Adam Rogers is an associate in the Health Department of McDermott Will & Emery LLP based in its Miami office. Adam's practice includes representing clients in health care transactional, regulatory and litigation matters. Adam focuses his practice on representing a variety of clients in mergers and acquisitions and in the development and implementation of cutting-edge business models in the health care industry. His experience as a litigator educates his ability to advise clients on how to achieve their business objectives while minimizing legal risk. As a former health care provider (physical therapist), he also offers a unique perspective and understanding of the issues facing clients in the health care industry.
Prior to joining McDermott, Adam was an associate at a large international law firm in Washington, D.C. There, Adam focused on fraud and abuse litigation and health law regulatory counseling. He defended health systems in suits brought under the False Claims Act and in federal investigations alleging anti-kickback and Stark violations. There he also built a broad base of regulatory experience with state and federal regulations, including Medicare Secondary Payer, Medicare Conditions for Coverage and Conditions of Participation, HIPAA, EMTALA, CON laws, Corporate Practice of Medicine issues, and the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR).
Adam earned his J.D., cum laude, from Duke University School of Law and his B.S. in Physical Therapy from The University of Florida. He is member of the Washington, D.C. and Florida Bars and is admitted to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. He is also member of the American Health Lawyers Association and is licensed to practice Physical Therapy in Florida (inactive). While at Duke University School of Law, Adam served was a Senior Editor for Law and Contemporary Problems. He also studied international finance and business law for a semester at Hong Kong University in 2002.
Duke University School of Law, J.D. (cum laude), 2003
University of Florida, B.S., 1998