Lisa Boyle is a partner and chairs Robinson+Cole’s Health Law Group. She has spent more than 23 years representing a wide variety of health care providers, including hospitals, physicians, physician groups, ambulatory surgery centers, nursing homes, home health agencies, continuing care retirement communities, and federally qualified health centers. Ms. Boyle has extensive experience advising health care providers on medical staff and peer review issues, physician recruitment and compensation, medical staff bylaws, management arrangements, electronic medical records, EMTALA, the Stark law and anti-kickback statute, corporate governance, corporate compliance, gainsharing issues, clinical integration and antitrust issues, and risk management and patient care issues. Ms. Boyle has represented health care providers in complex transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private placements, and reorganizations. She regularly serves as counsel to hospitals and physicians’ groups in forming and preparing organizational documents for various joint venture structures.
Ms. Boyle lectures frequently on a variety of health care topics, including physician recruitment, physician compensation, peer review, HIPAA, and informed consent. She is the author of the book entitled HIPAA-a Guide to Health Care Privacy and Security Law, published by Aspen Publishers. Read more at rc.com.
Nathaniel Arden is a member of Robinson+Cole’s Health Law Group. He advises hospitals, physician groups, community providers, and other health care entities on a wide variety of health law and business matters. He regularly assists clients with transactional and regulatory issues, including Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse, health information privacy and security, compliance, licensure, clinical trials and health care-related information technology issues. Read his full rc.com bio here.
Conor Duffy is a member of Robinson+Cole’s Health Law Group and the firm’s Data Privacy + Security Team. Mr. Duffy advises hospitals, physician groups, accountable care organizations, community providers, post-acute care providers, and other health care entities on general corporate matters and health care issues. He provides legal counsel on a full range of transactional and regulatory health law issues, including contracting, licensure, mergers and acquisitions, the False Claims Act, the Stark Law, Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse laws and regulations, HIPAA compliance, state breach notification requirements, and other health care regulatory matters. Read his full rc.com bio here.
Kathleen Healy advises health care entities on transactional and complex health care regulatory matters. She represents a wide range of clients, including hospital systems, behavioral health providers, physician groups, accountable care organizations, clinically integrated networks and data collaboratives. She is a member of the firm’s Health Law Group and the Health Care Industry and Data Privacy + Cybersecurity Teams. View Kate’s full bio on rc.com.
Les Levinson is the co-chair of the Transactional Healthcare Practice Group at Robinson+Cole. His practice concentrates on transactional, regulatory, and compliance matters for healthcare and life science clients, including home care and hospice companies, other non-acute providers, physician practices, hospitals, information technology and medical device companies, healthcare equipment providers and healthcare investors, lenders, and related enterprises and he has completed over 300 M&A and financing transactions. Read his full rc.com bio here.
Danielle H. Tangorre represents and advises a broad range of health care providers, including clinical laboratories, long-term care facilities, behavioral health providers, substance abuse providers, physician group practices and licensed healthcare providers. Read her full rc.com bio here.
Melissa (Lisa) Thompson
Lisa Thompson advises companies, senior management, and boards of directors, with a focus on the health care, life sciences, technology, and food and beverage industries. She is a member of the firm’s Health Law Group, Government Investigations, Food and Beverage Industry Group, and Data Privacy + Cybersecurity Team. Lisa is co-chair of the Health Law Section of the Boston Bar Association. She also serves as an international and domestic arbitrator on the Commercial, Life Sciences, and Health Care panels of the American Arbitration Association. She is a member of the AAA Life Sciences Advisory Council and the advisory committee for the Boston International Arbitration Council (BIAC).
Lisa has represented domestic and international clients in the health care, life sciences, technology, and food and beverage industries. Lisa handles a range of matters, including corporate law and contracting, government investigations and audits, clinical research law, and matters involving Institutional Review Boards (IRBs). She has extensive experience representing clients on matters involving privacy and security including HIPAA, reimbursement, Medicare and Medicaid, state and federal surveys and termination actions, managed care disputes, pharmacy and compounding laws, fraud and abuse, Stark Law, anti-kickback, and federal program exclusions. Read her full rc.com bio here.
Peter Struzzi has represented and advised hospitals, health systems and other health care entities on a variety of health law and business issues over his more than 30-year career. His practice focuses on health care-related contractual, transactional and regulatory matters. Prior to joining the firm, Peter served as Vice President and General Counsel of a hospital and health system in Connecticut. Read his full rc.com bio.
Michael Lisitano is a member of the firm’s Health Law Group. He advises hospitals, health systems, physician groups, and other health care entities on general corporate matters and a variety of health law issues.