FisherBroyles and the Law Firm 2.0® Business Model it Created was Cited by The American Lawyer as “A Growing Threat to Big Law”

April 26th, 2017|FisherBroyles News|

Stay-at-Home-Rainmakers: A Growing Threat to Big Law Cloud-based law firms still face skepticism from some pockets of the legal market. But there are signs that they are becoming stiffer competition for Big Law. View the [...]

FisherBroyles Partner, Geoffrey Goodale, chosen to participate in a roundtable discussion on sanctions compliance and enforcement developments, published in the April 2017 issue of Financier Worldwide

April 26th, 2017|Financial Institutions, FisherBroyles News|

Geoffrey Goodale, a Partner in the Washington, DC office of FisherBroyles and Co-Chair of the ABA Section of International Law’s Export Controls and Economic Sanctions Committee, was one of several top experts chosen to participate [...]

Former WellCare Executives Agree to Restitution and Civil Payments $ 26 million settlement wraps up Medicaid fraud case

April 20th, 2017|Health Care|

In 2013, two former WellCare Health Plans Inc. executives (WellCare) were found guilty of health care fraud for their parts in devising and carrying out a fraudulent scheme that deceived the Florida Agency for Health [...]

Earnouts: Bridging the Valuation Gap in Mergers and Acquisitions

April 11th, 2017|Corporate Law, FisherBroyles News|

An earnout is a mechanism used in business acquisitions that allows seller to receive additional post-closing payments over time depending on the performance of the company, business unit or asset transferred to buyer (the “Acquired [...]