Brach Eichler’s Award-Winning Healthcare Law Practice

John D. Fanburg, Chair

In today’s unprecedented and ever-changing healthcare environment, institutional and individual providers and healthcare businesses need trusted advisors who can help them negotiate the evolving legal and business issues that arise in the course of practicing medicine and operating health-related businesses.

Brach Eichler pioneered the discipline of healthcare law in New Jersey and continues to cultivate its reputation as a leader in healthcare law representation.

Our deep bench of health law attorneys – 18 strong – represents individuals and entities from every corner of the healthcare industry, encompassing both for profit and non-profit entities. Our clients include:

  • Individual practitioners
  • Large physician and dental groups
  • Hospitals and hospital systems
  • Medical staff organizations
  • Physician specialty societies
  • Healthcare trade associations
  • Long-term care facilities
  • Home health and hospice agencies
  • Substance-use disorder treatment providers
  • Ambulatory surgery centers
  • Various other provider types, outpatient facilities, and patients

Knowledgeable across a wide spectrum of issues, our attorneys deftly handle an array of healthcare business, transactional, licensure, compliance, white collar criminal, and litigation matters. Additionally, we have strong relationships with public officials on both the state and national level.

And as we help our clients adapt and respond to new economic and regulatory challenges, we smoothly integrate other members of the Brach Eichler team in the areas of labor and employment, corporate tax, financial services, litigation, and real estate, among others.

The leading attorney ranking company, Chambers USA, cites clients who applaud Brach Eichler for being “a cutting-edge law firm” and for its “responsiveness and position as a leader in the field of healthcare… They provide an outstanding quality of service at an excellent price. They understand their clients, and if there is a job that needs doing they can be counted on to do it right.”

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