Matthew W. Odgers

Matthew W. Odgers

Odgers Law Group, San Diego Business and Health Care Lawyer
  • Business Law, Health Care Law
  • California
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Summary

I am a San Diego Business Lawyer who focuses on working with Dentists, Physicians, and Entrepreneurs form, buy, run, and sell their small to medium size businesses.

Practice Areas
  • Business Law
  • Health Care Law
Fees
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Odgers Law Group
- Current
Education
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
J.D. / Law (2012)
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Honors: Pro Bono Honors
Purdue University - Purdue University
B.A. / Political Science (2006)
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Awards
2017 San Diego Rising Stars
Superlawyers
The 2017 San Diego Rising Stars list is an honor reserved for those lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice. Only 2.5% of attorneys in San Diego receive this distinction.
Best of Bar
San Diego Business Journal
Nominated Top Attorneys 2015 -Corporate Transactional
San Diego Daily Transcript
Best Young Attorney
San Diego Daily Transcript
Professional Associations
North County Chamber of Commerce Emerging Leaders
Board Member
- Current
State Bar of California # 290722
Member
- Current
Wealth Counsel
Member
- Current
San Diego County Bar Association
Member
- Current
ABA YLD Health Care Law Committee
Vice Chair
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Significance of a Pre-Incorporation Agreement
Odgers Law Group Blog
What is the Difference between a Will and Trust?
Odgers Law Group
Asset purchase versus stock purchase in dental practice purchases
http://www.dentistryiq.com/
Understanding the California LLC Tax
Odgers Law Group
Opening a Dental Office in California
Odgers Law Group
Corporate Practice of Dentistry (DSO's)
Odgers Law Group
Estate Planning when Death is Eminent
Odgers Law Group
Why have a buy sell?
Odgers Law Group
What is a Deadlock Provision?
Odgers Law Group
Are You Considering Partnering With Another Doctor/Dentist?
Odgers Law Group
Understanding the California General Partnership
Odgers Law Group
HIPAA Privacy Rules Explained and Types of HIPAA Violations
Odgers Law Group
Shareholders and Shares for Your Private Business
Odgers Law Group
Naming a Guardian for Minor Children
Odgers Law Group
What Is Stark Law and How Does it Affect a Physician’s Practice?
Odgers Law Group
California LLC Maintenance Checklist
Odgers Law Group
How to Revive a Suspended LLC in California
Odgers Law Group
Statute of Frauds- California Contract Rules
Odgers Law Group
What is the difference between a multi member and single member California LLC?
Odgers Law Group Blog
California Real Estate LLC
Odgers Law Group Blog
Filing your California LLC’s Articles of Organization
Odgers Law Group Blog
How to Dissolve a Corporation in California
Odgers Law Group Blog
Intellectual Property Protection – Everything You Need to Know
Odgers Law Group Blog
Setting up a California Corporation
Odgers Law Group Blog
How to Form a California LLC
Odgers Law Group Blog
Hiring a Dentist: Employee or Independent Contractor?
Odgers Law Group Blog
Buying a Dental Practice in San DIego
Odgers Law Group Blog
How to Choose a Business Name
Odgers Law Group Blog
What is Trademark Protection?
Odgers Law Group Blog
How to start a business in San Diego
Odgers Law Group Blog
Speaking Engagements
Steps to Purchasing a Dental Practice, VA San Diego Healthcare System, La Jolla, California
VA San Diego Healthcare System
Spoke to a group of resident dentists about the legal steps involved in purchasing a private practice.
Certifications
Certificate of Achievement- 750 pro bono hours
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Certificate in Global Studies
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Websites & Blogs
Website
Odgers Law Group
Blog
San Diego Business Law Blog
Blog
Dental Attorney
Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered

Q. I am purchasing a small business in South Carolina, if I feel confident I do the paperwork right, do we need a lawyer?
A: While I am not a South Carolina Lawyer, I generally recommend at the very least speaking with a business attorney for an initial consultation. Depending on the type of business and type of sale there may be certain reporting requirements or disclosure that need to be made. The two major benefits are protecting you against any unintended liability and getting the best deal possible. When you negotiate on your own behalf it is hard to know when to give and when to take. An attorney who negotiates on your behalf can test the water with the opposing counsel or buyer, then make strategic decisions in getting you the best deal possible.
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Contact & Map
Attorney
13400 Sabre Springs Pkwy #275
San Diego, CA 92128
USA
Telephone: (858) 869-1114
Fax: (619) 362-9593