Health care providers and companies involved in the health care industry face unique legal and business risks. Keeping pace with the business and regulatory challenges of health care in today's competitive environment is even more important in the fast-changing era of health care reform.
Robinson+Cole's Health Law Group offers a dedicated team of litigation lawyers with deep experience in health care-related litigation and disputes and a broad understanding of the health care industry. Our health litigation and administrative advocacy lawyers work with clients not only to achieve success in litigation but also to manage and reduce risk, and to meet our clients' business objectives. We represent health care entities in civil and criminal litigation, arbitration, administrative agency actions, and appeals.
Robinson+Cole's Health Law Litigation Team works with a broad spectrum of clients in the health care industry. Our clients include for-profit and nonprofit health care providers and hospital systems, home health agencies, nursing homes, pharmaceutical manufacturers and retail pharmacies, outpatient and imaging centers, assisted living facilities, and human services agencies. Our Health Law Litigation Team has experience in a broad array of litigation and regulatory matters, including commercial and class action litigation; state and federal government investigations; reimbursement and recoupment actions by government payors and contracted auditors; fraud, abuse, and whistleblower claims; data breach regulatory investigations and litigation; medical staff and credentialing disputes; and pharmaceutical market conduct litigation.
In representing the litigation and risk management needs of our health care clients, we have appeared in matters before state and federal courts, state Medicaid agencies, and state and federal regulatory and licensure agencies. We have also handled state and federal civil and criminal health care investigations conducted by state lawyers, general and Medicaid fraud units, the U.S. Attorney's office and Department of Justice, the Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Inspector General, and the FBI.