Eric Fader has represented healthcare providers in connection with business planning and contractual issues, transactional matters, and federal and state regulatory compliance for more than 30 years. Clients have included private practices of all types, imaging centers, ambulatory surgery centers, pharmacies, home health agencies and nursing homes.
Eric advises clients on reimbursement issues, federal and state anti-kickback and self-referral issues, HIPAA and HITECH Act matters (including privacy and data breaches), Affordable Care Act compliance, hospital privilege and medical staff issues, payor audits, and state licensure and certificate of need matters. He has also represented insurers and third-party administrators, provider networks, medical device suppliers, equipment vendors and lessors, and providers of electronic medical records and other online healthcare services in contractual and regulatory matters.
Eric's work for clients both within and outside the healthcare field includes organizational matters, corporate governance and structuring/restructuring advice, operating agreements, shareholder and partnership agreements and disputes, labor and employment law issues, private securities offerings, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions.
Eric is the Editor-in-Chief of Day Pitney's Healthcare Law Blog and a frequent commentator on healthcare issues in Bloomberg BNA, Law360 and other publications.
Frequently recommended by the American College of Radiology to its members seeking healthcare counsel in New York and New Jersey
Advised private equity clients regarding compliance with federal law and the healthcare laws and licensing requirements of all 50 states, in numerous acquisitions of clinical laboratories and other healthcare facilities
Extensive experience in the intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring (IONM) field, including representing regional service providers, billing companies, technologists and other entities regarding state and federal regulatory issues, billing and coding disputes and appeals, contracts with hospitals and other facilities, corporate structuring and intracompany transactions, and labor and employment matters
Represented a healthcare information service provider in the contribution of its equity interests to a new holding company in a Section 351 exchange
Led a team of seven lawyers in negotiating and drafting stock purchase agreements and ancillary documents for the sale of a well-known consumer products company to nine separate acquirers, and the simultaneous negotiation and execution of nine sets of licensing and manufacturing supply agreements
Negotiated and drafted operating agreements and private offering documents for an investment by a consortium of U.S., U.K. and Saudi investors in the U.S. and offshore affiliates of a Boston-based biotechnology company
magna cum laude1980