Daniel Mayer has a niche practice providing services and resources to healthcare and mental health practitioners, effectively operating as an outside counsel to practitioners in a heavily regulated industry. This is a vital service area that is getting a lot of attention these days, for a number of different reasons (not all of which are good), but Daniel provides a much-needed legal underpinning to assist and support the people on the front lines delivering these services to these communities.
We discuss the circuitous route that Daniel took to arrive at this particular practice, the value – and challenges – of positioning yourself in an underserved or niche space when you are a solo practitioner, and how mental health will actually be relevant to every lawyer, at some point in their career.
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