Nossaman Expands Healthcare Practice with Addition of Skilled Healthcare Attorney Mark Kadzielski

Nossaman News Release

Los Angeles and San Francisco, CA – We are pleased to announce that Mark Kadzielski has joined our Healthcare Group. Mark will serve as a partner in the Los Angeles office. He joins from Baker Hostetler.

Mark provides regulatory and operational guidance and representation to hospitals, medical staffs, managed care enterprises and institutional and individual healthcare providers throughout the U.S. His work includes government regulatory investigations, contracting issues, credentialing, peer review, licensing, medical staff bylaws, joint commission accreditation and Medicare certification. Mark has prepared more than 200 sets of medical staff bylaws and has handled peer review hearings and appeals, including litigation in many courts. He has also successfully appeared before several supreme courts on behalf of clients in a number of jurisdictions – including California and Wyoming.

Nossaman's Healthcare Group concentrates its efforts in the transactional, regulatory, operational, legislative and litigation arenas and has been perennially ranked by Chambers & Partners as one of the leading healthcare groups in the U.S. The Firm’s preeminence in healthcare law began with the landmark efforts of the Firm's senior healthcare lawyers, including former partner and former California State Assemblyman John T. Knox, co-author of the Knox-Keene Health Care Service Plan Act of 1975 and the Moscone-Knox Professional Corporation Act.

Commenting on his move to Nossaman, Mark said, “I am excited to help the Firm grow its healthcare practice. I look forward to working with the best-in-class attorneys in the group and across the Firm to help clients successfully overcome their healthcare challenges and seize opportunities.”

Mark holds a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and an A.B. from John Carroll University. He has been consistently recognized by Martindale Hubbell and Best Lawyers for his work, as well as receiving recognition from Chambers & Partners and Legal 500. He served on the board of the American Academy of Healthcare Attorneys and as chair and vice chair of its Medical Staff and Physician Relations Committee. For the American Health Lawyers Association, Mark served as both a member of the board and the Executive Committee and chair of the Fellows Coordinating Committee. He also is a member of the California Society for Healthcare Attorneys.

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