Lisa Genecov is a Partner and the Head of Healthcare Transactional, Dallas for Norton Rose Fulbright. With 30 years of experience, she has built a practice focused on providing legal services to the health care industry. She devotes her practice to the regulatory, business, corporate, governance, compliance, M&A and transactional aspects of health care law. For nearly twenty years, Lisa served as an attorney and Partner at Locke Lord LLP in Dallas.
She advises clients on transaction structures, implementation matters, compliance obligations and strategic opportunities under the Affordable Care Act and related healthcare laws and regulations. She also regularly advises the boards of health care entities on governance issues.
Lisa counsels various hospitals and health systems, medical groups and other health care providers in both regulatory matters as well as business transactions, including: acquisitions and divestitures of hospitals, ancillary service lines and medical practices; co-management and service line management arrangements; the development and formation of accountable care organizations, clinically integrated networks and physician/hospital/payor alignment strategies; physician and hospital contracting, physician employment and recruitment issues; physician practice management and management services agreements; corporate practice of medicine and fee splitting issues; as well as advising on fraud and abuse and Stark Law compliance, tax-exempt and antitrust issues, and licensure and CHOW matters.
Lisa has been recognized and included for many years in the prestigious Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business rankings for health lawyers, as well as the Best Lawyers in America for Health Care, Texas Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers in Dallas, and was the only private law firm lawyer selected by the Dallas Business Journal for inclusion in its 2013 “Who’s Who in Health Care” edition.
Lisa is heavily involved in her field, acting as a member in the American Health Lawyers Association, the Texas, Dallas, and American Bar Associations, and the Women Business Leaders of the U.S. Healthcare Industry Foundation. In addition, she has served as a Past Chair of the Editorial Board of the e-Source, the Diversity Coordinating Committee of the ABA Health Law Section, and the Business and Transactions Interest Group of the American Bar Association. She currently serves as the Co-Chair of the Norton Rose Fulbright Annual Healthcare Private Equity Conference and is a Co-Founder of the Center for Women in Law.