The Legal 500, one of the world’s leading legal search directories, recommended Nelson Hardiman as one of the top healthcare law firms in the country. In the category, Healthcare: Service Providers, The Legal 500 writes, “Of particular note is the firm’s expertise in regulatory and FCA litigation.” The prestigious publication went on to single out name partner Mark Hardiman as well as “Stacie Neroni, who focuses on pharmacy deal regulatory matters; hospital licensing and regulatory specialist Hope Levy-Biehl and Aaron Lachant who is deeply involved in the firm’s cutting-edge work in the cannabis space.”
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Mark Hardiman is one of the premier healthcare litigators in the state who specializes in False Claims Act (FCA) and other complex matters. He is a veteran trial lawyer with more than 20 jury trials to his name. This past year, Benchmark Litigation recognized Mark as a “Litigation Star.”
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Stacie Neroni is one of the leading pharmacy deal regulatory attorneys in California, if not, the country. In fact, Am Law 100 firms regularly outsource the regulatory element of pharmacy deals to Stacie. Earlier this month the Daily Journal named Stacie to its 2019 Top Women Lawyers list recognizing the Top 100 female attorneys in California.
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Hope Levy-Biehl is the go-to attorney in California for hospital licensing matters and day-to-day hospital regulatory issues. She represents many of the largest healthcare providers in the country. Hope recently served as lead regulatory counsel on the sale of two Verity Health System hospitals for $235 million.
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There are few attorneys, if any, who have shaped the California medical marijuana and cannabis landscape more than Aaron Lachant. In 2013, he co-authored the Proposition D legislation that brought regulation and limited immunity from enforcement to Los Angeles dispensaries. In 2017, he was the only private practice attorney appointed to serve on the L.A. County Advisory Working Group on Cannabis Regulation. Most recently, he launched MMLG a full-service cannabis consulting firm with expertise in cannabis licensing, compliance, and investment.
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