Bob Neiman, co-chair of the firm’s Health Care practice, is an experienced litigator who focuses his practice on health care regulatory counseling and litigation, employment-related counseling and litigation, and commercial litigation, including insurance coverage matters and other business disputes.
Bob thinks like a businessman, not just a lawyer. After considering the legal ramifications of a business problem, Bob's strength is taking his lawyer's hat off and helping clients decide on the most practical and cost-effective way to solve the business problem.
Bob’s clients in the health care industry include long-term care facilities, assisted-living facilities, supportive-living facilities, home health care agencies, ambulatory surgical centers and sleep centers, as well as individual physicians and physician groups. He counsels these providers on regulatory, compliance, and business issues, including the Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute, helping them identify and implement measures designed to minimize the likelihood and impact of government disputes. When litigation is the appropriate option, he draws on his decades of experience representing clients in regulatory litigation against federal and state governments.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Robert K. Neiman