Healthcare Litigation

Frier Levitt represents healthcare professionals in prosecuting and defending a wide range of litigation and arbitration matters on both an individual and class-action basis. Because of the comprehensive knowledge that our healthcare attorneys have developed through decades of experience and research advising clients on regulatory, transactional and litigation issues, we are able to harness that knowledge to achieve optimal and efficient results.

Frier Levitt routinely litigates and arbitrates a wide variety of disputes, including restrictive covenant actions (including non-competition and non-solicitation disputes), partner/member/shareholder liability suits, breach of contract actions, equipment lease actions, and personal guaranty litigation, as well as oppression claims, deadlock claims, and breach of fiduciary duty claims arising out of the New Jersey’s Business Corporation Act and Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act.

In addition, Frier Levitt has carved out a niche for itself representing thousands of pharmacies across the United States in litigating and arbitrating abusive audit practices by Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBM). Our attorneys also commonly assist pharmacies with network admission and termination disputes, board of pharmacy complaints and agency investigation proceedings, as well as Medicare/Medicaid audit disputes.

While our attorneys welcome the opportunity to negotiate swift, cost-effective and favorable settlements of our clients’ litigation/arbitration matters, we prepare for and vigorously prosecute/defend each case with an eye towards taking the case to trial for a final adjudication on the merits.

Contact Frier Levitt today to speak to an attorney.