Mandelbaum Salsburg P.C., one of New Jersey’s most renowned and respected law firms, announced today that Mohamed H. Nabulsi joined the firm as co-chair of the Healthcare Practice Group, signaling a major expansion of the practice.
Nabulsi joins the firm from Frier Levitt, where he was a Partner in the corporate and healthcare department for the past nine years. He will run the Healthcare Practice with fellow co-chair Dennis Alessi. Nabulsi will also work closely with Peter Levy, chair of the Life Sciences Practice, and be a member of the Firm’s Business Law Practice Group and Professional Practice Transitions Group.
“The addition of Mohamed to our team dramatically expands the capabilities of our healthcare practice,” said Bill Barrett, Mandelbaum Salsburg’s co-CEO. “With a background specializing exclusively in healthcare, Mohamed brings to the firm a depth and breadth of experience serving a wide range of areas within the medical field.”
Nabulsi’s healthcare clients include physician and non-physician providers, including medical practices, preferred provider organizations and accountable care organizations (ACOs). He represents health industry clients on a wide range of transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, corporate structurings, contracts and agreements, ACO formations, fraud and abuse waivers, negotiations, healthcare facility/provider licensures, partnership and medical staff disputes, employment matters, physician licensure actions, bundled reimbursement healthcare models, managed care contracting, employment contracts and negotiations with third-party payors. He also counsels clients on third-party payor disputes, audits and appeals, governmental and non-governmental investigations and prosecutions, including navigating the changes brought about by healthcare reform efforts. Nabulsi works with clients on federal and state regulatory matters, such as compliance with the Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute, Anti-Markup Law, False Claims Act, Controlled Dangerous Substance laws, HIPAA and state health information privacy laws, among other matters. Nabulsi has also represented clients in litigation matters.
The appointment is part of the Firm’s continued growth as it has brought on 11 attorneys during the past 18 months while launching new practices and expanding the range of services offered. Mandelbaum Salsburg’s commitment to professional excellence has allowed the firm to add attorneys with diverse backgrounds and unique knowledge. “We’ve made a concerted effort to seek out the best young attorneys in a variety of practice areas,” Barrett said. “Mohamed is another representative of the next generation of great lawyers at this firm.”
“I was attracted to Mandelbaum Salsburg because of its aggressive approach to bringing in top talent and investing in the growth and diversity of its practice groups,” said Nabulsi. “The firm has done a great job of integrating new and expanding practice groups into the rest of the firm in order to offer its clients a diverse range of services from top talent.”
Nabulsi, a Kinnelon, NJ, resident, earned his Juris Doctor degree from New York Law School, and his undergraduate degree in criminal justice from William Paterson University. He is admitted to practice in New Jersey and New York.Related Articles: