Why did a group of four construction attorneys from Nashville, Tennessee, join Epstein Becker Green’s health care team?

Health care construction is one of the most regulated fields of construction in the United States. It's regulated at the federal, state, and—in some instances—local levels. Our firm presents the group, including attorneys Chris Dunn, Keith Randall, Jeremy Oliver, and Briant Shumard, with an opportunity to connect with a deep bench of health care regulatory lawyers on a national level.

Our attorneys on the health care construction team are in a position to assist not only on traditional design construction issues, but on nuanced health care construction issues related to accreditation and reimbursement, and other forms of compliance that will help meet our clients’ needs.

Read our full announcement about the Nashville team and learn more about our health care construction law capabilities.

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