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Patrick J. Haddad
Patrick J. Haddad has over 28 years of experience in the areas of corporate law, health care law, insurance and securities. He is chairperson of the firm’s Securities Law Practice Group, co-chairperson of the firm’s Health Care Practice Group, and the firm’s Co-General Counsel.
In his securities and corporate practice, Patrick represents public companies, the boards of for-profit and nonprofit organizations, statewide professional associations, health care professionals, hospital systems, joint ventures, management/service organizations, and managed care delivery systems. His work includes disclosure and compliance relative to current, quarterly and annual filings; Section 16 reporting and representation of corporate directors and officers; corporate governance; audit committee and compensation committee representation; public offerings; private placements; and negotiation and documentation of complex business transactions
Patrick’s health care law practice includes advising on provider contracting, formation of management service organizations (MSO) affiliated with health care providers, change of ownership (CHOW), certificate of need (CON), hospital/medical staff relationships, third party payor reimbursement, and state and federal laws regulating the delivery of health services and the business of health care.
He also advises a wide array of mortgage originator and insurance clients, including agents, captive, casualty, property, professional liability, health and worker’s compensation insurers, third party administrators, and self-funded health plans. Patrick frequently assists clients regarding the drafting and analysis of federal, state and local legislation and regulation. He also represents clients before federal and state courts and administrative tribunals.
Patrick is a frequent speaker before legal and business groups on the topics of securities and health care, including presentations on peer review, physician self-referral, anti-kickback, compliance plans, HIPAA, and antitrust.
Patrick was named to The Best Lawyers in America®,by Woodward/White, Inc. in the area of health care law.