Gregory Voshell is an experienced commercial litigator who focuses his practice on the health care space. He frequently represents insurers in disputes with providers on a range of issues, including kickbacks, improper billing, fraud, ERISA-based claims, and other related matters.
Throughout his career, Gregory has demonstrated a particular aptitude for identifying bad actors in the health care system and working to ensure that the impacted payors are compensated for their losses.
In addition to his health care litigation practice, Gregory handles a broad spectrum of commercial matters, including financial litigation, class action litigation, appellate representation, and other complex legal disputes.
Clients value Gregory’s tenacity in the courtroom, as well as the practical, detail-oriented approach he takes to matter management. Gregory’s practice is also defined by his geographic reach—over the course of his career, he has been admitted to 10 courts and state bars and appeared in over 20 federal courts.
Gregory previously clerked for the Hon. William H. Yohn, Jr. of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of Villanova University School of Law, where he served as a managing editor for the Villanova Law Review.
Prior to Joining Robins Kaplan LLP:
Warren Hill, LLC v. SFR Equities, LLC (E.D. Pa.): Appellate and trial counsel in securing and preserving $10 million judgment in complex contract action involving specialty finance companies in Chicago, Florida, and Puerto Rico.
Aetna Better Health of Pennsylvania Inc. v. Pa. Dept. of Health (Pa. Cmwlth. Ct.): Counsel for petitioner in two matters challenging the Commonwealth’s procurement for its Managed-Medicaid program; overturned ~$30 billion procurement twice, in each instance to the substantial benefit of client.
Aetna Life Insurance Co. v. Huntingdon Valley Surgery Center (E.D. Pa.) Counsel for Plaintiff in matter recognizing for first time that waiver of cost-share obligations can prompt fraud claim under Pennsylvania statutory and common law.
University Spine Center v. Aetna, Inc. (3d. Cir.): Trial and appellate counsel in case involving enforceability, within the Third Circuit, of anti-assignment provisions in health benefit plans.
Espenscheid v. DirectSat USA, LLC (W.D. Wis.): Defense counsel in nationwide class action defense involving the alleged underpayment of wages; secured decertification of the class.
Confidential Arbitrations: Counseled managed care companies in numerous and substantial private and confidential arbitrations involving pharmaceutical pricing disputes, payor-provider contract disputes, Medicare compliance, and insurance broker disputes, among other topics.
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