Powers is pleased to announce that Healthcare partners Mark Fitzgerald, Joel Hamme, Mary Susan Philp, and Robert Saner and Native American Law-Nationwide attorneys Paul Moorehead, Kevin Wadzinski, and Brian Gunn were again selected for the 2015 edition of Chambers USA. Chambers’ rankings were compiled from independent interviews with top business leaders and legal advisers.
Chambers and Partners 2015 USA edition states the following regarding POWERS healthcare practice:
What the team is known for: Respected firm that is well versed in a wide range of healthcare matters, including fraud and abuse, transactions and Medicare reimbursement. Acts for a diverse range of healthcare clients, from individual practitioners to large hospitals.
“First-rate lawyer” Mark Fitzgerald handles compliance issues relating to the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute, as well as healthcare M&A. He is highlighted for his excellent understanding of the healthcare regulatory landscape and his ability to see the big picture on complex transactions.
Joel Hamme is “widely known and respected” for his work in long-term care matters. Additionally, he handles certification and licensure issues, and Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement.
Mary Susan Philp is a seasoned healthcare practitioner who undertakes compliance matters, and also acts for clients in Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement proceedings. She offers regulatory advice to a diverse range of clients such as home health agencies and organ procurement organizations.
Robert Saner noted for his ability to handle complex fraud and abuse issues, and Medicare reimbursement mandates. He largely focuses on advising physician organizations.
Of the Native American Law practice, Chambers states:
Basic facts about the department: DC is a key office.
What the team is known for: Extensive experience advising tribal and nontribal clients on legislative work, financings and tax. Sectors of expertise include energy, gaming and healthcare.
Sources praise Paul Moorehead’s expertise in the political and legislative sphere. He has notable expertise on tax, gaming and natural resources matters.
Kevin Wadzinski has extensive experience in gaming and fee-to-trust work. Sources say he is “well thought of” and “capable.”
Brian Gunn is respected for his expertise in legislative matters and in litigation. Sources say: “He’s a high-quality lawyer.”
For more information, see Chambers and Partners.