Greenbaum law firm creates Healthcare Department, adding 9 attorneys

The business law firm Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP has created a Healthcare Department, it announced this week, adding a team of nine attorneys to create it.

The new group will augment the firm’s current practice areas — including Litigation, Corporate, Real Estate and more — it said in a news release, while counseling clients that include many of the state’s health care systems, hospitals and facilities, among others.

The firm’s nine new attorneys are:

  • James A. Robertson, partner and Healthcare Department chair;
  • Robert B. Hille, partner;
  • John W. Kaveney, partner;
  • Glenn P. Prives, partner;
  • Paul L. Croce, counsel;
  • Megan R. George, counsel;
  • Neil M. Sullivan, counsel;
  • John Zen Jackson, of counsel;
  • Andrew F. McBride III, of counsel.

“We are very excited to welcome this group of outstanding attorneys to Greenbaum, where their health care industry expertise and experience will further augment the expansive range of services that we’re able to offer our valued clients,” co-Managing Partner W. Raymond Felton said in a prepared statement.

Added Robertson: “Our team is delighted to join the Greenbaum family. By combining our group’s extensive health care knowledge with Greenbaum’s top-notch corporate and commercial litigation practices, we are now better able to serve our health care clients’ broad array of legal needs.”