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Robert W. Lundy, Jr.

Founding Partner


Yale University, B.A., 1972, cum laude

University of California at Los Angeles School of Law, J.D., 1975

Bar Admissions

  • 1975, California

Robert W. Lundy, together with Patric Hooper and Lloyd Bookman, formed the national health care law firm of Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, P.C. in 1987. As the firm’s Chairman of the Board and former Managing Partner, Mr. Lundy has guided Hooper, Lundy & Bookman to its current position as the largest law firm in the country dedicated solely to the representation of health care providers and suppliers.

Mr. Lundy represents the health care industry in business transactions, including joint ventures, private placements, structuring of physician organizations, financings, acquisitions, mergers, integrated delivery systems, accountable care organizations and licensing and certification matters.  He has overseen many of the major health care transactions in California and other states, including the formation of the largest health care system in the State of Hawaii, the sale of more than twenty acute care hospitals in California, formation of a countywide orthopedic joint venture, establishment of the largest physician practice management organization in California, and the sale of the largest home health agency in the Western United States.

Chambers USA has ranked Mr. Lundy as an Eminent practitioner who is “held in high regard for his longstanding industry expertise. He has extensive experience advising clients on a range of transactions, including joint ventures, acquisitions and financings. He is also noted for his licensing capabilities.” One client stated, "Robert Lundy is not only an excellent attorney but an extremely considerate person. He truly cares
about his clients." Another source said he is: "Legendary, a great lawyer and a go-to for major matters." 

Mr. Lundy has served as the Editor of Matthew Bender’s five volume publication entitled Treatise on Health Care Law, a leading national treatise on health care legal issues.  He has also authored numerous chapters and articles on health care legal issues for other publications.

Mr. Lundy graduated from Yale University, cum laude in 1972.  In 1975, he received his J.D. degree from the University of California at Los Angeles School of Law, where he was the recipient of the Distinguished Advocate Award. 

Professional Affiliations

  • American Health Lawyers Association
  • American Heart Association, Chairman of the Board, 2016-2018
  • California Society for Health Care Attorneys, Past President
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association, Former Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Healthcare Law Section
  • Partners-In-Care Foundation, Board Member, Former Chairman

Community/Civic Activities

  • Mr. Lundy has lectured on health care law before a number of organizations, including the Washington State Hospital Association, the California Society of Health Care Attorneys, the Los Angeles County Medical Association, the Los Angeles County Bar Association, the National Health Lawyers Association, the American Hospital Association, the Orange County Medical Association, the United Hospital Association, the Health Care Financial Management Association, and the Hospital Council of San Diego and Imperial Counties.  He has also served as guest faculty at the U.C.L.A. School of Public Health and the University of Southern California.

Honors & Awards

  • Named a Southern California Super Lawyer, 2004-2022
  • Recognized by Best Lawyers, 2008-2023
  • Recognized nationally by Chambers USA as one of only two eminent practitioners for health care transactions, 2016-2022
  • Recognized by Legal 500, 2020
  • Recognized by Chambers USA as an Outstanding California health law attorney, 2005-Present
  • Named “Best of the Best” by Legal Media Group
  • Recipient of the prestigious Mathies Award for Excellence in Healthcare Leadership By Partners in Care Foundation, 2010
  • Nationally recognized as “Outstanding Healthcare Transaction Lawyer” by Nightingale’s Healthcare News


Health Law Perspectives


“NonProfit Hospital Conversion: The New Role of the Attorney General,” California Health Law Monitor, February 1997

Editor, California Health Law Monitor, 1995-2001

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