BALTIMORE, Jan. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Cole Schotz P.C. is pleased to announce it has grown its Baltimore office with the addition of healthcare attorney Paul W. Kim. Mr. Kim, who joins as member, will lead the firm's new Healthcare Group, building on the firm's existing work with hospitals and physicians.
"With over 24 years of health law experience, Paul has a remarkably comprehensive understanding of the U.S. healthcare industry and broad range of clients," said Irving E. Walker, managing partner of Cole Schotz's Baltimore office. "Formalizing our Healthcare Group behind Paul's leadership allows us to expand our service offerings and better serve our clients in the industry. This is also consistent with our plan to expand our Baltimore office with highly respected and talented lawyers -- those with diverse skills and backgrounds who recognize the extraordinary opportunity we have to practice law as a close-knit group of lawyers in a dynamic, nimble and very successful law firm."
Paul represents U.S. healthcare providers and domestic and international manufacturers on practically all aspects of health law, including corporate compliance counseling, reimbursement litigation, Medicare audits and Medicare coverage. He has worked on reimbursement, fraud and abuse, privacy and clinical research issues from the patient, and provider and government perspectives, resulting in a complete and in-depth understanding of the U.S. healthcare system.
"Cole Schotz has earned the trust of its clients through nearly a century of exceptional service and I am grateful for the opportunity to launch and lead a new practice dedicated to the healthcare industry," said Mr. Kim. "I look forward to working with this diverse group of highly ethical, talented and dedicated attorneys."
Mr. Kim, who joins the firm from Ober Kaler, earned his B.A. and M.P.H. from The Johns Hopkins University. He earned his J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law.
About Cole Schotz:
Cole Schotz serves clients nationally from its offices in New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Texas. The firm represents a variety of entities including private equity firms, hedge funds, closely-held businesses, Fortune 500 companies, as well as select individuals. Founded in 1928, the firm has grown to over 130 attorneys who work in a number of primary areas of practice: Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring, Construction Services, Corporate, Finance & Business Transactions, Employment Law, Healthcare, Intellectual Property, Litigation, Real Estate, Real Estate Special Opportunities, Tax, Trusts & Estates and White Collar Defense & Investigations.
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