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Carol Grelecki represents the Firm’s healthcare clients in a wide variety of corporate and transactional matters.  Her clients include physicians and physician groups, specialty practice societies, independent practice associations, hospitals, clinical laboratories, utilization managers, billing companies, and other medical professionals.

Carol also advises clients with regard to compliance, including matters pertaining to Medicare billing, fraud and abuse, and the Stark and Codey Laws.  Additionally, she represents clients in regulatory matters, including healthcare facility licensing issues and the preparation of required policies and procedures. She also reviews and negotiates managed care participation agreements and handles provider complaints against managed care companies.

Carol has been included in the “New Jersey Super Lawyers” list by Super Lawyers®* from 2018 – 2024, Ranked in Chambers USA* in Band 3 for health law from 2022-2023, and to the “Best Lawyers in America” list by Best Lawyers®* for Health Law since 2015.

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Each lawsuit handled by Carol depends on its unique facts and particular legal circumstances. The following are a list of results obtained by Carol on behalf of her clients:

  • Successfully represented an Orthopedic Center in the acquisition of 51% of the practice by a Large Healthcare system
  • Represented the client in the acquisition of three free-standing imaging facilities in the State of New Jersey.  The transaction was structured as an equity purchase, in which the client’s entity acquired one hundred percent of the Seller’s equity in the entity operator of the facilities.
  • Represented the client in the formation of a joint venture between an affiliate of the health care system and a community physician in connection with the acquisition of the assets of five clinical physical therapy entities.  The transaction was structured as contribution transaction, with the health care system contributing capital and the physician contributing assets to the joint venture.
  • Represented our client in the acquisition of two licensed imaging facilities in southern New Jersey.  The transaction was structured as an asset purchase.  In addition to the asset purchase transaction, we handled the licensure transfer application, physician employment agreements, and real estate lease negotiations.

*Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.


  • Board of Trustees, Healing the Children New Jersey, Inc.
  • Member, American Health Lawyers Association
  • Member, Radiology Business Management Association