Issues in healthcare have become increasingly complex, touching on almost every area of the law and Baker Sterchi’s practice. Our attorneys bring a broad-based understanding of the legal, medical and financial issues underpinning multiple aspects of the industry. Individual practice teams bring fine-tuned skills to each type of matter.
With a wealth of knowledge about evidence-based medicine, our attorneys have successfully represented individual medical professionals and healthcare institutions in state and federal courts. Baker Sterchi also represents medical professionals before state licensing agencies, and handles privilege-to-practice issues before state hospital boards in medical malpractice and professional liability cases. Other clients we represent in this area include doctors, nurses, pharmacists, laboratories and lab technicians, allied healthcare professionals, and others involved with providing care.
Our nationally recognized product liability team has successfully represented major manufacturers of pharmaceuticals and medical devices in complex class action, multi-district litigation, and mass tort cases. Our clients include Fortune 500 companies and other business entities involved in the manufacturing, marketing, and distributing of medications, medical devices, and medical supplies.
Baker Sterchi handles issues related to the formation and dissolution of practice groups, litigation that may arise from those transactions, and represents healthcare companies in commercial and employment law matters.
Healthcare industry clients we represent include:
- Doctors, nurses, allied healthcare professionals, and physicians groups
- Pharmacists and pharmacies
- Healthcare systems
- Long term care facilities
- Home health companies
- Medical laboratories and lab technicians
- Telehealth providers
- Manufacturers and distributors of pharmaceutical and medical devices
Our attorneys are frequently invited to speak and give presentations to medical students, hospital staff, lawyers, and other private sector groups.