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Bar and Court Admissions
  • New York
  • Florida
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
Education
  • University of Miami School of Law, magna cum laude, J.D.
    Executive Editor, University of Miami Business Law Review
  • University of Central Florida, B.S.
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Jocelyn E. Ezratty, Associate

973.364.5211 · 973.629.1591 Fax · jezratty@bracheichler.com

Jocelyn Ezratty maintains a transactional and regulatory compliance practice through the representation of a variety of healthcare clients, including physicians, ambulatory surgery centers, medical practices, hospitals, medical equipment suppliers, and entrepreneurs in the healthcare space. Jocelyn focuses her practice on corporate and healthcare transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and commercial business arrangements. She provides legal guidance on regulatory and operational matters that relate to anti-kickback laws, self-referral laws, insurance matters, licensure, change of ownership, payor reimbursement, HIPAA, and other laws and regulations applicable to healthcare clients.

Prior to joining Brach Eichler, Jocelyn gained experience representing healthcare clients on a broad range of legal actions, including medical licensure issues, government investigations, and complex business litigations involving contractual disputes, business torts, healthcare provider confidentiality, healthcare fraud, ERISA, and third-party payor disputes.

During law school, Jocelyn was the recipient of the Exemplary Service to the Poor Award for her participation in the University of Miami Health Rights Clinic’s medical-legal partnership. There, she advocated for low-income individuals in front of administrative agencies on behalf of her clients’ disability, immigration, and public benefits matters. While participating in the Health Rights Clinic, she also won an administrative appeal in federal court on behalf of her client, overruling a final decision by the Social Security Administration based on interpretations of the Social Security Act regulations.

Jocelyn also served as judicial intern in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida for the Honorable Barbara Areces and the Honorable Abby Cynamon.

Professional Activities
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  • Member, American Bar Association
  • Member, Florida Bar Association, Health Law Section
  • Member, New York Bar Association
Insights
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Newsletters, May 8, 2019
May 2019 Health Law Update
Newsletters, April 9, 2019
April 2019 Health Law Update

Events, April 3, 2019
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Alerts, January 15, 2019
2018 Health Law Year in Review

Articles, December 21, 2018
Claims of Kickbacks Based on Physician Salaries Signals a Need for Increased Compliance Efforts

Health Law Updates, Florida Bar Health Law Section

Articles, August 10, 2018
Changes Expected to Come to the Stark Law as CMS Seeks Public Input

Health Law Updates, Florida Bar Health Law Section

Articles, April 17, 2018
OIG Audits the Accuracy of Hospital Credit Reporting in Claim

Health Law Updates, Florida Bar Health Law Section

Articles, January 2, 2017
The Impact of the OIG’s 2017 Revisions to the AKS Safe Harbors and the CMP Rules on Access to Healthcare in Rural Communities

Vol. XVII Health Law Section Newsletter No. 12, Florida Bar Health Law Section

Blog
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Healthcare Law Blog  April 6, 2019
Legislative Update – April 2019

Healthcare Law Blog  February 20, 2019
Legislative Update – February 2019

Healthcare Law Blog  January 28, 2019
Legislative Update – January 2019

Healthcare Law Blog  December 21, 2018
Legislative Update – December 2018

Healthcare Law Blog  November 29, 2018
Legislative Update – November 2018