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Rex assists Barclay Damon’s Health & Human Services Providers Team and Corporate Practice Area attorneys with a wide range of matters, including mergers and acquisitions, not-for-profit formation and governance, applications for tax-exempt status, drafting various commercial agreements, compliance and regulatory affairs, HIPAA policies, and insurance audits and reimbursement disputes.

During Rex’s nearly ten years with a large Boston-based health care technology company, he worked with physicians’ practices to improve operational efficiency, streamline revenue cycle operations, and adopt value-based payment models. His operational experience in health care IT gives him a valuable perspective in his approach to the legal concerns of health care clients, and his experience working for a large technology firm influences his corporate work.

Bar Associations

  • Bar Association of Erie County
  • New York State Bar Association

Selected Memberships & Affiliations

  • St. Thomas More Guild of Western New York, Member

Prior Experience

  • athenahealth, Inc., Manager, Customer Success Management

Selected Community Activities

  • Graycliff Conservancy, Board Member
  • Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute, Young Professional Member
  • The Mayhew Program, Annual Volunteer
  • Northport Volunteer Fire Department, Former Volunteer Fire Fighter

Selected Honors

  • American Bar Association Client Counseling Competition, Regional Semifinalist, 2021

Featured Media


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NYS Public Service Commission Formally Initiates Proceeding to Establish What Constitutes "Zero Emission" Under the CLCPA


NYS Appellate Court Dismisses Common Law Claims Against Contractor for Injuries Sustained by "Special Employee"


Child Victim Act Complaint Dismissed for Failure to Sufficiently Allege Special Duty

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