RICHMOND, Va. (August 12, 2021) – Sands Anderson PC today announced William “Scott” Daisley, III, a healthcare lawyer, has joined the Firm as an Associate. Daisley provides healthcare providers proactive legal advice on regulatory and administrative law matters and will be based in Sands Anderson’s Williamsburg office.
As a healthcare lawyer, Daisley counsels long-term care providers, hospitals and hospital systems, physicians and physician groups, and other healthcare organizations on the regulatory and administrative law issues that impact their businesses. Daisley’s experience extends to regulatory certification surveys, Certificates of Public Need, insurance reimbursement matters, and Virginia DHP investigations.
“Scott’s regulatory and administrative experience nicely complements the counsel our lawyers have provided to those in the healthcare industry for decades,” said firm president Margaret F. Hardy. “We are delighted that he is embarking on the next step of his career at Sands Anderson.”
Daisley joins Nathan C. Mortier who started at Sands Anderson in March of this year, expanding the firm’s Williamsburg office and healthcare regulatory practice. Both Daisley and Mortier practiced previously at Mellette PC. Daisley received his juris doctor from the William & Mary Law School and his bachelor’s degree from College of William & Mary. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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