Segal P.A., Mike

 “a very effective advocate for his clients.” – Chambers USA, 2015

Mike Segal serves as Co-Chairperson of the Firm’s Health Law Practice Group.

Segal has been practicing with Broad and Cassel for more than 40 years.

Throughout his legal career, Segal has practiced in a business management environment. Over 20 years, he has spent considerable time in the representation of large single specialty and multi-specialty physician groups.

“very thorough and efficient in his dealings” – Chambers USA, 2016

He also has significant experience in structuring all varieties of joint venture transactions, keeping in mind the various regulatory issues.

Additionally, he acts as general and special counsel to both hospitals and large medical groups.

Segal is a frequent presenter on health care law. He has recently presented on Accountable Care Organizations, Clinical Integration and all things Health Care Reform to many medical associations throughout the state. He has also previously presented on Medical Malpractice at conferences across the United States and Canada.

 “great at putting together large physician group practices.” – Chambers USA, 2016

He is a certified American Health Lawyer Association Dispute Resolver, a designation that qualifies him to serve as a mediator and arbitrator in forums for alternative dispute resolution.

Segal is an AV Preeminent® rated attorney with Martindale-Hubbell and annually receives numerous recognitions, including: “Florida Super Lawyer,” Woodward and White’s “Best Lawyers in America” for thirteen consecutive years, “Florida Legal Elite” in Florida Trend Magazine, “Top Attorney” in healthcare by the South Florida Legal Guide and in the Expert Guide. He was named among the region’s Top 100 Power Leaders in Health Care by the South Florida Business Journal in 2013. Segal received the highest ranking possible for a healthcare attorney in Chambers USA: A Guide to America’s Leading Business Lawyers, 2009-2017.

“He understands more quickly than almost anybody I’ve ever dealt with what the major issues are. He can provide a quick answer on something that might take somebody else days to look at.” – Chambers USA, 2017

Segal recently coauthored, “ACO’s: A Work in Progress”, published by The Florida Bar, and an issue of The Journal of Medical Practice Management, featured an article by Segal, “The Quality/Cost Initiative of PPACA-An Evolution in Healthcare Delivery”. In 2011, he coauthored an article featured on ABA Health eSource, through the ABA’s Health Law Section, “It’s all in the Math: Financial Mechanisms, Structures and Questions Under the Accountable Care Organization Proposed Regulations.” Segal is an officer and board member of several charitable organizations.

Bar Membership



New York University School of Law
New York, New York, 1971
LL.M., Taxation

University of Florida Levin College of Law
Gainesville, Florida, 1969
J.D., Juris Doctor

University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida, 1967
B.A., Bachelor of Arts


The Florida Bar
Member, Health Law Section

Medical Group Management Association

American Bar Association
Member, Health Law Section

American Health Lawyers Association
Member, Certified Alternative Dispute Resolver

Accreditations and Certifications

Certified Alternative Dispute Resolver, American Health Lawyer Association

AV Preeminent® Peer Review Rating with Martindale-Hubbell

Chambers USA: A Guide to America’s Leading Business Lawyers – Healthcare attorney, 2005 – 2018

“The Best Lawyers in America®” for Health Care law, 2006 – 2018

“Florida Super Lawyer” by Super Lawyers magazine, 2006 – 2014, 2016, 2017

“Best Lawyers in America®” the 2016 Miami Health Care Law Lawyer of the Year

“Best of the Best USA” by ExpertGuides in Healthcare , 2016

Client Choice Awards for Healthcare & Life Sciences, 2013

2013 Top 100 Power Leaders in Health Care by the South Florida Business Journal

“Florida Legal Elite” by Florida Trend magazine in Health, 2008 & 2009

“Top Lawyer” in Health Care by the South Florida Legal Guide  

Expert in the “Guide to the Leading US Healthcare Lawyers”

“Chapter 3: Medicare Certified Accountable Care Organizations”

“It’s all in the Math: Financial Mechanisms, Structures and Questions Under the Accountable Care Organization Proposed Regulations”

“OIG Issues Opinion Allowing Hospitals to Pay Physicians for On-Call Emergency Room Services”

“Why and How to Form a Megagroup”

“The 2009 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule – More Problems for Physicians”

“Understanding Group Practice Compensation Arrangements: How to Drive Yourself “Stark” Raving Mad!”

“Legal Perspective Arbitration: Often Efficient, Economical and Effective”

“The Importance of Integration in a “Group Practice