For the 8th consecutive year, the Wilentz Healthcare practice has been recognized as a top practice (Band 1) by Chambers USA in the 2022 edition. Our Healthcare Law practice is just one of two Healthcare law departments to receive this rank in New Jersey, based in part upon the firm's outstanding attorneys. Clients have noted and commented on the “combination of expertise and value” received.
Furthermore, Chambers USA has named Michael F. Schaff, Wilentz Health Law Co-Chair, with its highest rating, as the sole “Star Individual” across all practice areas in New Jersey for the third consecutive year. Client and market sources “lauded his work with large healthcare systems and physician groups” and described him as an attorney that stands as “a class of his own.”
The Chambers USA 2022 edition also named Peter A. Greenbaum, Grace D. Mack, Alyson M. Leone, and Jason J. Krisza, as “leading lawyers” in the New Jersey healthcare sector.
Grace D. Mack, Health Law Co-Chair, ranked Band 1 and was distinguished as “a really experienced, well-rounded healthcare attorney,” and referred to as “…a rock star. She is very responsive and patient.”
Clients described Peter A. Greenbaum, also ranked Band 1, as “a hidden gem in the national healthcare transactions arena. He is on par with the best in terms of his knowledge base and expertise” and as “an integral partner to the success of the organizations he serves.”
Alyson M. Leone, Band 2, was esteemed for her practice advising both individual and institutional healthcare providers, and clients stating she is someone of “trust to provide me with the information and legal guidance needed in the healthcare sector.”
Jason J. Krisza, ranked as an Associate to Watch, was described as being “very thorough in physician contracts and negotiations,” and as an attorney that is “analytical, objective and extremely smart.”
Regarding the team as a whole, clients said, “They have a solid understanding of the medical contract arena and have been able to help us navigate through the difficult COVID-19 era successfully.”
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