Axley attorneys provide counseling for a number of health care clients. These clients include hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and individual medical professionals. We regularly counsel health care clients regarding Stark law, Anti-kickback, JCHAO matters, HIPAA, CMS review, reimbursement, government disputes, physician/hospital relations, non-profit tax issues, financing and real estate matters.

We have served as transaction counsel in joint venture projects, complex finance and bond matters and real estate developments. Included among the attorneys who practice in the health care area are various specialists in a number of different fields.

Our health care attorneys include specialists in fields such as:
  • Taxation
  • IRS matters
  • Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement
  • Medical staff peer review
  • Corporate compliance
  • Hospital boards issues
  • Health care technology
  • Managed care
  • Litigation in state and federal court
  • Labor and employment including discrimination, grievances, collective bargaining and union activity

We regularly handle cases involving medical malpractice defense of hospitals and professionals, negligent care claims against nursing homes and assisted living facilities, employee claims and hospital and clinics’ general liability claims.

In providing quality legal representation, Axley attorneys work closely with our health care clients and remain attuned to how the public views their image. A team approach, in which input from our clients is a vital component, has proven to be an important key to a quality and effective representation.

Health Care Attorneys

Client Successes

Affordable Care Act Provisions
Advised numerous business clients on compliance with new Affordable Care Act provisions applicable to large employers
Jury Verdict - Medical Center Found Not Liable in Breach of Contract Case
Obtained a jury verdict for a medical center in a breach of contract case.
DuBeau, Guy J.
Defined Obligations of Sheriffs to Pay Hospitals for Prisoner Care
Defined obligations of sheriffs to pay hospitals for prisoner care under §302.38 in Meriter Hospital v. Dane County (Lead Counsel)
DuBeau, Guy J.

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