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Robins Kaplan Expands Health Care Litigation Group
February 22, 2021
Robins Kaplan is pleased to announce that Partner Gregory Voshell has joined the firm’s New York office. An experienced health care litigator, Voshell represents payors in disputes over a wide range of issues, including fraud, breach of contract, kickbacks, improper billing, Medicare and Medicaid abuse, and other related matters.
Voshell’s arrival at Robins Kaplan is the latest development in the Health Care Litigation Group’s recent expansion. In October, the firm announced that Paul Weller, a health care industry veteran, joined the firm’s Health Care Litigation Group. Before joining Robins Kaplan, Weller held a number of senior litigation positions at leading managed care organizations, including head of litigation, head of provider litigation, as well as special counsel to a corporate ethics committee. Together, Weller and Voshell bring decades of managed care litigation experience to bear on behalf of managed care companies who have payment disputes or suffered losses due to the fraudulent behavior of health care providers or others.
“Greg is a great fit for our Health Care Litigation Group,” said Jeff Gleason, group co-chair, “He knows the industry, and he knows how to recognize and litigate the types of disputes and fraud that managed care companies can fall victim to. It’s exactly the type of work we’ve been doing for our clients for years.”
“As a litigator, Robins Kaplan was a natural fit,” noted Voshell. “The firm has an unparalleled reputation for trial work.”
“Over the past five years, the Health Care Litigation Group has experienced incredible growth and helped our clients recover over $250 million in funds lost to fraudulent activity,” said Ron Schutz, Chair of the Executive Board and Managing Partner of the New York Office. “These efforts continue to provide huge benefits to our clients’ bottom lines, and the addition of Greg and Paul is an important step in growing our national footprint in this increasingly important area.”
About the Health Care Litigation Group
Robins Kaplan’s health care litigators help the firm’s clients drive revenue through proactive litigation against suspected perpetrators of fraud and abuse. The nationwide practice serves payor clients in complex arbitrations and in courts around the country in single, multi-party, and class actions.
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