Murtha Cullina LLP

Healthcare Department

Connecticut
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What the team is known for Advises hospitals, nursing homes and individuals on healthcare regulation and compliance issues as well as litigation and provider operations. Experienced in M&A, tax exemptions and labor matters, with particular strength in the long-term care space. Experienced in obtaining regulatory approvals for healthcare providers.

Strengths"The team provides great service and understands the health industry very well," reports a client.

An interviewee appreciates that "the team works together to come to the best conclusion for clients each and every time."

Work highlights Represented Arc of New London County on its statutory merger with Arc of Quinebaug Valley. The new entity is known as Arc of Eastern Connecticut.

Notable practitioners


Heather Berchem
remains a "go-to" attorney for long-term care providers and healthcare corporations in all regulatory and transactional concerns. An impressed client reports: "While her knowledge and real world experience have been invaluable, what I have especially enjoyed is her very practical advice."


Paul Knag
is known to be "a very established healthcare lawyer and litigator," as well as a "subject matter expert." He advises clients on regulatory disputes, including those involving Medicaid reimbursements.


Stephanie Sobkowiak
offers expertise to healthcare providers in all regulatory compliance and transactional matters. She is praised for her "exceptional attention to detail and patience."