Todd I. Freeman, CEO

Todd Freeman is a shareholder and chief financial officer of Larkin Hoffman Daly & Lindgren Ltd. and is the head of the personal service corporation group. He practices law in the areas of health, estate and tax planning with a special emphasis on medical and dental practices, closely-held businesses and professional corporations. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Council and a past committee chair of the American Bar Association Tax Section. Mr. Freeman is past president of “The Group,” a national network of health lawyers. He is also a Certified Public Accountant.

Mr. Freeman has authored several articles on medical practices, estate and tax planning that have appeared in national publications such as The Health Care Practitioner, The Tax Advisor, The Practical Accountant and The Practical Tax Lawyer. He regularly participates as a speaker in seminars to numerous groups, including the American Bar Association, American Legal Institute, National Business Institute, Minnesota Medical Association, Minnesota Dental Association, Society of Medical-Dental Consultants and Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants.


Ronald J Waldheger, President

Ron Waldheger is cofounder of Waldheger-Coyne. His practice focuses on the business and contracting structures of private health care providers. He serves as general counsel for numerous clinics and group practices, multi-site physician groups, physician-controlled alternative delivery systems, ambulatory surgery centers, and ancillary services centers.

Ron is a nationally known speaker on structuring healthcare ventures, antitrust, fraud and abuse, the Stark law, and national health care reform. He has chaired the annual Health Law Group Conference in Washington, DC for over 20 Years. He is also Chairman of the Small Business Council of America’s Task Force on Health Care Reform and has been primary draftsman of its position papers. He has testified before Congress and is actively engaged in presenting the providers’ perspective on health care reform to many members of Congress.


James D. Egleston, Vice President

Jim has been a practicing attorney at Waldheger-Coyne in Northeast Ohio since 1994. He has focused his legal career in the area of health care and is an advocate for what he believes to be the most important sector – private practice physicians. To that end, he is active in many regional and national organizations related to the health care industry. Additionally, he is the co-chairman of a national conference of health care attorneys focused on physician issues held annually in Washington D.C. An adjunct to the Washington D.C. conference is physician-focused lobbying through the Small Business Council of America (SBCA).

Typical clients are physicians, physician groups or other health care providers that are developing or expanding physician-oriented health care projects. Current major projects include assisting physicians, hospitals and other health care providers across all practice areas and settings in understanding and responding to the impact of the Health Care Reform Law and, more specifically, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and Electronic Health Record (EHR) initiatives. Other projects range from large physician networks to medical home models, ancillary services and ambulatory surgery centers to large joint ventures involving physicians, hospitals and privately funded national investor groups to traditional physician office practices to. The legal issues involved also cover a broad range of federal and state laws such as the Anti-Kickback Law, the Stark Law, HIPAA, HITECH antitrust law, the myriad of billing rules and regulations as well as general business and tax planning and representation.

Jim graduated from The University of Akron in 1991 with a degree in Business Administration and Finance. He received his Juris Doctor, with distinction, from Ohio Northern University in 1994, and his Masters of Taxation from the University of Akron in 1997.