Munsch Hardt is proud to announce the addition of Ryan Revisore to the Firm’s Health Care practice. Revisore most recently served as Legal Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at Principle Health Systems, where he advised the company on regulatory issues, mergers and acquisitions, and organizational structures. He will join Munsch Hardt’s Houston office on May 24.
“Despite the pandemic last year, it was a major accomplishment for Munsch Hardt to recruit Shareholders Eddy De Los Santos, Stuart Miller and Daniel Sternthal, and Associate Brad Cook, away from Baker Donelson. Then as we entered this year, we were fortunate to land Bill Swart, formerly with Perkins Coie. Together they significantly expanded our now Chambers USA-ranked health care practice,” said Phil C. Appenzeller, Jr., CEO of Munsch Hardt. “Ryan helps us continue to bolster this practice, and brings the unique in-house perspective that is often valued by our clients. We are proud to have him join the Munsch Hardt family.”
Revisore spent nearly a decade providing legal counsel to both small and large organizations. From his start as an associate at a boutique health care firm to managing all legal activities for a company with more than 250 employees, Revisore has become an expert on counseling clients in all areas of health care law.
“Having worked both in-house representing a health care organization and as outside counsel focused on providing guidance to health care providers and facilities, I have witnessed both sides of the organization-attorney relationship and understand the importance of developing a true partnership focused on trust and transparency,” said Revisore. “I’m excited to join a firm like Munsch Hardt that values those same principles, and I look forward to playing my part in continuing to grow the Firm’s Health Care practice.”
Munsch Hardt’s Health Care practice is dedicated to helping innovators, entrepreneurs, and providers (both non-profits and for-profits) pursue opportunities and manage risk through strategic acquisition, regulatory compliance and litigation avoidance.