Healthcare Litigation

Arnall Golden Gregory’s Healthcare Litigation Practice is distinctive in that we offer our clients healthcare attorneys who are also strong litigators. Our healthcare lawyers know the industry, inside and out, and we bring that experience to bear in the courtroom, in arbitrations, and in complex administrative appeals. While AGG offers a separate powerhouse litigation department that can be tapped at a moment’s notice, our Healthcare Litigation Practice provides clients with in-depth industry knowledge, from reimbursement regulations to provider manuals. We perform on your dime instead of learn on it.

AGG’s Healthcare Litigation Practice handles all aspects of provider-side healthcare litigation, from moving for injunctions against government recoupments or licensure revocations, to defending national False Claims Act investigations. Today’s regulatory and reimbursement environment exposes our healthcare provider clients to complex disputes with the government, intermediaries, vendors, other providers, and sometimes patients. In addition to False Claims Act and whistleblower defense, we litigate all forms of reimbursement disputes, including RAC, ZPIC, and MIC appeals. Our healthcare litigators represent providers seeking to obtain or challenge Certificate of Need (CON) approvals. In addition, we offer a team of attorneys specifically dedicated to the defense of litigation on behalf of owners and operators of long term healthcare facilities.  For providers facing steep fines and civil monetary penalties (CMPs), we are there from the IDR level all the way up through the Departmental Appeals Board (DAB) and on to the courts if necessary.

In addition to in-depth industry knowledge, our attorneys have clinical and provider-side experience, from physical therapists, to former general counsel for healthcare companies and a full-time registered nurse who provides medical record analysis and insights. Our group also includes Fellows of the Litigation Counsel of America, an invitation only trial honor society.