Tommy Johnson is a business and health care lawyer at Boyce Law Firm. He represents companies of all sizes—from start-ups to large companies—in corporate matters, including commercial contracting, corporate transactions, corporate governance, real estate, and finance transactions.
As a part of his health care practice, Tommy represents hospitals, clinics, behavioral health care facilities, health care technology companies, physicians and mid-level practitioners on various aspects of health care law.
Tommy believes and takes pride in a “value-add” approach to representing clients, and brings a strong background in business and finance that allow him to add an additional layer of value through a transaction or case.
Please visit Tommy’s health care blog posts at http://www.boycehealthlawobserver.com
Business and Corporate Law
• Entity formation and corporate governance;
• Operating Agreements, buy-sell agreement, and shareholder agreements;
• Corporate transactions;
• Commercial contracts;
• Debtor/creditor law;
• Real Estate;
• Business Succession Planning;
• Non-profit law;
• Commercial litigation.
• HIPAA/HITECH regulatory guidance, including structuring data privacy programs, conducting data breach investigations, and drafting and negotiating business associate agreements;
• Health care compliance and transactions;
• Behavioral health care law;
• Facility and practitioner licensing;
• State and Federal Courts in South Dakota
J.D., University of Minnesota Law School (2013), magna cum laude
B.S.,B.S., South Dakota State University (2010), summa cum laude
• degrees in Mathematics and Economics
Professional and Community
- Second Circuit Bar Association
- American Bar Association – Young Lawyers Division
- American Health Lawyers Association
- Sioux Falls Young Professionals Network
- Junior Achievement of South Dakota
- Sioux Empire Adult Amateur Hockey League
Publications and Presentations
- Physician Compensation Arrangements – Midwest Medical Edition (Sept/Oct 2015)
- Employment Law – Documentation and Discipline (2015)