Civil Rights: Former Assistant US Attorney/Sr. Attorney OIG-HHS Kenneth Joel Haber represents individuals who have had their civil rights violated as the result of discrimination. We handle matters involving various bases of discrimination. We help minority professionals who have experienced discrimination in various institutional settings. We also help non-minorities who have had their rights violated. Click here to learn how we assist physicians and other healthcare professionals by use of Civil Rights laws.
Civil RICO: We represent individuals who have been injured through the use of racketeering activities, business fraud, and white collar crime. Breaches of business ethics are often the basis for such actions. Click here to learn how we assist physicians and other healthcare professionals by use of Civil RICO laws.
Data Bank: Physicians need representation to avoid adverse National Practitioner Data Bank entries. The firm has forced the government to correct entries which were false and inaccurate. Click here to learn how we assist physicians and other healthcare professionals concerning the Data Bank.
False Claims Act: Our firm has experience representing individuals who have knowledge of false claims being made against the United States. We are experienced in working with the Department of Justice in such matters. Click here to learn how we assist physicians and other healthcare professionals and providers concerning the False Claims Act.
Business & Commercial Law: We are experienced in handling the day to day issues that confront businesses as well as assisting you in the complicated matters which require litigation and avoiding litigation. Click here to learn how we can assist physicians and other healthcare professionals and providers concerning Business and Commercial law matters.
Health, Healthcare, & Medicare Law: Our firm has a long history of representing physicians by rendering a full spectrum of services. Click here to learn how we do assist physicians, other healthcare professionals and entities and providers concerning Health, Healthcare & Medicare Law, including but not limited to those listed below:
Billing and Coding Issues / 3rd Party Payers ; Medicare/Medicaid/Private Pay; Business Structuring; Civil Litigation; Civil Rights; Compliance Programs Issues; Correction of Records; Credentialing Issues; Criminal, Civil and Administrative Matters; Data Bank Corrections; DEA Related Matters; Fraud; HIPAA Issues; Impaired Status; Licensing Board Issues; Medicare/Medicaid Issues; OIG Advisory Opinions; OIG/FBI/DOJ/AG/Medicaid Fraud Control Unit Investigations; Post Payment Review – RAC; Professional Privileges and Peer Review; Program Reinstatement; RICO Issues; Stark and Anti-Kickback Issues; Unfair Competition and Antitrust; Whistle Blowing; and most other issues affecting medical practices.
Doctors being sued for malpractice are normally represented by attorneys paid for by their insurance carriers. The doctor needs someone to protect his interest. A settlement is often disastrous for the doctor professionally. This office does not represent any insurance companies and can look after the doctor’s interest without any conflicts of interest. As a former Senior Attorney for the Department of Health and Human Services, and Former Assistant United States Attorney, Ken Haber has developed his niche in the area of healthcare law. The firm’s other attorneys have similarly engaged in representing physicians in various areas of their practices.
Government Contracts: Our firm has represented contractors in disputes with the United States government. Among other areas, we have experience in government disbarment actions, bid protests, criminal and administrative investigations/prosecutions/sanctions, Court of Claims litigation, administrative appeals, contract negotiations, compliance matters, and False Claims Act defense. Click here to learn how we do assist physicians and other healthcare professionals and providers concerning government contracts.
Americans with Disabilities Act: The firm has experience in representing individuals who have been injured as the result of violations of the ADA. We use the ADA to redress state and private violations of individual’s rights. Click here to learn how we assist physicians and other healthcare professionals by use of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Antitrust Actions: The firm represents individuals and/or businesses that have been injured as the result of a competitor’s activities. Click here to learn how we assist physicians and other healthcare professionals by use of antitrust laws.
White Collar Crime: The firm has obtained redress for victims of white collar crime and defended those accused of it. We have also advised clients on how to avoid becoming a victim of or engaging in white collar crime. Click here to learn how we assist physicians and other healthcare professionals concerning White Collar Crime.
Litigation & Appeals: Our firm has a nationwide practice in all areas of administrative, general civil, white collar criminal, and appellate litigation. Click here to learn how we assist physicians and other healthcare professionals by use of litigation and appeals.
Compliance Attorney: A health care practitioner may ask him/herself why he/she needs a Compliance Program and a Compliance Attorney. That is a fair question and there are many reasons why a physician, healthcare provider, healthcare practitioner should have both.
Peer Review Attorneys and Lawyers: If you are facing a peer review process, then you must read this, as early in the process as possible. Hospitals have an obligation to protect the public from incompetent or unethical physicians from practicing on the hospital’s staff. They fulfill this responsibility by undertaking peer review. Click here to know more about it.
ZPIC Audit Attorney: A ZPIC Lawyer or ZPIC Attorney is an individual who is experienced in doing what a ZPIC does. Kenneth Haber, as a former Assistant United States Attorney and a former Sr. Attorney of the Office of Inspector General, has the very experience that most attorneys do not have and that includes those who claim to be ZPIC audit Attorneys or ZPIC Attorneys or whatever they might call themselves. To know more click here.
Whistleblower Attorney: A Whistleblower Attorney is a lawyer, who has experience in the court and legal field and to whom the whistleblower reports illegal practices for purpose of bringing those practices to the attention of the Court and the government.
Medical Licensing Board Attorney or Lawyer: The one who stands between you and your professional Licensing Board to explain your case or otherwise establish your case in a light most favorable to you. To know more click here.
Medical Credentialing Attorney or Lawyer: If you are seeking membership, participation or employment by a health care entity such as hospital medical staff, procedure privileges, insurance panel etc. Then the one one to help you or explain it in a better way is Medical Credentialing Lawyer. For more information Click Here.