University of California, Los Angeles, B.A., 1992
Loyola Law School, J.D., 1995
Seton Hall University, School of Law, Graduate Certificate in Health and Hospital Law, 2012
- 1995, California
Sandi Krul is a Partner in Hooper, Lundy & Bookman’s corporate transactional department, where she advises hospitals and other health care providers and suppliers on business, and real estate and general corporate transactions, including acquisitions and dispositions, leasing, HUD and other financing, physician-hospital affiliations, joint venture arrangements, management services arrangements, as well as fraud and abuse, corporate practice of medicine and other regulatory issues arising in connection with business transactions. She is also co-chair of the firm's Diversity Committee and a member of the firm's Fraud & Abuse Practice Group.
Mrs. Krul has represented clients ranging from publicly traded corporations, governmental entities and non-profit corporations, to closely held corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships and individual physicians and investors, and she is skilled in negotiating and precisely drafting a broad range of contracts that conform to legal requirements and clearly define expectations while protecting the interests of her clients. Prior to broadening her practice into healthcare, she specialized in real estate law, with an expertise in leasing and real property purchase and sale transactions, and often advises clients on real estate issues that arise during mergers and acquisitions.
- American Health Lawyers Association, Vice Chair of Real Estate Affinity Group
- California Society for Health Care Attorneys
- Los Angeles County Bar Association (Health Law and Real Property Sections)
- Women in Health Administration, Board Member and Membership Chair (Southern California)
- Vital Options International, former Board Member
Presentations & Speaking Engagements
- Co-Presenter, The Health Care Real Estate Toolkit Version 2.0: Timeshare, Holdovers, Qui Tam Dangers, and Other Real Estate “Hot Topics” for 2016 (Webinar), American Health Lawyers Association, February 2016
- Guest Lecturer, Fundamentals of Health Law and Compliance (Corporate Law, Corporate Practice of Medicine and Tax Exemption), UCLA School of Public Health, February 2014
- February 22, 2017
- January 4, 2017
- December 14, 2016
- January 29, 2016
- December 17, 2015
- October 10, 2014
- Representing Hospitals and Health Systems Handbook, Author (Chapter 38 – Real Estate Issues, AHLA (First Edition) 2016
- Anti-Discrimination Considerations for Employer-Based Wellness Programs - Existing Law and New Proposed Regulations and Guidance, Author, Health Law Perspectives, Vol. 17, No. 5, June 2015
- Navigating Due Diligence in Health Care Transactions: Sensitive Information and Pitfalls, Co-Author, Business Law News, Issue Number 2 (2015)
- Navigating Due Diligence: Sensitive Information and Pitfalls, Co-Author, Compliance Today, Health Care Compliance Association, April 2015
- OIG Signals Flexibility for Evolving Healthcare Reform Initiatives, Co-Author, Health Law Perspectives, Vol. 16, No. 9, October 2014
- 2014 Update to California Physician's Legal Handbook chapter on Fraud and Abuse: Referral Issues (co-author).
- Co-Management Agreements: Improving Quality and Value Through Clinical Integration (co-author with Charles Oppenheim), Bloomberg BNA's Health Law Reporter (23 HLR 14), April 3, 2014
- Clinical Co-Management Arrangements: The OIG Speaks (co-author with Charles Oppenheim), Compliance Today, Health Care Compliance Association, May 2013
- OIG Issues First Advisory on Physician/Hospital Co-Management Arrangements, W. Bradley Tully and Sandi Krul, Health Law Perspectives, Vol 15, No.1, February 2013.