Grace D. Mack is co-chair of the Health Law group and a member of the Corporate group at Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A. On the healthcare side, Ms. Mack serves as a trusted legal advisor 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).
Ms. Mack was selected for inclusion in the 2017 and 2018 Chambers USA directory, as well as in New Jersey Super Lawyers in Health Law from 2011-2018. She was also included in New Jersey Super Lawyers "Top 50 Women" for 2018.
Also of Interest
- April 17, 2019Michael F. Schaff and Grace D. Mack to Present at New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education’s Effectively Representing Physicians Seminar
- March 19, 201943 Wilentz Attorneys Named to New Jersey Super Lawyers and Super Lawyers Rising Stars Lists
- December 20, 2018New York’s Opioid-Fee Law Blocked by Judge as Unconstitutional
- August 2, 2018United Healthcare Resolves New Jersey Enforcement Action