Practices

Healthcare

King & Spalding’s healthcare industry practice has grown to encompass more than 260 professionals who serve the entire spectrum of healthcare providers, practitioners, investors, manufacturers, suppliers, vendors, educators, researchers, and inventors.

Our growth as a professional firm to the healthcare industry is attributable to our track record in achieving outcomes our clients value. We become partners with our clients in developing and executing complex transactions, litigation strategies, government reimbursement solutions, regulatory compliance initiatives, managed care contracting strategies, and efficiency/cost reduction measures. We understand our clients’ business operations and shape our advice and counsel to the achievement of our clients’ strategic objectives. Our clients tell us that we excel not only in efficiently delivering uncompromising quality, but also in making our clients’ problems our own.

We participate directly in the industry ourselves, serving as trusted advisors, commentators on business trends, and advocates for the advancement of healthcare policy. Over the years we have been fortunate to have some of the best and brightest talents in our field join us in this work.

Practice Lawyers

Gary W. Eiland
Houston

Stephen L. Goff
Sacramento

Mark D. Polston
Washington, D.C.

Glen A. Reed
Atlanta

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Frequent finalist for the Chambers Award for Excellence in Healthcare


Chambers USA

Ranked "Band 1" in Healthcare with 39 lawyers cited among the nation's best


Chambers USA

Two past presidents and a current director of the American Health Lawyers Association are from K&S.

A top-ranked firm for healthcare and FDA law


U.S. News & World & News Report -- Best Law Firms

News

In the News · Source: Bloomberg Government Federal Contract Report

October 6, 2017
Gary Eiland quoted on a recent 5th Circuit ruling that is seen as a victory for False Claim defendants

In the News · Source: Report on Medicare Compliance

September 29, 2017
Sara Kay Wheeler discusses the evolution of compliance programs over the last 20 years

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