Healthcare Law
AWD LAW® offers clients significant expertise in many of the complex state and federal laws, and regulations that affect healthcare providers and organizations.

AWD LAW® serves as general, corporate, and litigation counsel to healthcare organizations and providers, large and small. 


AWD LAW® advises healthcare clients on a daily basis on risk management, compliance, medical staff issues, employment, and more. AWD LAW® regularly defends healthcare clients in state, tribal, and federal courts, in Department of Justice investigations, and before state boards of practice. AWD LAW® offers clients significant expertise in many of the complex state and federal laws and regulations that affect healthcare providers and organizations, including HIPAA, the Affordable Care Act, state and federal quality privileges and protections, the Stark Law, and the Anti-kickback Statute.

Our clients include behavioral health providers and our practice also include advising clients on the current and fast-changing world of opioid regulations and best practices.

The AWD LAW® health law practice is led by Member Colleen E. Maring, who has been serving institutional clients and defending highly regulated professionals and professional services organizations since the first days of her career in Washington, D.C.  Today, Colleen devotes a substantial portion of her practice to representing healthcare organizations and practitioners, and is an active member of the American Health Lawyers Association and the Arizona Society of Healthcare Attorneys.

Attorney Colleen E. Maring devotes a substantial portion of her practice to representing healthcare organizations and practitioners, and is an active member of American Health Lawyers Association and the Arizona Society of Healthcare Attorneys. 


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