Nili focuses her practice on complex transactions, regulatory compliance, and graduate medical education matters. She has extensive experience in health care transactional matters such as hospital joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions, and affiliations. She also assists proprietary and tax-exempt hospital systems with medical staff matters, organizational documents, and negotiating agreements with third-party vendors.
Her regulatory practice involves assisting clients in the development of corporate compliance programs, structuring proposed transactions, and business relationships to comply with federal and state anti-kickback and self-referral statutes, HIPAA and health information privacy, and tax-exemption rules. She also counsels payor clients on both governmental and internal audits, developing and implementing state-approved management and provider contracts, and claims processing disputes with providers.
Nili’s practice also includes regularly assisting academic medical centers, teaching hospitals, and residency training programs across the country with ACGME accreditation issues, including program evaluations, compliance with the Institutional, Common, and Program-Specific Requirements, and appeals of adverse actions by the various Residency Review Committees of the ACGME.
During law school, Nili was the Second Circuit review editor for the Brooklyn Law Review.
Recognitions & Awards
New York Super Lawyers: Rising Star - Health Care (2014)
Professional & Community Involvement
Member, New York Bar Association
Member, American Healthcare Lawyers Association