Long Term Care Entities

The attorneys at Malecki Brooks Law Group have substantial experience in the vast legal and regulatory issues impacting long term care entities such as skilled nursing facilities. We assist long term care entities in issues relating to reimbursement, enrollment and payment regulations; compliance with federal and state requirements; regulatory fraud and abuse compliance; corporate governance; licensure; public and private payor audits; contractual and transactional arrangements; and matters requiring litigation. Our attorneys understand the distinct regulatory issues affecting long term care entities, and we possess the knowledge and experience necessary to represent long term care entities with their legal needs.

We can assist you with the following:


  • Contract review and drafting
  • Contractual and transactional matters, including but not limited to joint ventures and acquisitions and sales
  • Medical equipment purchases and leases
  • Office space leases (provider based clinic arrangements)
  • Provide guidance related to resident issues involving admissions, medical records, and treatment decisions, as well as ancillary service issues (independent living apartments, adult day care, child care)
  • Risk assessments and risk reduction strategies
  • Investigate allegations of professional misconduct
  • Employment law matters
  • General counsel / on-site counsel


  • Medicare and Medicaid certification and recertification
  • Compliance with Medicare Conditions of Participation and Conditions for Coverage
  • Assistance with accreditation surveys, corrective action plans and termination appeals
  • Documentation requirements regarding homebound status
  • Medicare, Medicaid, ZPIC, and private payor audit assistance and representation
  • Third-party payor coding and billing issues
  • HIPAA privacy assessments and assistance with breaches
  • Compliance assessments and remediation
  • Policy review and drafting support for surveys
  • Outsourced compliance officer
  • Risk management (claims and loss control)
  • IDPH and IDFPR compliance


  • Contract and business litigation
  • Potentially compensable event management
  • Deposition assistance

Contact an Attorney

Aileen Kiska Brooks

Cheryl Miller