Andrew L. Plattner

Member

Phoenix, Arizona

Phone: 480.624.2727

Fax: 480.624.2029

aplattner@shermanhoward.com

Education

  • Juris Doctor and Health Law Certificate, DePaul University College of Law, 1998
    • Business Editor, Journal of Health Care Law
  • Master of Public Health, Tulane University School of Public Health, 1994
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Arizona, 1992

Andrew Plattner is a member in Sherman & Howard’s Scottsdale office. His practice focuses on matters related to trusts and estates planning and corporate and transactional law.

Experience

  • Advises physicians, group practices, medical clinics and ambulatory surgical centers on corporate and business transactions, on the impact of Medicare regulations, Stark Law and the Anti-kickback Statute, and on the practice of medicine in Arizona and nationally.
  • Counsels entities and individuals on corporate and business transactions, including the formation and taxation of business corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, preparation of bylaws, stock restriction agreements, operating agreements and leases.
  • Advises business owners and professionals on tax and estate planning strategies, including family gifting and business succession planning.
  • Negotiates and drafts the appropriate documentation for the sale and purchases of various Arizona and out-of-state businesses.

Publications & Presentations

PUBLICATIONS

 

PRESENTATIONS

  • HEAT Forum Panel
    AZ Business Magazine Event | October 2016
  • Health Care of the Future Panel
    Phoenix Business Journal Event | June 2014
  • Health Care Providers and the Law: What Non-Health Care Lawyers Need to Know When Structuring Transactions
    State Bar of Arizona Business Law Section | May 2014

Professional Activities

  • Arizona Association
  • American Bar Association
  • American Health Lawyers Association
  • Association of Health Care Attorneys

 

CIVIC ACTIVITIES

Highlights

  • Arizona Business Magazine, Finalist, Healthcare Leadership Award – Legal Advocate (2016)