The behavioral healthcare space has emerged as the dominant economic engine not only across Florida, but the entire nation. Treatment for substance use disorders, mental health concerns, and other behavioral health disorders has become a $42 billion dollar industry (2020) with over 15,000+ private treatment centers nationally. Unlike traditional medical healthcare, the behavioral healthcare space has unique needs when it comes to real estate and zoning, mergers and acquisitions, permitting, licensing, and regulatory compliance matters, as well as legislative and other governmental affairs representation that arise within the constantly evolving space. BMU Law attorneys are highly sought-after to serve the legal needs of Florida’s and the nation’s behavioral healthcare providers, providing its clients access to the firm’s deep well of knowledge and experience, as well as meeting or exceeding our reputation for exemplary client customer service.
Two years of wrangling that included a federal lawsuit between the city of Naples and a nonprofit group that provides housing to homeless veterans...
July 17 2021
Effective, July 1, 2021, Florida Senate Bill 804 (codified as Chapter 2021-128, Laws of Florida) is another successful year of the Palm Beach County...
July 15 2021
Today, June 21, 2021, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed Senate Bill 804 (2021), a bipartisan law proposed by the Palm Beach County Sober Home...
June 21 2021