Enduring Dedication to the Industry
Since 1973, the Health Care and Life Sciences practice of Epstein Becker Green (EBG) has been at the forefront of health care law, taking the lead in understanding, interpreting and shaping the issues and regulations that affect health care and life sciences institutions. We have counseled clients through many milestones in health care law—from the enactment of health planning and other major federal health legislation in the 1970s, to the passage of new Medicare legislation and, most recently, the passage of health reform in 2010.
Our Health Care and Life Sciences has been recognized by American Lawyer magazine as one of the most prestigious practices in the United States and is consistently among the largest health care practices in the country according to Modern Healthcare. We’re also ranked nationally in Tier 1 for Health Care Law by U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” (2017) and highly ranked in Healthcare – Nationwide (and in the District of Columbia, New York, and New Jersey) by Chambers USA (2016). Additionally, our Health Care and Life Sciences practice was named a “Health Care Practice Group of the Year” for 2014 by Law360, and numerous EBG lawyers have been consistently ranked at the top of their field in health care by such publications as Chambers USA, The Best Lawyers in America, The Legal 500 United States, and Super Lawyers.
The mission of the Health Care and Life Sciences practice at Epstein Becker Green is to improve health care by providing legal services unparalleled in quality, value and responsiveness to the entire range of organizations involved in making the system work. Our vision is to be the leading health care and life sciences legal practice through unwavering focus and dedication, and our long-standing, steadfast commitment to client service and value.
The breadth of experience delivered by our Health Care and Life Sciences practice—to all players throughout every sector of the health care delivery system—sets us apart. We know the industry inside and out. You might say, it’s in our genes.