of transactional regulatory matters and offers noted experience in licensing."

About Clay Countryman: 
Clay Countryman is a partner in the health care group in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman represents clients in all areas of the health care industry, with a focus on health care corporate transactions, fraud and abuse compliance, development of health care provider networks and alternative health care payment approaches.

About Carroll Devillier:
Carroll Devillier is a partner in the Baton Rouge office, practicing primarily in Business and Commercial Litigation. Carroll has been with Breazeale, Sachse and Wilson since November 2007 and has participated in litigation of a wide variety of business and commercial matters. His principal areas of practice include litigation involving: antitrust; unfair trade practices and unfair competition; fiduciary duties of corporate officers, directors, and trustees; contract disputes; and general business and commercial issues. Carroll is experienced in complex commercial litigation and its attendant discovery issues and motion practice. Additionally, Carroll’s practice is comprised of a significant portion of collection work. In his collection practice, Carroll assists clients from the earliest stages of collection efforts through judgment and judgment enforcement efforts. Carroll has an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell.

About Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association: 
?LASCA is your state association. We are united in our mission to protect, expand, and improve the ability of ambulatory surgery centers to effectively serve our patients and to continue to provide our physicians the highly efficient and caring facility and staff they need to be productive in their surgical practice.

Emily Grey, Clay Countryman and Carroll Devillier will be presenting at the 2018 LASCA Annual Meeting

Emily Grey, Clay Countryman and Carroll Devillier will be presenting at the Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association 2018 Annual Conference. Emily Grey and Carroll Devillier will present "The Opioid Addiction Crisis - Recent Regulatory Actions, Pending Lawsuits and the Role of ASCs" and Clay Countryman will present "Legal Issues Facing Ambulatory Surgery Centers." For more information or to register, click here

About Emily Grey: 
Emily is the Section Manager of the firm's healthcare section, one of the largest in Louisiana. She represents healthcare providers in a wide range of issues including routine operational matters, regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, licensing, provider enrollment, contracting, joint ventures, and healthcare transactions including hospital/physician integration. Emily’s clients range from Fortune 500 companies to individual healthcare professionals and include hospitals and health systems, surgery centers, pharmacies, physicians and their practices, healthcare management and consulting companies, and other healthcare providers. As stated by Chambers USA, "Emily's [clients] praise her 'positive attitude and orientation towards results and resolution.' She is noted for her handling of transactional regulatory matters and offers noted experience in licensing."

About Clay Countryman: 
Clay Countryman is a partner in the health care group in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman represents clients in all areas of the health care industry, with a focus on health care corporate transactions, fraud and abuse compliance, development of health care provider networks and alternative health care payment approaches.

About Carroll Devillier:
Carroll Devillier is a partner in the Baton Rouge office, practicing primarily in Business and Commercial Litigation. Carroll has been with Breazeale, Sachse and Wilson since November 2007 and has participated in litigation of a wide variety of business and commercial matters. His principal areas of practice include litigation involving: antitrust; unfair trade practices and unfair competition; fiduciary duties of corporate officers, directors, and trustees; contract disputes; and general business and commercial issues. Carroll is experienced in complex commercial litigation and its attendant discovery issues and motion practice. Additionally, Carroll’s practice is comprised of a significant portion of collection work. In his collection practice, Carroll assists clients from the earliest stages of collection efforts through judgment and judgment enforcement efforts. Carroll has an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell.

About Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association: 
?LASCA is your state association. We are united in our mission to protect, expand, and improve the ability of ambulatory surgery centers to effectively serve our patients and to continue to provide our physicians the highly efficient and caring facility and staff they need to be productive in their surgical practice.

Emily Grey, Clay Countryman and Carroll Devillier will be presenting at the 2018 LASCA Annual Meeting

Emily Grey, Clay Countryman and Carroll Devillier will be presenting at the Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association 2018 Annual Conference. Emily Grey and Carroll Devillier will present "The Opioid Addiction Crisis - Recent Regulatory Actions, Pending Lawsuits and the Role of ASCs" and Clay Countryman will present "Legal Issues Facing Ambulatory Surgery Centers." For more information or to register, click here

About Emily Grey: 
Emily is the Section Manager of the firm's healthcare section, one of the largest in Louisiana. She represents healthcare providers in a wide range of issues including routine operational matters, regulatory compliance, fraud and abuse, licensing, provider enrollment, contracting, joint ventures, and healthcare transactions including hospital/physician integration. Emily’s clients range from Fortune 500 companies to individual healthcare professionals and include hospitals and health systems, surgery centers, pharmacies, physicians and their practices, healthcare management and consulting companies, and other healthcare providers. As stated by Chambers USA, "Emily's [clients] praise her 'positive attitude and orientation towards results and resolution.' She is noted for her handling of transactional regulatory matters and offers noted experience in licensing."

About Clay Countryman: 
Clay Countryman is a partner in the health care group in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. Mr. Countryman represents clients in all areas of the health care industry, with a focus on health care corporate transactions, fraud and abuse compliance, development of health care provider networks and alternative health care payment approaches.

About Carroll Devillier:
Carroll Devillier is a partner in the Baton Rouge office, practicing primarily in Business and Commercial Litigation. Carroll has been with Breazeale, Sachse and Wilson since November 2007 and has participated in litigation of a wide variety of business and commercial matters. His principal areas of practice include litigation involving: antitrust; unfair trade practices and unfair competition; fiduciary duties of corporate officers, directors, and trustees; contract disputes; and general business and commercial issues. Carroll is experienced in complex commercial litigation and its attendant discovery issues and motion practice. Additionally, Carroll’s practice is comprised of a significant portion of collection work. In his collection practice, Carroll assists clients from the earliest stages of collection efforts through judgment and judgment enforcement efforts. Carroll has an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell.

About Louisiana Ambulatory Surgery Center Association: 
?LASCA is your state association. We are united in our mission to protect, expand, and improve the ability of ambulatory surgery centers to effectively serve our patients and to continue to provide our physicians the highly efficient and caring facility and staff they need to be productive in their surgical practice.
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