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Health care is an industry facing more regulatory and public scrutiny than perhaps any other.  Clients rely on our counsel to help them stay abreast of this rapidly changing regulatory, transactional, legislative and litigation landscape.

We have longevity.  Our preeminence in health law began with the landmark efforts of the Firm's senior healthcare lawyers, including our former partner and State Assemblyman John T. Knox.  Jack co-authored the Knox-Keene Health Care Service Plan Act of 1975 and the Moscone-Knox Professional Corporation Act.  The regulatory aspects of healthcare are woven into the fabric of our Firm.  We are unique in that we have a proven record of accomplishment in representing healthcare clients before all three branches of government.

We counsel hospitals and other delivery systems, managed care organizations, research organizations, surgicenters, discount plans and senior living providers as well as practice entities and individual professionals.  They turn to us to manage important legal challenges stemming from new regulations and actions by federal and state authorities, to organizational growth, IP licensing, and formation of organizations, partnerships and other practice structures.

Clients value our diverse perspectives.  Prior to joining our team, members of our group served as counsel in the Office of Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, as Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of Texas, as an industry contracts officer at UC San Francisco, a medical staff coordinator, in-house counsel, and as a registered nurse.  We see all sides of an issue.

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