Our Health Care Litigation attorneys have the experience and skills necessary to represent you in a broad range of health care industry matters and, if the need arises, defend you at trial and on appeal.
Foley’s Health Care Litigation team includes experienced, credentialed attorneys throughout the country who are poised to help you in investigating and resolving a wide range of health care litigation matters and claims. Using an interdisciplinary approach, we provide integrated, relevant, and practical counsel to you by partnering health care attorneys with litigators who have relevant experience.
From pre-trial investigations through trial, to appeals before state and federal courts, we are well positioned to help you through the entire litigation process. The wide range of matters we provide counsel on includes federal and state False Claims legislation, anti-kickback statutes, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), Stark Law, as well as off-label marketing issues, payer-provider disputes, commercial disputes for health care providers, medical staff issues, practice group disputes, representation before licensing boards, and administrative hearings relating to potential suspension, exclusion, and penalties.
Our Litigation and Health Care Industry Team attorneys have a deep understanding of health care's legal landscape, positioning our team to provide you with timely advice about self-reporting, interacting with government agencies, and driving matters to resolution. We strive to address and resolve government investigations and civil lawsuits as early, efficiently, and effectively as possible. Many of our attorneys have served in key government agencies, including the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Attorneys’ offices, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, and other federal and state agencies.
Foley has represented hospitals, skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) and specialized care givers in a wide range of formal bankruptcy matters in and out of the courtroom. This includes helping them proactively maintain liquidity by restructuring loans and working with lenders on forbearance options.