Health Law - Litigation

Our Health Law Group has an extensive track record of success defending physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, and other medical clinicians, as well as hospitals and medical groups in medical malpractice claims in state and federal courts, and through alternative dispute resolution. We represent healthcare clients in business and professional disputes. We represent physicians and other healthcare clinicians before their respective professional licensing boards. The Health Law Group guides clients through responding to investigations by federal and state governmental entities, including the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Department of Justice and state Attorney General offices, including investigations into alleged healthcare fraud and medical billing issues. The Group has extensive experience representing hospitals, clinics, physician practices, nursing homes, and medical device manufacturers before state and federal courts, the MCAD and the EEOC in labor and employment disputes, including defense of wrongful termination claims, breach of contract allegations, as well as discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims. The Group also represents clients with unionized workforces in defending grievance and arbitration claims, unfair labor practice charges and in collective bargaining negotiations and strategies.

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