HONORS AND AWARDS

Attorneys with top rankings by:

Chambers USA

Best Lawyers in America

Nightingale's "Outstanding Healthcare Antitrust Lawyers"

Nightingale's "Outstanding Hospital Lawyers"

 

PRACTICE FOCUS

Corporate transactions

Employee benefits and tax

Governance and regulatory

Healthcare public policy

Labor and employment

Litigation

Privacy

 

CLIENT FOCUS

Hospitals and hospital networks

Long-term and life care

Insurers and managed care

Medical products and vendors

Employers

Medical staff organizations

Physicians groups

Population health management and wellness

Professional associations

Life sciences companies

 

Healthcare – Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights



Venable attorneys have particular strength in creditor rights and insolvency matters involving healthcare providers. We have counseled a variety of healthcare providers experiencing financial difficulties, including hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, assisted-living facilities, physician groups, home health providers, rehabilitation hospitals and medical practices. We have served as lead counsel in several hospital bankruptcies and in numerous other healthcare-related bankruptcy matters. Our attorneys regularly counsel directors and officers, buyers, lenders, and various types of healthcare creditors and vendors (including equipment manufacturers) dealing with bankrupt healthcare entities.

Successful outcomes in healthcare bankruptcy matters require counsel who not only know bankruptcy law, but also understand healthcare reimbursement, Medicare and Medicaid provider regulation, healthcare licensure, Stark law, and the application of the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act to healthcare mergers and acquisitions. Venable’s extensive industry knowledge in all of these areas serves as the cornerstone of our healthcare industry practice and our ability to provide comprehensive Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights representation for our clients.

REPRESENTATIVE EXPERIENCE 

  • Represented a government entity that provided funding to a county hospital in a Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy in Northern California.
  • Represented a nonprofit hospital system in Southern California and a buyer of a nonprofit health maintenance organization in Chapter 11 bankruptcy