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Chambers and Partners Recognizes Post & Schell Principals and Health Care Practice in Chambers USA 2021 Guide

Philadelphia, PA – May 27, 2021 – Post & Schell Principals Mason Avrigian, Jr., Christopher J. Barr, Paul R. McIntyre, Robin Locke Nagele, John N. Joseph, and Ronald H. Levine, and the Firm’s Health Care Practice Group have been ranked by Chambers and Partners in its annual survey, Chambers USA 2021. The annual guide rates attorneys and practice areas based on interviews with attorneys, clients, and corporate counsel.

  • Mr. Avrigian is ranked in the Construction – Pennsylvania category. He is a Principal in the Firm's Construction, Government Contracts & Surety Law Practice Group and represents owners, contractors, subcontractors, material producers, and other parties in construction matters and construction litigation in Southeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He also handles general commercial litigation matters and real estate transactions and disputes.
  • Mr. Barr is ranked in the Oil & Gas (Regulatory & Litigation) - Nationwide category. He is a Principal in Post & Schell’s Energy & Utilities Practice Group and his practice focuses on the regulation of natural gas utility and oil pipeline companies and trade associations under the Natural Gas Act, Interstate Commerce Act, the Hazardous Liquids Pipeline Safety Act, the Federal Power Act and a variety of other federal statutes.
  • Ms. Nagele is ranked in the Health Care - Pennsylvania category. She is Co-Chair of the Firm’s Health Care Practice Group and has a national healthcare litigation and consulting practice, in which she represents a broad range of proprietary and not-for-profit health care providers and health systems in litigation and regulatory compliance.  She litigates complex medical staff injunctive and damages litigation, and commercial healthcare cases.  She represents providers in medical staff disputes, and represents Patient Safety Organizations (PSOs) and Participating Providers with regard to legal compliance and privilege protection under the federal PSQIA.
  • Mr. McIntyre is ranked in the Environmental - Pennsylvania category. He is Co-Chair of the Firm’s Environmental Practice Group and focuses his practice on environmental issues associated with real estate and corporate transactions, and in heavily regulated industries, including environmental due diligence, contractual allocation of environmental risks and liabilities, regulatory compliance, environmental insurance, brownfields remediation and financing, remediation tax credits, and related regulatory counseling.
  • Mr. Joseph is ranked in the Litigation: White Collar Crime & Investigations – Pennsylvania category. He is Chair of the Firm's Internal Investigations & White Collar Defense Group and represents clients in complex civil and criminal investigations and cases brought under federal law, including the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, and the RICO Act. Mr. Joseph’s clients originate from a broad spectrum of industries, including: health care; pharmaceutical and medical device; securities, insurance, and financial services; food services; and manufacturing. 
  • Mr. Levine is ranked in the Litigation: White Collar Crime & Investigations – Pennsylvania category. He is a Senior Counsel in the Firm’s Internal Investigations & White Collar Practice Group and counsels and defends corporations, as well as directors, executives, professionals, and others, confronting potential allegations of fraud or other misconduct at all stages of the government enforcement cycle: pre-enforcement internal investigations and compliance/governance counseling; responding to government inquiries, audits, subpoenas, search warrants and investigations; and trials and appeals, be they administrative, civil, or criminal.

In addition, Post & Schell’s Health Care Practice Group, co-chaired by Paula G. Sanders and Ms. Nagele, was recognized in the Health Care - Pennsylvania category. The group is described by Chambers as an “expanding healthcare group that acts for clients such as long-term care providers, pharmaceutical companies, and hospitals,” with an “active regulatory compliance and litigation practice, fielding notable strength in medical staffing issues.”

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