Alyson Leone is a shareholder in the Health Law and Corporate teams at Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A. Ms. Leone represents physicians, medical practices, ambulatory surgery centers, surgical practices, hospitals, drug rehabilitation facilities, continuing care retirement communities, wellness centers, dentists, dental practices, medical and dental management companies, and nursing homes. She advises clients on corporate transactional matters such as the formation and structure of healthcare entities, corporate practice of medicine issues, joint ventures, shareholder, operating and employment agreements and licensure compliance. Her work often involves analysis of federal and state statutes and regulations, including New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners regulations, New Jersey Department of Health licensing standards, HIPAA, fraud and abuse laws, anti-kickback laws and self-referral (Stark) laws.

In addition to her health law practice, Ms. Leone focuses on general corporate law, including formation and structure of business entities, negotiating and drafting contracts, ownership and asset sales and acquisitions, as well as general corporate counseling. 

Recognized as a "Star" lawyer by Acritas Stars, a database of over 10,000 client-nominated, stand-out lawyers in private practice, Ms. Leone has been praised by surveyed clients for her "attention to detail" and her ability to "negotiate effectively." She has been consistently recognized as a Leader in Healthcare by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business since 2015.  She has also been recognized in Health Care by Super Lawyers for 2010-2013 and 2015-2019 and in Best Lawyers in America in Health Care Law since 2014. In 2017, Ms. Leone was recognized by the New Jersey Law Journal as a New Leader of the Bar, an honor reserved for individuals who have positively impacted the legal community and who “represent the future of the legal profession.”

Ms. Leone  is a frequent speaker and a prolific author. Her publications include “Term and Termination Provisions,” AHLA Managed Care Handbook; “Physician/Hospital Relationships,” AHLA Representing Physicians Handbook; and “How State Law Issues May Affect Accountable Care Organizations,” AHLA ACO Handbook.

 

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