Keith J. Soltis
Mr. Soltis is an attorney practicing in Kotz Sangster Wysocki P.C. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan office. He is a graduate of the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law and the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Mr. Soltis concentrates his practice in health care law specifically, corporate and transactional issues, fraud and abuse analysis and advice and third party reimbursement issues. He also practices in the following areas, corporate law including analysis and advice regarding formation and choice of entities; negotiating and advising clients regarding various corporate transactions including mergers and acquisitions, large physician group formations and hospital/physician transactions; and administrative law, including defense of third party audits and survey deficiencies.
Mr. Soltis is also a member of the State Bar of Michigan, American Health Lawyers Association and he was a member of the Health Care Law Section Council, 1999 – 2005 and its Secretary in the year 2000. He is listed as one of the best Health Care Lawyers in America in the 2007 through 2013 editions of The Best Lawyers in America®, in the 2007 through 2013 editions of Michigan Super Lawyers® Mr. Soltis is listed as a Super Lawyer in Health Care and he is also listed as a Top Lawyer in the area of Health Care in dBusiness and Crains in the 2010 through 2013 editions..
Mr. Soltis has presented numerous seminars on health care law, some of which are listed below:
Avoiding Antitrust Liability for Denial of Access to Resources: Some Safe Harbors, The Medical Staff Counselor, Volume 5, Fall 1991, Number 4, Matthew Bender; Co-Editor of Health Care Fraud and Abuse Manual: State Bar of Michigan Health Care Law Section 2002; Michigan State Medical Society – 1994, "Avoiding and Defending Medicare Investigations"; State Bar of Michigan – 1994, "Updating Federal Legislation"; 4th Annual Michigan Health Law Institute – 1998; “Health Care Reimbursement, Physician Sanctions and Fraud and Abuse Investigations” – 1994, State Bar of Michigan, Health Care Law Section, Health Care Providers Subcommittee – 1998 "Stark II Regulations"; 5th Annual Michigan Health Law Institute – 1999 “Structuring the Professional Group Practice,” 6th Annual Michigan Health Law Institute – 2000 "Structuring Physician Practices and Winding Down Hospital Owned Practices", 7th Annual Michigan Health Law Institute – 2001 “Structuring and Restructuring Physician Practices;” 8th Annual Michigan Health Law Institute – 2002 "Defense of Reimbursement Audits"; American Educational Institute Seminars, “Physician/Transaction Structuring in a Professional Group Practice" – 2002; 9th Annual Michigan Health Law Institute – 2003 "Introduction to Reimbursement Issues"; 10th Annual Michigan Health Law Institute – 2004 "Selling Your Practice: Physician to Physician Sales;” 11th Annual Michigan Health Law Institute – 2005 "Practice Formation and Contract Negotiation;” 12th Annual Michigan Health Law Institute – 2006 "Hospital-Physician Contract Issues;" 13th Annual Michigan Health Law Institute – 2007 “Mergers and Break-ups of Medical Groups;” 14th Annual Health Law Institute – 2008 “Physician/Hospital Joint Ventures;” Michigan Society of Oncology and Hematology – 2008; 19th Annual Michigan Health Law Institute -2013 "Business Transactions for Health Care Lawyers."
J.D., State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law, 1990
B.S.A, University of Michigan-Dearborn, 1981
State of Michigan, 1990
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan
American Bar Association
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