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Long-Term Care

We are keenly aware of the many specific and unique challenges our long term care clients face.


We are keenly aware of the many specific and unique challenges our long-term care clients face. They must continue to provide the best care to their residents in a climate of increased government oversight, uncertain funding, ever-changing legal regulations, financial belt-tightening, staff recruiting/retention issues, etc. The lawyers in our Long-Term Care industry group offer the practical, sophisticated, and cost-effective legal advice that long term care providers need to understand and overcome these challenges. For example, we regularly assist our long-term care clients with:

  • Collection of debts
  • Employment situations
  • Union-related matters such as contract negotiations, labor arbitrations, etc.
  • Corporate transactions such as mergers, acquisitions, and other combinations
  • Real estate, construction, and property management issues
  • Financing-related concerns
  • Workers’ compensation claims
  • Guardianship and other estates and trusts considerations
  • Medicaid planning scenarios
  • Ethics matters
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Privacy and security
  • Risk management
  • Litigation
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other privacy subjects

Applying the significant experience they have with the Long-Term Care Industry, the attorneys in this group are available to advise on:

The best legal advice is the kind that helps clients avoid problems. So, in addition to being available to our clients when conflict has arisen, we work hard to provide the proactive day-to-day counsel that will help keep them out of court. We also offer long-term-care-specific training for administrators, Directors of Nursing, and other members of the long-term health team on a variety of relevant legal topics.

Long-Term Care Representative Experience:

  • Authored briefing that obtained pretrial dismissal of complaint filed by a nursing home’s former employee who claimed she was not an at-will employee and that her termination breached her employment contract, constituted defamation, and violated the Pennsylvania whistleblower law.
  • Pursuit of six figure medical assistance recovery on behalf of long-term care facility.
  • Defense of multi-million dollar claims against long-term care facilities in state and federal court.
  • Represented multiple sellers of skilled nursing facilities and related real estate.

For more information, click here to download our Comprehensive Long Term Care Legal Solutions pamphlet.

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