Current representation includes, over 100 health care providers, including physicians, physical therapists, chiropractors, dentists, medical billing companies, ambulatory center and diagnostic testing facilities.
Mr. Giampetro was a member of the Practitioner Faculty at Johns Hopkins University, Carey Business School, and participated on the Hopkins Business of Medicine curriculum committee.
Articles & Publications
The Application of IRC 409A to Physician Separation Pay; Physician Organizations Newsletter Spring 2006, American Health Lawyers Association.
IRC 409A Restrictions on Physician Separation Pay; Physician Organizations Newsletter February 2008, American Health Lawyers Association
Physicians: Be careful to bill for services you have a right to claim; Baltimore Business Journal – May 31, 2004.
Administrative Charges; Maryland MGMA Medi-News, July/August 2004.
Representing Physician Handbook; author of chapter “Formation and Operation of Medical Practices.”; American Health Lawyers Association 2006
The Business of Healthcare; author of chapter “The Logistics of Joining and Leaving a Physician Practice”; Praeger, 2008
Representing Physician Handbook, Second, Third and Fourth Editions; co-author of chapter “Tax Consequences Resulting from Choice of Entity”; American Health Lawyers Association.
J.D., Widener University School of Law, 1975;
LL.M. in Taxation, Temple University School of Law, 1978
MBA, Business of Medicine; Johns Hopkins University; 2003.
State & Federal Bars
United States Tax Court