A risk-free consultation is a chance to discuss your situation transparently with our attorneys. We listen and assess how we can help. Consultations range from 15 minutes for narrow issues to over an hour for extensive matters.
We recognize issues like investigations require rapid response. We strive to provide emergency consultations within 24 hours. Our defense kicks into high gear right away.
Yes, we help businesses proactively by guiding formation, licensing applications, regulatory nuances, and avoiding early missteps. Starting out compliantly saves future headaches.
Absolutely. We leverage deep trial experience to handle civil lawsuits ranging from breach of contract disputes to whistleblower lawsuits brought under the False Claims Act.
Our expertise equips clients to implement robust compliance programs, self-disclosure protocols and corrective actions where warranted. An ounce of regulatory prevention is invaluable.
Subpoenas may require the recipient to produce documents or testify, and they are typically delivered in-person. Your response can shape what happens next. We help clients safely navigate these critical steps.
Yes, a CID is a type of subpoena. It is important to limit the investigation and prevent missteps. Our insider knowledge help control the narrative and scope.
Government investigations involve a number of “collateral” consequences, including potential debarment and exclusion. We know how to protect you and your license.
Our litigation expertise spans government enforcement cases, False Claims Act/whistleblower suits, breach of contract claims, business disputes, employment litigation, and more.
We advise clients on when litigation is the right approach versus alternatives like settlement or mediation. If negotiating fails, our seasoned trial attorneys have the experience needed to build strong cases.
Our deep litigation expertise - including past trial victories - often compels opposing parties to offer reasonable pre-trial settlements. We know how to demonstrate willingness to go the distance.
Yes. Our litigators are licensed across various jurisdictions and have extensive experience coordinating multi-state cases involving clients with operations across different regions.
We help pharmacies fight back against improper PBM audits and clawbacks. By exposing flawed audit practices, we aim to have funds returned and prevent future unfair targeting.
Our former DEA expert helps pharmacies implement robust controlled substance monitoring programs that ensure full compliance with complex DEA regulations.
We represent pharmacies facing license disciplinary actions or at risk of suspension/revocation. This spans guiding responses to complaints, settlements and hearings. Preventing license loss is critical.
Having robust internal audit capabilities helps prevent minor issues from becoming major regulatory problems. We guide clients on building gold-standard programs tailored to their operations.
We absolutely can. Our team assists with navigating strict accreditation and regulatory requirements around complex specialty services related to oncology, HIV, MS and more.
We advise pharmacies on developing HIPAA-compliant policies and procedures around protected health information (PHI). This includes guidance on privacy, security and data breach incident response.
We help physicians respond strategically to Medicare audits and payment recoupment threats. This spans gathering documentation, formulating rebuttals, and appealing adverse determinations to remove unfair penalties.
Yes, we help physicians and mid-level practitioners comply with evolving rules and regulations around supervision and scope. Let us help you identify opportunities around health care extenders.
Yes, we negotiate and review payor network contracts and reimbursement rates to ensure compliance to applicable laws and protect providers against lopsided demands. Let us level the playing field.
We guide private practices on business structure, billing and coding, value-based care arrangements, healthcare regulatory nuances, and avoiding missteps as practices scale. We aim to empower physician independence.
Numerous federal and state regulations cover in-office dispensing of pharmaceuticals and ordering/handling controlled substances. We ensure physicians remain compliant across evolving oversight.
If structured properly, Management Services Organizations (MSOs) can help physician practices optimize business operations. We advise on MSO opportunities/risks and craft compliant agreements.
Yes - we review data policies and safeguards to avoid substantial HIPAA penalties. This spans guidance on breach response protocols, managing vendors, and tailoring compliance programs to your practice's needs.
Yes, our attorneys have experience handling a wide range of corporate transactions, including MSOs, asset sales and other more complex structures. We know how to get deals done efficiently.
Yes, the concept of asset protection is very complicated, but our attorneys know which laws are the most favorable. We can help you understand the limitations and advantages to each approach.
Key telehealth regulations span practitioner licensure, modality requirements, informed consent, HIPAA compliance and reimbursement rules. We help clients navigate these complex requirements.
Our attorneys advise on navigating regulations around cross-state care delivery, establishing provider networks, and integrating telehealth across clinical workflows - enabling wider patient access.
We counsel clients on mitigating key telehealth fraud risks like improper incentives, misrepresented patient encounters, unlicensed staff, and violations of Anti-Kickback/Stark Laws. Proactive compliance is key.