Oberman Law Firm



Joshua Bishop enjoys focusing his practice on corporate mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Bishop has extensive experience representing seller groups in corporate dental transactions and also regularly counsels dental enterprises in the beginning stages of forming a dental service organization (DSO). He has represented dental, veterinary and other healthcare providers through every stage of the corporate lifecycle, from legal formation to acquisition, to exit. Mr. Bishop’s clients rely heavily on him for sound legal counsel, committed deal negotiation, precise internal corporate formalities and documents, and strong mitigation of legal risk. Mr. Bishop consistently transacts upwards of $100 Million in acquisitions each year. He enjoys earning his clients’ trust through exactness and thoroughness with every matter entrusted to him.

Joshua “Josh” Bishop




State Bar of Texas


Juris Doctorate, J. Reuben Clark School of Law at Brigham Young University
Bachelor of Science, Psychology (Minor: Political Science) at Brigham Young University

Practice Areas

Mergers & Acquisitions, Complex Corporate Transactions (including dental and veterinary transactions), DSO’s, VSO’s, Joint Ventures, Entity Formations, Regulatory Compliance, Employment Law, Partner & Associate Buy-Ins, Commercial Transactions, Real Estate Leases & Transactions, Healthcare Compliance, Corporate Governance and Risk Management.

  • A Brief Legal Guide to Purchasing Dental Real Estate, North Texas Dentistry Vol. 8, Issue 4 (2018)
  • Standing in for the State: Defending Ballot Initiatives in Federal Court Challenges, 2015 BYU L. Rev. 121 (2015).
  • The Differential Effectiveness of Survey Recruiting Methods, 10 Intuition 18 (2013).

  • Dallas Bar Association
  • J. Reuben Clark Law Society, Texas Dallas Chapter

  • Member of the Business Law, Corporate Counsel, and Health Law Sections of the State Bar of Texas
  • Member of the American Bar Association
  • Member of the Business Law and Health Law Sections of the American Bar Association