Mr. Cody has more than 20 years of experience representing clients across the health care, life sciences, and digital health industries, providing strategic counseling, and leading civil health care fraud investigations. He represents a diverse set of clients, such as hospitals, health systems, physicians, post-acute care entities, digital health and medical technology companies, life sciences organizations, and investors on a broad range of complex regulatory, compliance, privacy, and transactional matters. Mr. Cody assists clients in navigating evolving federal and state laws and regulations regarding pricing and reimbursement, licensing and accreditation, state corporate practice of medicine, privacy and consent, federal and state anti-kickback statutes, and federal and state self-referral provisions. He additionally oversees regulatory due diligence in mergers, acquisitions, and other transactional matters.
Drawing upon knowledge gained from representing a wide range of health care industry sector clients and leveraging his extensive regulatory and compliance background, Mr. Cody represents clients in fraud and abuse matters in federal and state courts around the country, with an emphasis on matters involving the civil False Claims Act and similar state laws. He also conducts internal investigations and leads mediation and settlement negotiations.
“Dan is a recognized leader in health care fraud and abuse as well as regulatory matters,” said Mintz Managing Member, Bob Bodian. “With over two decades of experience, he has a strong understanding of the evolving business and legal challenges impacting health care providers, suppliers, and life sciences companies. His arrival enhances our digital health capabilities and bolsters our growing team in California. Moreover, Dan strengthens our ability to provide the kind of insightful strategic business and legal advice our clients have come to expect from us.”
Mr. Cody has been recognized as a leading attorney by Chambers USA and is a member of the American Bar Association (Health Law Section), American Health Lawyers Association, and California Society for Healthcare Attorneys. He is also an honorary board member of Larkin Street Youth Services, a nonprofit empowering young people to move beyond homelessness.
Mr. Cody is the latest addition to the firm’s fast-growing San Francisco office. Last week, Marc Axelbaum, a versatile litigator who represents U.S. and international clients in criminal and civil cases as well as in sensitive internal, SEC, and regulatory investigations, joined the office. Mintz anticipates significant expansion in San Francisco this year as the demand for sophisticated legal services continues to rise.
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