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DiGuglielmo Joins Frier Levitt as Counsel

Frier Levitt, LLC, a national boutique healthcare law firm, announced today that Theresa M. DiGuglielmo, Esq., has joined the firm as Counsel. Theresa rejoins the firm, having previously been an Associate in the firm’s Healthcare Department for ten years. Her Practice will focus primarily on regulatory and transactional matters.

As a healthcare attorney, Theresa has enjoyed a varied practice and developed special areas of interest in medical supergroups, analyzing business arrangements under Federal and State regulations, and advising clients regarding employment matters.

“We couldn’t be happier to have Theresa back at Frier Levitt,” said Daniel B. Frier, Esq., Co-Founding Partner. “Her experience and background, in addition to her history with our firm, make her a great addition to our team,” he added.

In addition to her legal work, Theresa has presented on various health law topics and was a panelist on the topic of the State-Action Exemption to Federal Antitrust Law at a NJSBA Health & Hospital Law Symposium. In recent years, she has added arbitration and mediation experience to her résumé, which reflects her commitment to creative and cooperative legal problem-solving.

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