Lash & Goldberg has developed a focused health care practice. From a well-established foundation of knowledge and understanding of the evolving health care industry, the Firm assists corporate clients with today’s litigation challenges in all facets of the business and operations of health care. We understand the intricacies of health care operations and payment systems, and the overlay of state and federal laws, rules and regulations that affect how health care entities function.
Our long-term client relationships and depth of industry knowledge allow us to develop comprehensive but efficient representation for health care companies in litigation. We work closely with our health care clients, including in-house counsel and senior management, to develop litigation strategies that best serve their business and legal objectives.
We Represent Major Health Care Companies in Florida and Across the Country
Lash & Goldberg represents major national and regional health systems, hospitals, corporate medical groups and other health care companies in a broad range of complex litigation matters, including:
- Government investigations and qui tam actions
- Managed care and third-party payer disputes
- Medical staff and peer review privilege disputes
- Vendor contract disputes
- Physician employment, relocation and non-compete enforcement actions
- Medical office building and lease disputes
- HIPAA and privacy disputes
- FDCPA and TCPA actions arising from medical collection practices
- Administrative complaints
The Firm Offers In-Depth Health Care Industry Experience
With techniques honed through years of industry litigation experience, the Firm’s lawyers are able to simplify and effectively convey the nuances of health care business disputes to state and federal court judges and juries, arbitration panels, administrative hearing officers, and in various appellate forums in Florida and throughout the country. The Firm has demonstrated a depth and breadth of experience and bench strength by representing some of the nation’s largest health care companies for decades, and litigating with and against some of the world’s largest law firms.