Clark Hill Adds James Stafford III to Healthcare Practice
Clark Hill announced today that James Stafford III has joined the firm as a Member of its Healthcare practice group in Dallas.
Stafford counsels dental and physician practice owners in all aspects of healthcare regulations and business ownership. His practice also includes a diverse range of business litigation and transactional matters.
“I’m very excited for the opportunity to grow my practice with Clark Hill,” Stafford said. “The firm’s growing network in Texas appealed greatly to me, and I look forward to contributing to that momentum.”
Stafford also assists clients with HIPAA compliance, employment, and real estate matters. Outside of his healthcare practice, he serves as a JAG officer for the U.S. Army Reserves.
“We are thrilled James has brought his skill and knowledge to our expanding Clark Hill healthcare practice group, and I look forward to working with him in the Dallas office,” said Healthcare Business Unit Leader Laura O’Hara.
“James is a tremendous addition to our healthcare team,” said Healthcare Business Unit Director Lara Forde. “His personal experience with individual and group practice counseling will enhance what we can offer to clients.”
Stafford earned his law degree from Southern Methodist University Dedman Law School. Prior to launching his legal career, Stafford served as Band Director for the Dallas Independent School District.
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