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What the team is known for Highly experienced team that advises on a range of regulatory matters, including fraud and abuse issues and transactional due diligence. Client base includes hospitals and pharmaceutical and health systems, alongside notable expertise in the representation of long-term care facilities. Enjoys a growing reputation for its strengths in the technology sector, including data security and privacy issues, and draws on a deep bench which includes a number of former federal government attorneys.
Strengths Sources praise the team for being "very collaborative and responsive," and note that they have "a good depth of knowledge as to healthcare regulations."
An impressed client notes: "They're very astute and were an outstanding help to me."
Howard Sollins is the object of admiration from peers and clients alike for his strong healthcare practice, which encompasses expertise in regulatory issues, fraud and abuse, and Medicare and Medicaid matters. Impressed clients describe him as a "fierce advocate for his clients" who is "very knowledgeable and calm."
Julie Kass displays strength in matters regarding fraud and abuse in Medicare and Medicaid, as well as in government investigations. Her clientele is composed of hospital systems and healthcare investment companies, among others.
Craig Holden is held in high regard by market sources for his extensive expertise in a wide range of issues including Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse issues. Impressed market sources comment that "he has an incredibly wide knowledge of the law but approaches it in a very practical and connected way."
Sanford Teplitzky is universally regarded by market sources as a premier attorney in the healthcare law sphere. His lauded practice maintains a focus on fraud and abuse issues while also covering regulatory matters and governmental investigations. Additional areas of expertise include deep knowledge of issues surrounding the Anti-Kickback Statute and Stark Law.