Healthcare is one of the largest sectors of the U.S. economy and the industry continues to grow by leaps and bounds each year. Nelson Mullins’ National Healthcare Practice Group is recognized nationally in the healthcare market with experience, both practical and legal, that makes its attorneys the partners of choice for many healthcare companies.
Our attorneys guide healthcare providers, healthcare service companies, and investors through the sensitive hurdles and strict scrutiny of governmental and societal factors faced by the industry.
Today, Nelson Mullins ranks among the largest healthcare law firms in the country with more than 115 attorneys who are members of the American Health Lawyers Association and practicing health law on a full-time basis. We bring value to your business not only through our legal knowledge, our diverse skill sets, and our real world experience, but we attempt to marry our entire approach to the engagement with your business needs.
For example, the Nelson Mullins National Healthcare Practice Group is not wedded to the traditional per hour billing structures of most law firms. We offer flat fee structures, tiered fee structures, pre-agreed broken deal discounts, and other alternative billing arrangements as requested and needed for any particular engagement.
Healthcare is a confluence of business and complex regulatory issues, and, as such, requires legal representation highly attuned to the sensitive nature and intensity of oversight involved in healthcare transactions, claims, and regulatory matters.
With years of experience, our attorneys provide the multi-disciplinary experience and thoughtful legal judgment that participants in the healthcare sector find necessary in order to thrive in the midst of an evolving and challenging environment. In addition to assisting clients with business transactions, Nelson Mullins' National Healthcare Practice Group attorneys have extensive experience handling daily operational and compliance issues, as well as experience in complex litigation matters, including whistleblower actions, certificate of need matters, medical staff disputes, fraud and abuse claims, and other healthcare related cases.