Multinational and startup businesses in health care, life sciences, and other industries trust attorney Ghatul Abdul Qayum (“Gah-tool Ab-dool Ka-yoom”) on a wide variety of health care law needs and business transactions.
Ghatul provides guidance related to compliance with fraud, waste, and abuse laws and regulations, including the Corporate Practice of Medicine Doctrine, third-party payor regulations, the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Stark Law, and HIPAA, as well as rules and regulations for health care entities related to COVID-19. Her work includes reviewing and structuring business plans and corporate documents to ensure compliance with pharmacy regulations in states including New Jersey, New York, and California. She also assists clients with the formation of management services organizations.
In addition, businesses, startups, pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies, physician practice groups, and universities count on Ghatul to represent them in mergers, acquisitions, and other health care transactions. Working directly with clients, senior management teams, board members, and stakeholders, she deftly guides clients through all phases of a transaction and assists with due diligence reviews.
Before joining Epstein Becker Green, Ghatul was an attorney at a regional law firm, where she focused her practice on health care, corporate, real estate, and employment law. Previously, she served as a law clerk in the Superior Court of New Jersey.