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Vinay Kohli is a trial lawyer who represents healthcare industry clients.  His clients include hospital systems, specialty-physician groups, skilled-nursing facilities and other post-acute care providers.  He also represents private equity backed healthcare clientele in the healthcare technology and revenue cycle management space.

Credentials

J.D., The University of Texas School of Law, cum laude

M.Acc., The University of Texas at Austin

B.B.A., The University of Texas at Austin, magna cum laude

California

Texas

American Health Lawyers Association

English

Southern California Rising Stars


Super Lawyers Magazine, 2015-2019

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Recognition

Southern California Rising Stars


Super Lawyers Magazine, 2015-2019

Matters

In re Skilled Nursing Facilities, JCCP No. 4988. Vinay served as lead class action defense counsel for the administrative services entity in a group of twenty class action matters arising from allegations of facility understaffing.

Sunrise Hospital System v. Sierra Health Services/United Healthcare. Vinay represented the Sunrise Hospital system in Las Vegas against United Healthcare's Nevada affiliate in a multitude of managed care disputes arising from underpayment of emergency medical services, post-stabilization services, and NICU inpatient care.

Universal Health Services, Inc. v. Aetna. Mr. Kohli represented a large hospital system in an out-of-network underpayment dispute arising from the use of a leased network. The case was resolved favorably for the client prior to trial.

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In re Skilled Nursing Facilities, JCCP No. 4988. Vinay served as lead class action defense counsel for the administrative services entity in a group of twenty class action matters arising from allegations of facility understaffing.

Sunrise Hospital System v. Sierra Health Services/United Healthcare. Vinay represented the Sunrise Hospital system in Las Vegas against United Healthcare's Nevada affiliate in a multitude of managed care disputes arising from underpayment of emergency medical services, post-stabilization services, and NICU inpatient care.

Universal Health Services, Inc. v. Aetna. Mr. Kohli represented a large hospital system in an out-of-network underpayment dispute arising from the use of a leased network. The case was resolved favorably for the client prior to trial.

Alaburda v. Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Mr. Kohli second-chaired a historic jury trial against a law school for the misreporting of employment statistics. The case was later credited as one of the catalysts of reform to the legal education services industry.

Golightly v. Molina, 229 Cal. App. 4th 1501 (2014). Mr. Kohli was key member of the legal team in both trial court and the Court of Appeal that successfully defended Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors in a widely-publicized taxpayer lawsuit that targeted their budgeting practices. After years of litigation, the County prevailed on summary judgment and the judgment was upheld on appeal.

In the Matter of Ventura County, Provider No. TCM5606. Mr. Kohli served as lead counsel for the County of Ventura in a “bellwether” Medi-Cal appeal before the Office of Administrative Hearings and Appeals relating to a Targeted Case Management Services program.

SCC Alameda Point v. City of Alameda. Mr. Kohli successfully represented one of the country's largest privately-owned real estate developers against a municipality based on the alleged breach of an exclusive negotiating agreement

Wimbledon Financing Funds, Ltd. v. David Molner. Mr. Kohli obtained a complete dismissal of fraud and breach of fiduciary duty claims that investors brought against the manager and investment services advisor of a Cayman Islands-based hedge fund.

Technology Integration Group v. Trace3, Inc. Mr. Kohli obtained dismissal of trade secret misappropriation and unfair business practices claims on summary judgment on behalf of a technology company and its employees (AAA Arbitration).

Cameron Pointe LLC v. East West Bank. Mr. Kohli obtained summary judgment and recovered more than $1 million in attorneys’ fees on behalf of a lender sued by a commercial real estate developer for fraud and breach of contract

Matters

In re Skilled Nursing Facilities, JCCP No. 4988. Vinay served as lead class action defense counsel for the administrative services entity in a group of twenty class action matters arising from allegations of facility understaffing.

Sunrise Hospital System v. Sierra Health Services/United Healthcare. Vinay represented the Sunrise Hospital system in Las Vegas against United Healthcare's Nevada affiliate in a multitude of managed care disputes arising from underpayment of emergency medical services, post-stabilization services, and NICU inpatient care.

Universal Health Services, Inc. v. Aetna. Mr. Kohli represented a large hospital system in an out-of-network underpayment dispute arising from the use of a leased network. The case was resolved favorably for the client prior to trial.

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Matters

In re Skilled Nursing Facilities, JCCP No. 4988. Vinay served as lead class action defense counsel for the administrative services entity in a group of twenty class action matters arising from allegations of facility understaffing.

Sunrise Hospital System v. Sierra Health Services/United Healthcare. Vinay represented the Sunrise Hospital system in Las Vegas against United Healthcare's Nevada affiliate in a multitude of managed care disputes arising from underpayment of emergency medical services, post-stabilization services, and NICU inpatient care.

Universal Health Services, Inc. v. Aetna. Mr. Kohli represented a large hospital system in an out-of-network underpayment dispute arising from the use of a leased network. The case was resolved favorably for the client prior to trial.

Alaburda v. Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Mr. Kohli second-chaired a historic jury trial against a law school for the misreporting of employment statistics. The case was later credited as one of the catalysts of reform to the legal education services industry.

Golightly v. Molina, 229 Cal. App. 4th 1501 (2014). Mr. Kohli was key member of the legal team in both trial court and the Court of Appeal that successfully defended Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors in a widely-publicized taxpayer lawsuit that targeted their budgeting practices. After years of litigation, the County prevailed on summary judgment and the judgment was upheld on appeal.

In the Matter of Ventura County, Provider No. TCM5606. Mr. Kohli served as lead counsel for the County of Ventura in a “bellwether” Medi-Cal appeal before the Office of Administrative Hearings and Appeals relating to a Targeted Case Management Services program.

SCC Alameda Point v. City of Alameda. Mr. Kohli successfully represented one of the country's largest privately-owned real estate developers against a municipality based on the alleged breach of an exclusive negotiating agreement

Wimbledon Financing Funds, Ltd. v. David Molner. Mr. Kohli obtained a complete dismissal of fraud and breach of fiduciary duty claims that investors brought against the manager and investment services advisor of a Cayman Islands-based hedge fund.

Technology Integration Group v. Trace3, Inc. Mr. Kohli obtained dismissal of trade secret misappropriation and unfair business practices claims on summary judgment on behalf of a technology company and its employees (AAA Arbitration).

Cameron Pointe LLC v. East West Bank. Mr. Kohli obtained summary judgment and recovered more than $1 million in attorneys’ fees on behalf of a lender sued by a commercial real estate developer for fraud and breach of contract

Credentials

J.D., The University of Texas School of Law, cum laude

M.Acc., The University of Texas at Austin

B.B.A., The University of Texas at Austin, magna cum laude

California

Texas

American Health Lawyers Association

English

Southern California Rising Stars


Super Lawyers Magazine, 2015-2019

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Recognition

Southern California Rising Stars


Super Lawyers Magazine, 2015-2019