Matt is the deputy office managing member of the firm's Albany office. He concentrates his practice in administrative and regulatory law, with a focus in the areas of health care and ethics.
He advises all types of health care providers on a variety of matters, including statutory and regulatory program compliance; Medicaid enrollment, reporting, and reimbursement; service documentation requirements; provider audits; professional licensing and discipline; business relationships and combinations; false claims, anti-kickback and Stark Law implications; and transactional matters, including negotiating vendor and professional services contracts. Matt also counsels clients on public integrity issues, such as lobbying compliance; campaign finance; conflicts of interest, including gifts to public officials; and procurement contracting.
Matt has represented clients on a variety of matters involving several New York administrative and regulatory agencies, including the Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG), the Department of Health (DOH), the State Education Department (SED), as well as the Workers' Compensation Board (WCB), and the State Liquor Authority (SLA).
In addition, Matt counsels clients on general business and corporate matters, including formation, choice of business entity issues, board governance, and compliance concerns.