Press Release

Haynes Boone Recruits Accomplished Healthcare, Technology Partner Randy Peak

August 02, 2021
Randy Peak
Haynes and Boone, LLP has added healthcare, technology and business lawyer Randy Peak as a partner in the firm’s healthcare and business practices. Peak joins the firm’s Dallas office from DLA Piper LLP, where he represented healthcare, life sciences and technology clients both in Texas and nationally.

Peak has served as a practical and strategic legal advisor in the healthcare, life sciences and technology sectors for decades, leveraging his extensive industry background and multidisciplinary experience as he counsels and represents clients ranging from multinational Fortune 100 enterprises to start-ups on a broad range of healthcare regulatory compliance and transactional matters. He routinely counsels clients on matters relating to fraud and abuse prohibitions, healthcare privacy, telemedicine, revenue cycle management, healthcare related licensing, outsourcing, strategic affiliations, and compliance with state corporate practice of medicine laws. Peak’s healthcare industry experience also includes serving as general counsel for a nationally recognized independent academic health system and deputy general counsel for one of the country’s largest healthcare supply chain, clinical consulting, and technology services organizations. In the technology sector, Peak’s in-house experience includes representing a global provider of software and technology where he negotiated numerous multi-million dollar commercial technology transactions worldwide.

Peak’s clients include hospitals and health systems, physician groups, urgent care clinics, medical spas, health and wellness providers, clinical labs, AI and emerging healthcare technology companies, digital health vendors, healthcare data and analytics companies, healthcare supply chain distributors, medical device manufacturers, group purchasing organizations, health benefit management vendors, retailers, senior and assisted living real estate developers, clinical research organizations, financial institutions, revenue cycle management service providers, private equity investors and portfolio companies, and joint ventures.

“Clients value Randy’s strategic guidance because of his exceptionally broad and sophisticated understanding of the legal, commercial, and technological complexities of the healthcare industry,” said Haynes Boone Partner Bill Morrison, co-chair of the firm’s Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice Group. “He keenly understands the business objectives of his clients, as well as the challenges and opportunities they face with technology innovations. We are pleased to have him as an addition to our team.”

Peak received his law degree from Pepperdine University School of law and holds undergraduate degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Texas at Dallas.

Peak said he has long admired Haynes Boone, having first worked with the firm as a client where he was immediately impressed with the firm’s approach to providing cost-effective sophisticated and practical legal advice. He added, “I am delighted to be teaming with such well-respected colleagues in growing the next generation of healthcare and technology practices such as the firm’s Precision Medicine and Digital Health Practice Group.”

Haynes Boone’s Healthcare, Life Sciences and Pharmaceuticals Practice Groups work with clients across all sectors of the diverse healthcare industry to address their legal needs, including business transactions, regulatory compliance, government investigations, and patent litigation and counseling. The firm’s Precision Medicine and Digital Health team provides full-service counsel to technology startups, established corporations, health insurers, pharmaceuticals, and investors supporting the industry. It draws on the firm’s highly regarded healthcare, life sciences, technology and intellectual property experience to address trends in evolving markets, cutting-edge advances in technology, and legal and regulatory changes.

Note: The following publications reported on Peak's move to the firm:

The Texas Lawbook



Thomson Reuters Westlaw: The Daily Docket

Bloomberg Law