Appeal of certificate of public need denial in which a Virginia medical center opposed the project and was good cause party to the original decision, and, thus, a party to the appeal. Our client established good cause party status in the administrative stages of a certificate of public need application cycle. Our client and the State Health Commissioner were successful in arguing that the decision be upheld on appeal.
Defeated preliminary injunction In Denver, Colorado brought by one of the nation's largest dialysis chains, for alleged violation of noncompete. Our client sought to prohibit one of the areas largest nephrology practices from joint venturing with a competitor of DaVita to provide a number of new dialysis facilities in the Denver area.
Obtained emergency and permanent injunctive relief on behalf of nationwide chain of dental clinics against former partner who was violating restrictive covenant prohibiting the solicitation of dental students at specified dental schools.
Obtained emergency injunctive relief on behalf of national managed care client preventing hospital system making public statements that the hospital system was no longer in–network.
After a six-day bench trial, we persuaded the federal court that an ordinance restricting where medical clinics like our client could locate was unconstitutional. After the 3rd Circuit affirmed in a 25-page opinion, the district court awarded McGuireWoods its attorneys’ fees, which McGuireWoods donated to the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia.
McGuireWoods’ Mark Anderson Honored Among North Carolina’s Leaders in the Law
September 18, 2017
CMS Revises Medicare Manual to Improve Transparency of LCD Process
October 16, 2018
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Former DOJ Prosecutor Pleads Guilty After Attempting to Sell Sealed False Claims Act Cases to the Target Defendants
January 29, 2018
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The Yates Memo: A Reminder that Executives are Vulnerable Too
September 6, 2017