Ken is a partner in the Corporate practice group in the firm's Los Angeles office. Chambers USA ranks him highly for Healthcare, where he was commended for his "broad-based ability in the regulatory area." Clients appreciate that "his explanations are clear, and he understands the business side of things," notes Chambers 2016.

Areas of Practice

Ken represents a wide range of healthcare providers and healthcare companies, including specialty and general acute hospitals (including local district, nonprofit and for-profit facilities), home health agencies, specialty pharmacy and infusion centers, pharmaceutical vendors, nursing facilities, and health information and management providers.

Ken has experience in Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and certification, state licensing, and federal regulatory compliance.

Additionally, he counsels clients on physician referral law limitations, state and federal fraud and abuse issues, and state and federal false claims and program fraud matters.

Ken helps clients both establish and operate healthcare compliance programs. He has developed corporate compliance programs designed to identify Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and certification issues, licensing and federal regulatory compliance matters, fraud and abuse issues, as well other regulatory compliance matters. He has assisted clients in both internal and external investigations of healthcare facilities and has experience in advising clients on disclosure and reporting obligations and strategies under the various federal and state false claims laws.



Healthcare Lawyer of the Year - Los Angeles, Best Lawyers in America, 2017-2019

RAVES (Recognizing AHLA Volunteer Engagement and Success) Recipient, American Health Lawyers Association, 2016

Leading Lawyer, Chambers USA, 2005-2021

AV® Preeminent Rated, Martindale-Hubbell®

Healthcare, Legal 500, 2010, 2011, 2013-2015

Best Lawyer in America, Best Lawyers, 2011-2022

Southern California Super Lawyer, Super Lawyers, 2009-2021



Healthcare Law Blog Posts

Speaking Engagements

  • "HIPAA Third-Party Assurance: Learning Lessons and Moving Forward," HITRUST 2019 Annual Conference, May 22, 2019
  • "CFO Roundtable: The Sunshine Act," Hardesty LLC, June 18, 2013
  • "Governmental Disclosure: The Ins and Outs and Ups and Downs," Physician Practice Compliance Conference, Health Care Compliance Association, October 2006
  • "Fraud and Abuse in the Pharmaceutical Industry," OIG Update, 2005
  • “Fraud and Abuse in the Pharmaceutical Industry,” Best Practices for Using Health Care Professionals as Consultants, 2004
  • "The Medicare Modernization Act: Medicare Part B," Los Angeles County Bar Association, Healthcare Section, 2004
  • "The Medicare Modernization Act: A General Review," California Society of Healthcare Attorneys, Annual Meeting, 2004
  • “Managed Care Contracting and Corporate Compliance," Council of Ethical Organizations, 2003
  • "The Basics of Managed Care Contracting," American Health Lawyers Association, Hospitals and Health Systems Conference, 2002
  • "The Other Side of Compliance: Disclosure," Healthcare Financial Management Association, 2001
  • "Risk Sharing, Gainsharing and Incentive Design: What Can Providers Do Now?," American Health Lawyers Association, Institute on Medicare and Medicaid Payment Issues, 2000 and 2001
  • "Compliance Programs: Minimizing Risks in an Era of Increasing Enforcement," Healthcare Financial Management Association, 2000




Vice Chair, Healthcare Facility Operations Interest Group, 2013-2014

American Health Lawyers Association



J.D., State University of New York - Buffalo Law School, 1989

M.P.H., Harvard University, 1990

B.A., Haverford College, 1986


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