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NEW YORK (November 2023) - Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney continues its strategic growth in practices serving key industries with the addition of Andrew Weissenberg as Counsel in its Healthcare section. His practice focuses on healthcare transactional matters and regulatory compliance.

Weissenberg joins Buchanan with significant experience serving healthcare clients. He counsels clients across the country with respect to healthcare fraud and abuse issues related to state and federal anti-kickback and physician self-referral laws, physician entity structuring, licensure matters and corporate practice of medicine prohibitions.

Weissenberg’s transactional practice includes buy and sell side representation with respect to healthcare transactions, private equity transactions, and day-to-day corporate matters including, advising directors, officers and executives, as well as drafting, reviewing, and negotiating employment agreements, organizational documents, service agreements, and any other pertinent transaction document.

He represents a variety of clients, including group practices, behavioral health providers, clinical laboratories, cannabis companies, telehealth companies, management companies and individual providers. He also advises healthcare providers and physician practices in connection to complaints, audits, and investigations by state and federal regulatory authorities.

“Serving our healthcare clients continues to be a high priority for the firm,” said Dale Webber, chair of the firm’s Healthcare section. “With Andrew’s depth of experience in both transactions and regulatory matters, he is a strong addition to our bench of lawyers and government relations professionals.”

“Buchanan is the right place for my clients and me. The support that the firm provides through its national and full-service platform offers clients increased efficiency and even more value,” said Weissenberg. “I look forward to working with my new colleagues to guide clients through the complex healthcare landscape to enable them to meet their strategic goals.”

Weissenberg holds a law degree with a certification in health law from the University of Maryland School of Law and a bachelor's degree from Brandeis University.