It is an understatement to say that the layers of complication involved in health law have increased exponentially. There have been critical developments in such areas as managed care, malpractice liability, restrictive covenants, entity formation, HIPAA compliance, Stark I, II and III and the Patients' Bill of Rights. The Nissenbaum Law Group is uniquely suited to meet this challenge; its attorneys have represented physicians, physician groups, managed care entities and hospitals in a wide range of healthcare-related legal matters. The firm is also able to leverage its experience in corporate, litigation, technology and privacy law to add further depth to its range of health law services. The firm's Managing Principal, Gary D. Nissenbaum, Esq., is a respected healthcare attorney who has been published in the area of health law and provided a number of presentations regarding that topic, including a continuing legal education seminar for attorneys.
In addition to representing medical and dental practice entities and individual healthcare providers, the firm also has substantial experience in advising clients with alternative medicine and psychotherapy practices. Moreover, the firm has experience in representing vendors that provide medical industry services. This includes representation of healthcare provider accreditation consultants and e-commerce companies that operate websites servicing the healthcare community and/or otherwise addressing health-related topics.
- corporate formalities including operating agreements, meeting resolutions and corporate bylaws;
- purchase or sale of a medical practice;
- employment or severance agreements for physicians and other medical professionals;
- regulatory issues concerning the Board of Psychology and Board of Medical Examiners;
- HIPAA compliance and related business associate agreements;
- stark I, II and III compliance, including State counterparts;
- managed care contracts;
- healthcare-related collections;
- hospital peer review proceedings;
- egg donation contracts;
- protection against malpractice liability;
- restrictive covenants; and
- medicare coverage issues.