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Thank you for your reply.This is going to be a potential Stark issue, it comes under the new ancillary services for office staffing exception. So you could legally provide laboratory management and staffing to doctors without violating the Stark provisions. As long as you are providing an actual service to the doctor for their ancillary services, you could do this.
If you are in NYC, you will likely need an employment agency license, but your company can provide the staffing still (with the NYC license if you are in NYC) to the labs that you are setting up.
The NY law on corporations or LLC is that they can perform any business that can lawfully performed in NY or the US. So you can run multiple businesses out of one business.
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I am afraid that preparing agreements is considered representation and that is forbidden by state laws and also under site policy. We can provide information to customers, but cannot engage in any representation, that is beyond the scope of what we are allowed to do. I apologize for that, but you would need to get a local attorney to do those agreements for you.