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Paul L. Croce - Associate

PAUL L. CROCE is an Associate with the firm’s Healthcare Practice Group. He represents a variety of healthcare clients, including physicians, dentists, hospitals and healthcare systems (non-profit and for-profits).  His practice in the field of healthcare includes work on hospital reimbursement matters before the Department of Health and the Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services as well as contracting, civil litigation and professional licensing matters. 

Mr. Croce also has substantial experience defending attorneys and other licensed professionals against claims of malpractice and ethics complaints.

Mr. Croce began his legal career at the firm of Kalison, McBride, Jackson & Robertson, P.C. in 2008. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Arizona State University and his Juris Doctorate, Cum Laude, from Seton Hall University School of Law with a concentration in Health Law in 2008. He is admitted to practice in New Jersey and New York as well as the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.

He has written articles on various health care topics and is a regular contributor to the Firm’s Health Care Law Blog.

REPRESENTATIVE MATTERS

  • Represented hospitals in Medicaid rate appeals and Medicaid calculation error appeals;
  • Represented hospitals in connection with appeals of their Medicaid Disproportionate Share Hospital subsidy allocations, including appeals of their Graduate Medical Education and Charity Care subsidies;
  • Represented healthcare providers in connection with commercial payor reimbursement disputes;
  • Represented hospitals in contract disputes with physicians, physician groups and other service providers;
  • Represented health care professionals in matters before their professional licensing boards;
  • Represented physicians in the negotiation of employment agreements;
  • Represented physician in connection with investigation conducted by New Jersey Office of the Attorney General;
  • Represented hospital system in responding to investigative subpoena served upon it by the United States Department of Justice;
  • Represented attorneys in defense of claims of legal malpractice by both clients and non-clients.