Mathew J. Levy, Esq
Weiss Zarett Brofman Sonennklar & Levy
Phone: (516) 926-3320
Weiss, Zarett, Brofman, Sonennklar & Levy
Mathew J. Levy is a Partner of the firm and co-chairs the Firms corporate transaction and healthcare regulatory practice. Mr. Levy has particular experience in, structuring and negotiating joint venture agreements, private equity transactions, venture capital transactions, stock purchase, asset sale agreements, shareholders agreements, partnership agreements, settlement agreements, employment contracts, managed care agreements and commercial leases. Among the areas in which he focuses are coordinating mergers and acquisitions, compliance programs, ambulatory surgery centers, the establishment of diagnostic and treatment centers, HIPAA privacy regulations, fee-splitting issues, Stark law issues, fraud and abuse rules and regulations and Medicare/ Medicaid, Oxford, Americhoice and other third party payor audits.
A dynamic speaker and prolific author, he has lectured at Yale University, Beth Israel Medical Center, NYU Downstate Hospital, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, St. Vincent’s Hospital & Med Center, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Montefiore Hospital among others on a wide range of health law issues including multi-specialty groups, fraud and abuse, medical records, confidentiality of protected health information, employment contract negotiations, and licensure issues related to interviews and hearings with the Office of Professional Medical Conduct as well as the Office of Professional Discipline.
He has authored numerous articles on various health law topics including Physician Employment Agreements, Managed Care Audits, Physician Leases, The Anti-Kickback Statute, Asset Protection, and Concierge Medical Practices among others and has been featured on a cable TV show “The Hot Seat”. Mr. Levy advises healthcare clients on the day-to-day business operations that have the attention of the FBI, Office of Inspector General, Office of Medicaid Inspector General including the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, District Attorneys and the U.S. Attorney’s Office.