Matthew Agnew is special counsel in the Corporate Practice Group in the firm's Dallas office. 

Areas of Practice

Matthew Agnew designs, implements, and closes health care deals through a creative, industry-focused problem-solving approach calculated to comply with the law while leaving room for business growth. 

Matthew’s practice focuses on advising healthcare providers, investors, and industry groups on transactional and regulatory matters. Matthew helps healthcare companies buy, sell, or reorganize their businesses or enter into joint venture relationships with others in the industry. His experience includes leading healthcare transactions and counseling on health care regulatory matters, including the federal Stark Law and state self-referral prohibitions, the federal anti-kickback statutes, corporate practice of medicine doctrine, and fee-splitting statutes. 

In the health care industry, where the regulatory environment is ever-changing, Matthew understands the importance of navigating clients through the complex regulatory landscape with an appreciation for business solutions that are both practical and timely. His business-oriented perspective on health care issues sets his representation apart from the traditional “yes” or “no” attorney—as clients know that most health care issues require creativity far from black-and-white answers. Matthew acknowledges the immediacy of his client’s needs and provides them with around-the-clock access and service. 

Matthew routinely writes and lectures on matters of importance to healthcare providers and investors. Matthew is an active member of the American Health Lawyers Association, American Bar Association (Health Law Section), the State Bar of Texas (Health Law Sections), and the American College of Healthcare Executives.




J.D., University of Kansas, 2013

B.A., Wichita State University, 2010


  • Texas
  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas
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