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Five Powers Attorneys Included in Chambers & Partners USA

By May 27, 2016No Comments

Powers is pleased to announce that Healthcare partners Mark Fitzgerald and Joel Hamme and Native American Law-Nationwide attorneys Paul Moorehead, Kevin Wadzinski, and Brian Gunn were again selected for the 2016 edition of Chambers USAChambers’ rankings were compiled from independent interviews with top business leaders and legal advisers.

Of Powers , Chambers states:


What the team is known for:

Boutique firm offering expertise across a wide range of healthcare law matters, including those involving CMS and the US Department of Health and Human Services. Broad expertise encompasses fraud and abuse, drug pricing and reimbursement.

Notable practitioners:

Mark Fitzgerald has extensive experience working with integrated healthcare systems and is often called upon by academic medical centers for regulatory representation and advice. He has particular expertise in Stark law and anti-kickback matters as well as Medicare issues.

Joel Hamme is described as a “first-rate lawyer” by market commentators. He practices in a number of areas, including Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and licensing. He also works for long-term care clients such as hospitals and care facilities.

Native American Law:

Basic facts about the department:

Key office is Washington, DC

What the team is known for:

Continues to impress in the Native American law space, representing tribes and entities doing business with tribes on a broad range of issues including lobbying work and matters pertaining to energy development, federal recognition and gaming development.

Notable practitioners:

Paul Moorehead is recognized for his expertise in federal Native American law and policy, notably advising tribal governments in all areas of law. Sources say: “He is a smart, sensible, solid lawyer. He provides advice and knows Washington well.”

Kevin Wadzinski advises on matters such as economic development, tribal gaming financing and federal and state tax issues. Sources are quick to highlight his “good judgment.” 

Brian Gunn acts for tribes in a wide array of matters before Congress and federal agencies. Commentators particularly acknowledge his prowess in policy work.

For more information, see Chambers and Partners.

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