Sirote Attorneys Butler, Coffey, Baggette and Little to Speak on Health Care Law's Impact on Small Business

September 23, 2012

The law firm of Sirote & Permutt, PC is pleased to present a seminar for the Women’s Business Center of North Alabama (WBCNA) about current health care law issues.

In collaboration with WBCNA, Sirote attorneys Julian Butler, Fred Coffey, John Baggette and Benjamin Little will join Dr. Pam Hudson, COO Of Crestwood Medical Center, to speak about “The Affordable Health Care Act: How Will it Effect You or Your Small Business.” The presentation will be held Tuesday, Sept. 25. The attorneys will give a concise overview of the Health Care Act and its impact on small business owners.

To learn more about the seminar, click here.

Sirote & Permutt is well versed in the health care industry and understands businesses’ need to remain legally compliant. Having represented health care clients in a variety of regulatory, commercial and corporate matters, Sirote is uniquely equipped to meet the needs of your health care practice or facility.

The Women's Business Center of North Alabama aims to help women and men establish businesses and generate economic growth throughout our region. The WBCNA serves as the premier source for information and access to business resources. Services include start-up assistance, business advice and training, access to financing, and networking opportunities.

Mr. Butler is a Martindale-Hubbell AV rated attorney whose legal practice focuses on business litigation. He served as the county attorney for Madison County, Ala. for 35 years.

Mr. Coffey advises clients regarding all aspects of business formation, governance, contracts and regulatory compliance. He is the former president of Hospice of Huntsville and previously served as vice president for Outpatient Services at Huntsville Hospital.

Mr. Baggette represents clients in the area of business planning, which includes the formation, acquisition and sale of business entities such as corporations and limited liability companies. He also represents banks and real estate developers in financing, acquisition, and sale of commercial properties and condominium developments.

Mr. Little’s legal practice involves business planning, litigation and real estate law. He serves on the Connect Advisory Council for Leadership Huntsville/Madison County.

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