Lisa W. Clark practices in the area of healthcare law with emphasis on federal and state regulatory issues applicable to providers, including HIPAA and privacy, cybersecurity, mobile and digital health, managed care contracting, advertising, and traditional and innovative provider reimbursement through new delivery models such as pay-for-performance, value-based contracting, and accountable care organizations (ACOs). Ms. Clark leads the firm's Health Information Technology, mHealth, and Telemedicine Multidisciplinary Team.
Contact Lisa at: [email protected]
Seth A. Goldberg advises public and private companies, and their boards and executives, in matters involving antitrust and competition, contractual obligations, fiduciary duties, fraud and misrepresentation, regulatory requirements, and securities. Because of his business and legal acumen, responsiveness, and attention to detail, Mr. Goldberg's clients consider him a strategic partner who will work with them to achieve a result that is optimal for their business and/or individual interests. In this connection, Mr. Goldberg has obtained successful results in federal and state courts and arbitral forums throughout the United States, as well as in regulatory/governmental matters, including investigations by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, and the New York Attorney General. In addition to his winning decisions, Mr. Goldberg has negotiated favorable settlements for his clients, and carefully weighs with them the question whether to pursue a settlement or an adjudication on the merits.
Highlights of Mr. Goldberg's recent experience include obtaining summary judgment on behalf of Virtua Health, Inc., a health system of four hospitals in southern New Jersey, against Deborah Heart and Lung Center, a specialty hospital in southern New Jersey, in federal antitrust litigation in which the court held Deborah failed to show any adverse effect on competition in the market; representing the CEO and Board Chairman of a publicly traded company in a high-profile SEC investigation that resulted in the SEC issuing a "no action" letter to conclude its multi-year enquiry; representing one of the world’s largest private equity firms in two separate $200M+ commercial disputes arising out of the merger and acquisition of two of its medical device portfolio companies, one of which resulted in a settlement that the client found favorable and the other of which is still pending; and favorable settlements in a number of shareholder class action and derivative lawsuits asserting claims for securities law violations and fiduciary duty breaches.
In connection with his trial practice, Mr. Goldberg has taught a course at Villanova Law School titled Complex Litigation Theory and Practice. He is also a member of the firm's Diversity and Inclusion Committee, a mentor for the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, and a mentor and mock trial coach for students at the Girard College High School.
Mr. Goldberg is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, the District of Columbia and Florida.
Contact Seth at: [email protected]