Attorneys in Macfarlane Ferguson & McMullen’s health care practice area have extensive experience in representing a wide array of health care clients on a broad range of issues. The Firm regularly represents a variety of for-profit and not-for-profit health care facilities such as general hospitals, long-term care hospitals, specialty hospitals, nursing homes, home health agencies, adult congregate living facilities, ambulatory surgical centers and diagnostic facilities. Its attorneys represent individual physicians, physician groups and other health care providers with both their personal and professional legal needs.
The Firm’s lawyers have broad experience in business operation and regulation of the health care profession by state and federal agencies. Several of the Firm’s senior lawyers have practiced health care law for over twenty-five years. The Firm’s health care practice includes state and federal administrative law, antitrust, contracting, environmental law, licensing, malpractice, managed care, medical staff issues, mental health, mergers and acquisitions, risk management, long-term care and taxation. In addition, the firm’s attorneys regularly handle any necessary litigation and appeals in both state and federal trial and appellate courts, as well as administrative litigation involving governmental agencies.
The size and scope of the Firm’s health care practice enables it to provide skilled representation in a cost-effective manner. In an era of sweeping health care reform on both the state and federal levels, a law firm experienced in both the routine and “cutting edge” issues that will confront a client’s business is essential.