Neville M. Bilimoria is a Chambers USA ranked healthcare law partner with Duane Morris LLP’s Health Law Practice Group in Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Bilimoria advises health care clients on corporate and litigation matters and counsels hospitals, health systems, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, physicians, physician groups, pharmacies and pharmaceutical companies on a variety of issues, including health care corporate transactions, healthcare fraud and abuse, compliance issues, telemedicine and telehealth, HIPAA and state health privacy law issues, regulatory compliance, and resulting litigation. Mr. Bilimoria is the chair of Duane Morris’ Physician Services Group nationally and the Telehealth Group nationally. Mr. Bilimoria is currently listed in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Mr. Bilimoria’s corporate work includes representation of clients in transactions for the purchase and sale of healthcare facilities, health clinics and physician practices, as well as counseling on various healthcare contracting issues. He has represented healthcare providers in administrative law matters and disciplinary actions. Mr. Bilimoria was named one of the Top 40 Attorneys in Illinois Under 40 for 2005 (out of a pool of almost 60,000 eligible attorneys). He has also been listed by Illinois Super Lawyers since 2009 in Healthcare Law. He has been listed by the Illinois Leading Lawyers Network in Health Care Law since 2010. A frequent author and speaker on healthcare topics, Mr. Bilimoria currently writes a monthly column called “Nev’s Health Law” for Chicago Lawyer Magazine, and another monthly column for McKnight’s Skilled Nursing News. He is the past Chair of the Chicago Bar Association’s Health Law Committee. Mr. Bilimoria was also a Professor for Rush University Medical Center’s Graduate Program in Health Systems Management. Mr. Bilimoria is General Counsel for the Illinois Health Care Association, a member of the American Health Lawyers Association and its Legal Committee, and a member of the Illinois Association of Healthcare Attorneys. He earned a B.A. in Philosophy from Northwestern University, where he received a Kappa Alpha Pi Award for academics and leadership. He received a J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law.
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