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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks health care and life sciences attorney with 6+ years of regulatory experience. The candidate should have experience of providing reimbursement and government program pricing counsel to health care and/or life science entities.
This dynamic firm specializes in providing a full range of services to emerging companies and financial institutions. The business department is exceptionally strong and handles financing and securities, mergers and acquisitions; venture and corporate fund formation; and other securities issues. The litigation department is nationally recognized and provides services to the firms clients in areas including business contract and commercial disputes, bankruptcy and creditors' rights, antitrust and trade regulation, and securities and corporate governance, environmental, and white-collar criminal defense. The firm expanded rapidly in the decade of the ?90s and now ranks among the elite law firms in the nation. The firm boasts a competitive compensation package, an excellent training program and a ?cooperative, albeit intense,? atmosphere.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks health litigation attorney with 1+ years of experience. The candidate should preferably have background in reimbursement or prior federal judicial clerkship.
The DC office of this international law firm is known for its collegial and personable atmosphere, and breadth of practice areas. This firm is certainly prestigious and competitive, and attorneys with superb GPAs from top-15 schools are valued. However, high achievers from non-top-15 law schools are encouraged to apply, although there seems to be more of an emphasis on grades in the recent years. The billable requirements are in the reasonable 2000 range and the salary is very competitive, and the firm has recently made a big push to focus on attracting and keeping minority attorneys. However, we have heard complaints from associates that the communication between management and associates is lacking, but we also hear that there is a big push being made to improve the channels of communication. In short, if you are looking for an opportunity to work on a diverse range of work in a prestigious firm that values its comfortable atmosphere, and you have very strong credentials, you are looking at the right place.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level health care attorney with 3-4 years of transactional experience. The candidate should have a background in health care regulatory matters, including the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Stark Law, and the False Claims Act. Must have experience of representing health care providers in most of these areas, with exposure to compliance counseling and reimbursement issues.
This large DC firm is known as a place that offers a broad and sophisticated practice, while also being very family friendly. Although salaries are slightly less than competitor firms as associates become more senior, this is reflected in the lower billable hour requirement, which seems to be welcomed by associates that seem to value a more balanced work and personal life. We hear that associates are treated with respect, the culture is exceptionally diverse and progressive, and pro bono work is valued beyond mere lip service.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level healthcare attorney with 2-3 years of experience in transactional and regulatory experience. The candidate will assist clients with managed care contracting and payment disputes; the formation of joint ventures, affiliations, and provider networks; and regulatory and compliance matters related to Medicare and Medicaid payment, fraud and abuse, and antitrust law. Knowledge of, or experience in, managed care is a plus.
This reputed law firm was established more than 40 years ago. It is headquartered in Washington, D.C., and has a second office in Maryland. The firm has six practice groups, including family law, federal grants, and health law. It is comprised of a sizable group of seasoned attorneys and a highly qualified professional support team.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level healthcare attorney with 2+ years of regulatory, reimbursement and transactional experience in advising health care providers. The candidate should preferably have experience of handling operational and corporate work for different types of providers, including surgery centers, ancillary service providers, hospitals, clinics, pharmacies, labs, and long term care providers.
This firm, with offices throughout the Southeast, uses its mid-sized DC office for its public policy, corporate, and international practice groups. Featuring many prominent lawyers and public figures, this prestigious firm has a strong emphasis on training, and allows even its most junior associates significant client contact. This firm is a stickler for lawyers with top credentials and meaningful law firm experience.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks healthcare attorney with 2-3 years of corporate, regulatory, and compliance counseling experience for healthcare companies, including transactional work. The candidate should have prior experience of working on FDA regulatory issues, preferably in the pharmaceutical or medical device areas. Prior employment in a sophisticated law firm environment is preferred.
Although it is a full-service firm, this organization seems to excel when it comes to the more specialized practice areas, such as environmental, regulatory and energy practices. The representation of Mid-Atlantic technology clients is rewarding for the firm as well. In keeping with this theme, the firm utilizes state of the art communications equipment and computers in order to streamline work efforts and reduce costs for the firm and its clients. Associates will appreciate the fact that the firm is filled with a fairly diverse crowd and that salaries are merit-based, rather than lockstep.
Washington D.C. office of our client seeks health care attorney preferably with 3-5 years of experience. The candidate must have knowledge of health care reimbursement and health care fraud and abuse laws. Experience with CMS coverage, coding and payment policies and strategies for life science companies is required. Knowledge of commercial payor market including managed care is preferred. Regulatory experience with health care transactions is desired.
Boasting a large presence in the corporate and litigation arenas, exceptional training programs and an innovative partner assessment program, the firm is a major hit with associates. At this firm, associates learn exactly what it means to practice law--and have a breadth of appreciation for all elements of a large full service practice. In their posh DC offices, the environment is professional and polished.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks disputes attorney with 2-4 years of experience. The candidate will join the Regulations, Investigations, Securities and Compliance practice team (life sciences and healthcare). Must have a background in False Claims Act qui tam litigation, government investigations and healthcare regulatory/compliance matters.
This firm, one of the largest in the United States, is riding high on the wave of the new Republican majority, and enjoying renewed prominence in the DC marketplace. This Washington office made a name for itself quickly by conforming its full service practice to what DC law firms do best -- a strong intellectual property patent prosecution and litigation department, as well as a strong federal regulatory department for their world-wide clientele. Associates bill long hours, but are well rewarded come bonus time, where productivity merits non-discretionary bonuses that match anyone. Benefits are equally good. Insiders rate this as one of the best places in DC to work.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks health industry advisory attorney with 3-5 years of experience. The candidate should have experience of advising clients on research compliance and data privacy and security laws, including the Common Rule, FDA good clinical practices, HIPAA, the Privacy Act of 1974, as well as similar state laws and regulations. Must also have a familiarity with the legal and strategic considerations attendant to the development of data sharing platforms and collaborations, including creation and deployment of data and biospecimen collection and repositories for secondary uses such as personalized/precision medicine, research, and accountable care initiatives. Broader FDA regulatory expertise would be a plus.
This large international New York law firm founded in 1934 has established a full-service presence. Clients include large corporations and individuals as well as small and medium-sized businesses. The firm represents a wide range of industrial, financial and commercial enterprises, both publicly and privately held. Firm lawyers represent clients in every state as well as numerous foreign jurisdictions. The firm is organized by legal specialization: corporate, e-commerce, employee benefits, estate planning, government and regulatory affairs, health law, intellectual property, international, litigation and tax. This firm offers competitive salaries, and many firm lawyers also practice interdepartmentally distinguishing them from many other large law firms.
Health Care Attorney jobs in Washington, District Of Columbia
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