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As a client of Nixon Law Group, you have the expertise of the entire firm at your disposal. At the outset of our engagement, a Founding Partner will carefully curate the legal team best suited to addressing your particular needs. That team’s Lead Attorney will serve as your main point of contact for your matters. However, we value open lines of communication, and your Founding Partner will remain directly available to you for consultation on any aspect of your representation by the Firm. We encourage you to communicate openly with your Lead Attorney and/or Founding Partner regarding any new aspect of your matter so that we can make sure you always have the right team in place.


We find that services are provided most effectively and efficiently when there is a designated main point of contact within your organization for communication with us. That person should have the authority to convey final decisions relating to your matter. If your contact for billing and payment is different than your designated main point of contact, please be sure to let us know so that we can direct invoices appropriately.


This is a joint process. During our first meeting, we will discuss your goals, challenges, and priorities. This helps us develop a scope of work for the immediate and long term. The more we understand about your scope of work, the better able we are to map out a plan for the efficient and cost-effective resolution of your matter. 


Please make us aware of tasks with a specific deadline as soon as possible so that we can schedule our work accordingly!


That old adage “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” rings particularly true in healthcare — an industry that has now surpassed nuclear power and financial services as the most highly regulated industry in the U.S.! In our experience, our clients are better served when they are proactive in engaging with us - allowing us to review what may seem like a simple contract to find that it exposes you to unacceptable risk, or to advise you on a joint venture that appears to be a great idea from a business perspective but actually runs afoul of the fraud and abuse laws. As your attorneys, we would rather help you understand risks before you take them than to help you unwind an uninformed decision at much greater expense. So, before you sign, commit, or launch—pick up the phone and give us a call. We’ll be glad to hear from you!


Our innovative fee arrangements allow you to “buy down” your hourly fee by pre-purchasing bundles of hours. Your lead attorney will work with you to define the scope of work for your matter and recommend a fee arrangement that will maximize value based on your matter and budget. We will remind you when it is time to renew your bundle. We provide options for easy online payment that allows you to save your payment information and ensure that your work continues seamlessly.


The back-and-forth of email scheduling is inefficient and tiresome. If you'd like to set a meeting or call with us, you can use our online scheduling link to find a time that works for you and your NLG team.


We write about our work A LOT. We like to share the insights we get from working on real-life issues with clients. Head to our free resource page and download helpful materials and sign up for our monthly newsletter and keep up with The Latest in healthcare law. 


In addition to our substantive writing on several topics related to healthcare law and policy, we also post regularly on news, events, legal and regulatory changes, and commentary from leaders in our industry. Keep up with us and share our insights on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn!


We appreciate your feedback throughout the course of our engagement and at the close of a matter.  Our goal is your satisfaction with our service. If there is something you are unhappy with – or something you really appreciate – we want to know.  

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