“Our Senior Housing and Care Team brings solid experience to guide our clients through the myriad issues affecting senior facilities.”

    • Who We Are

      We are a dedicated team with the experience to tackle the unique, wide range of legal, healthcare, and business issues affecting Virginia’s senior facilities. Our lawyers work with clients as they move through the maze of Medicare, Medicaid, Fair Housing Act, HIPAA, ADA, OSHA, and other regulatory issues; healthcare fraud and abuse inquiries and investigations; survey and certification matters; facilities and enterprise acquisitions; facility construction; financing transactions for tax exempt and taxable financing, whether public or private placement, and implementation of business agreements. We understand the challenging regulatory landscape the industry faces as the 62+ population continues to grow.

    • How We Help

      We are a responsive and reactive team. We proactively address issues facing senior facilities and regulatory requirements in collaboration with on-the-ground client experience. We are well-versed in health law, corporate law, public and private finance, tax-exempt law, employment law, information technology law, real estate, and litigation in order to better serve our clients’ needs within the senior facilities sector. We also help our clients move through the maze of Medicare, Medicaid, Fair Housing Act, HIPAA, ADA, and OSHA. We provide a coordinated effort among attorneys with experience in a variety of areas, and our practice is both regulatory and transactional.

    • Who We Represent

      Our clients are CEOs, CFOs, and COOs, and we practice throughout Virginia, representing a multitude of long-term and short-term senior service providers, including:

      • Assisted living facilities
      • Continuing care retirement communities
      • Independent living facilities
      • Long-term acute care hospitals
      • Retirement facilities
      • Skilled nursing facilities
    • Representative Matters

      • Sales and acquisitions
      • Financing, development, and construction of new and expanded facilities
      • Litigation of all claims asserted against the facility
      • Government audit and enforcement matters
      • Labor and regulatory issues
      • Corporate compliance, risk management and fraud, and abuse counseling
      • Reimbursement matters and proceedings with state and federal agencies
      • Certificate of need, licensing and change of ownership
      • HIPAA breach assessments and compliance counseling