Meeting the Legal & Government Relations Needs of the Health Care Industry
We believe that the complexity of health care law requires a depth of understanding that goes beyond that commonly found in general practice firms with health care law departments. Such depth can only be achieved through industry specialization and experience. That is why we have dedicated our practice since its inception in 1987, exclusively to understanding the intricacies of the health care industry. As a result, our attorneys and government relations specialists represent providers and suppliers in all aspects of their business and regulatory transactions, litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution needs, as well as advocacy and public policy. The firm has represented clients in many of the landmark appellate cases that have shaped health care law over the past two decades.
Personal Service, Responsiveness
One of the keys to our reputation for excellence is a high level of personal service and responsiveness that is rarely available in larger practices. As a mid-sized firm, we are able to provide our clients with the individual attention needed to develop long-term relationships. At the same time, we are staffed to handle the largest and most complex health care matters.
Comprehensive Client Advocacy
Regardless of the nature of our representation, whether in a governmental administrative proceeding, litigation, arbitration, dispute resolution proceeding, business transaction, or advocating for changes in regulatory policy, our approach is comprehensive. We not only analyze issues of fact and law, but also identify the opportunities and options available to our clients, and then assist them in evaluating and implementing a strategy that most effectively meets their goals. In all cases, we ensure that our clients have the opportunity to make an informed choice, including an analysis of the relative costs and benefits of any given course of action.
We represent clients in all 50 states and have offices in Boston, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.