Grace D. Mack - Business and Healthcare Law Attorney
New Jersey, 1984
New York, 1985
LL.M in Taxation, New York University School of Law, 1987
J.D., Rutgers University School of Law - Newark, 1984
B.A., Rutgers-Newark College of Arts & Science with High Honors, 1981, Phi Beta Kappa
Grace D. Mack is a Shareholder in the Healthcare and the Business Law groups at Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer P.A. Her healthcare practice includes providing healthcare-related advice to physicians, professional practices, ambulatory surgery centers, laboratories, as well as other health care providers and businesses. She focuses on the business aspects of health care law in connection with a wide range of transactional, corporate, regulatory and governance matters.
She also assists clients with the development and structure of hospital affiliations, joint ventures, and with issues related to Medicare and commercial reimbursement and audits.
In the business law area, Ms. Mack focuses on general corporate law and corporate counseling. She has significant experience in stock and asset acquisitions and sales. In addition, she has experience in drafting, negotiation and providing legal consultation and document review to business entities of all sizes.
Ms. Mack lectures on behalf of the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education and has published many articles and other publications, including the New Jersey Law Journal and the American Health Lawyers Association ACO Handbook on How State Law Issues May Affect ACOs.
Ms. Mack served on the New Jersey Supreme Court District XII Attorney Ethics Committee, Member (2000-2001), Vice-Chair (2002- 2003) and Chair (2003-2004).
She has been selected for inclusion in the 2017 Chambers USA directory, as well as in New Jersey Super Lawyers® in Health Law since 2011 ("Top 50 Women Lawyers," 2018).
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- American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA)
- New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA), Health and Hospital Law Section
- New York State Bar Association (NYSBA), Health Law Section
- American Telemedicine Association (ATA)
- “Telemedicine in NJ-Opportunity or Danger Zone?” Health Finance Management Association Webinar, July 13, 2017
- “Telemedicine in New Jersey,” Atlantic City Conference, New Jersey Medical Group Management Association Webinar, June 15, 2017
- “10 Hot Topics in Health Law in 2017,” New Jersey ICLE - Representing Physicians, April 19, 2017 (Moderator and Speaker)
- “Telemedicine Update in New Jersey,” New Jersey Medical Group Management Association Webinar, February 14, 2017
- Telemedicine Presentation, NJSBA Health and Hospital Law Section on Telemedicine, January 11, 2017
- “Ethics and Professionalism in Corporate Transactions” with Hon. Frank Ciuffani, PJSC as Moderator, Annual Professionalism Day, Middlesex County Courthouse, October 20, 2016
- "Answering Questions About Telemedicine," Pediatric Super-Group Conference, May 27, 2016
- "ACOs and Interaction with State Law, Waivers, and Regulations," American Health Lawyers Association, Navigating Corporate Practice of Medicine Laws in a Value-Based Payment Environment, April 6, 2016
- "Health Law Fundamentals for Every Attorney – Health Law Fundamentals for Every Lawyer: Legal Ethics and Health Law," New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, April 6, 2016
- "Answering Questions About Telemedicine in New Jersey," New Jersey Medical Group Management Association, November 6, 2015
- "Representing Physicians Update," New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, 2015
- "CMS Finally Publishes the Final Rule on Returning Medicare Overpayments," Wilentz Health Law Check Up - June 2016
- "NJ Project Medicine Drop," Wilentz Health Law Check Up - June 2016
- "Introducing Stark Phase V," Wilentz Health Law Check Up - June 2016
- "OIG Issues Alert on Physician Compensation and Medical Director Arrangements," Wilentz Health Law Check Up - June 2016
- "New Jersey One Room Surgical Practice Update," Wilentz Health Law Alert - March 2016
- "5 New Laws Affecting New Jersey Physicians," Wilentz Health Law Alert - January 2016
- "SURPRISE!!! The NJ Out-of-Network Consumer Protection, Transparency, Cost Containment, and Accountability Act Goes Forward and Stalls," Wilentz Health Law Check Up - January 2016
- "10 Steps to Take Before Terminating a Physician-Patient Relationship," Wilentz Website, September 22, 2014
- "Here Comes the Sunshine Act," Wilentz Website, August 19, 2014
- "New Jersey Board of Dentistry Extends Deliberation on the Corporate Practice of Dentistry Rules Until November 3, 2014," Wilentz Website, August 19, 2014
- "OIG Issues “Special Fraud Alert” on Lab Payments for Specimen Processing and Data Registry," Wilentz Website, August 19, 2014
- Chapter 3, "Telemedicine," American Health Lawyers Association - Representing Physicians Handbook, 4th Edition, 2016
- Chapter 13, "How State Law Issues May Affect ACOs," American Health Lawyers Association - The ACO Handbook: A Guide to Accountable Care Organizations
Area of Emphasis:
- 10 Steps to Take Before Terminating a Physician-Patient Relationship
- CMS Finally Publishes the Final Rule on Returning Medicare Overpayments
- Here Comes the Sunshine Act
- Introducing Stark Phase V
- New Jersey Board of Dentistry Extends Deliberation on the Corporate Practice of Dentistry Rules Until November 3, 2014
- New Jersey Out-Of-Network Update
- New Jersey Telemedicine Law Update
- NJ Project Medicine Drop
- OIG Issues “Special Fraud Alert” on Lab Payments for Specimen Processing and Data Registry
- OIG Issues Alert on Physician Compensation and Medical Director Arrangements
- SURPRISE!!! The NJ Out-of-Network Consumer Protection, Transparency, Cost Containment, and Accountability Act Goes Forward and Stalls
- The Big Production About ASC Nonproduction
- WARNING: New York Percentage Billing Arrangements Under Attack. Medicaid Fraud Unit Is Seeking Recoupment from Providers Using Percentage Billing Arrangements
- Michael F. Schaff and Grace D. Mack Commented in BNA’s Health Care Daily Report on Allstate Ins. Co. v. Northfield Med. Ctr., P.C.