Diane Babbitt is an accomplished trial attorney who focuses her practice on toxic tort and employment litigation as well as general coverage and bad faith litigation.
Noelle focuses her practice on acquisition and financing transactions and general corporate matters for health care clients.
Angela is a trial attorney with experience litigating financial, business, and tax matters.
Kate represents health care clients in acquisition and financing transactions and general corporate matters.
Margaret focuses her practice on health care regulatory work, including licensing opinions and regulatory matters, and work related to health care facility policies and agreements.
Shira focuses her practice on corporate real estate and health care transactions.
Ian Maher represents employers in class action and individual litigation in state and federal court.
Randi has been practicing law since 1979 and focuses her work on transactional and regulatory matters for health care clients.
Bonnie focuses her practice on the analysis of land use issues, as well as the drafting of documents, pertaining to the review of title, survey, and zoning for the development and the continued operation of long term care facilities.
Karen has been advising clients on a wide variety of transactional matters for more than 35 years. Her practice has been focused on clients in the health care industry for nearly 20 years, during which she has provided general counsel and transactional services to private equity real property syndicators who acquire and lease skilled nursing and assisted living facilities to licensed operators.
Jim has over 40 years of experience providing tailored advice to clients on their unique commercial real estate needs.
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