Our Health Care lawyers have a great deal of experience advising our clients with respect to governance and compliance issues. Particularly since the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, we have worked extensively with our nonprofit health care clients in adopting governance "best practices," including the formation of independent audit committees and the adoption of codes of conduct and conflicts-of-interest policies.

For many years, we have also assisted our clients in the development and completion of corporate compliance programs and have represented them in government investigations, including matters involving both state and federal agencies (e.g., the NJDHSS, the USDHHS-Office of Inspector General, the U.S. Department of Justice and the SEC). We have also assisted our clients in conducting internal investigations relative to possible violations of law by their employees, contractors or members of their medical staffs.