Samer provides experienced counsel on formation of entities and complex business transactions for healthcare providers.
Samer is a native of Southeast Texas with an extensive professional history in government, administrative and healthcare law. He hails from a family of physicians and followed that same path, having pursued a career in medicine at University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston after graduating from Southern Methodist University with a Biochemistry/Mathematics degree. Samer is a published scientist having studied and developed organic compounds intended to thwart penicillin-resistant bacteria.
Samer developed a passion for healthcare law and regulation while in medical school, and thereafter pursued a law degree at Southern Methodist University Dedman College of Law. Upon graduating, Samer returned to his native Southeast Texas to advise municipal corporations during a period of petrochemical refinery expansion, having negotiated complex industrial district agreements that brought liquified natural gas plants into the Texas/Louisiana border region. Additionally, Samer advised healthcare entities on mergers and acquisitions during a period of transformative change in healthcare regulation brought forth by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Samer merges those talents at Massingill and specializes in advising clients on formation of business organizations, complex business transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and healthcare regulation.