“Employers can get tangled in the complex web of employment laws. That’s why we give clients practical, real-world workplace solutions to help them stay in compliance while also addressing their business needs.”

Mike Arnold, Member, Employment, Labor & Benefits Practice
Mintz Levin. Not your standard practice.

“Because we understand the laws and regulations that govern the business of health care, we can do more than just represent health care industry clients. We can advise on how to be compliant and successful at the same time.”

Karen Lovitch, Practice Leader, Health Law Practice
Mintz Levin. Not your standard practice.

“These days, technology, market conditions, and the law are changing more quickly than ever. We stay ahead of it all so our clients get more than good legal advice; they get advice that advances their business interests.”

Mike Renaud, Division Head, Intellectual Property Practice
Mintz Levin. Not your standard practice.

“We’re lawyers who think like private equity investors and the owners of companies they invest in. That’s why we have a reputation for successfully closing even the most complex deals on behalf of our clients.”

Kurt Steinkrauss, Co-chair, Private Equity Practice
Mintz Levin. Not your standard practice.

“We get in the trenches with our clients to understand their business, inside and out, and work side-by-side with our clients to provide creative and pragmatic legal solutions that work with their business strategies.”

Terri Shieh-Newton, Member, Intellectual Property Practice
Mintz Levin. Not your standard practice.
Diversity at Mintz Levin – Yalonda Howze, Member, Litigation Practice
Yalonda Howze talks about how diversity is integral to the culture of the firm. Watch Video »
On May 27, 2015, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) published a 653-page proposed rule affecting the thirty-nine states (plus the District of Columbia) that use managed care organizations (“MCOs”) to administer their Medicaid benefits. This represents the first major overhaul of the Medicaid managed care system since the rules were established in 2002, now covering approximately seventy percent of all Medicaid enrollees. Read More »