Scott D. Gallisdorfer


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Scott Gallisdorfer focuses his practice on complex litigation and government and internal investigations, with an emphasis on matters related to the healthcare industry. Scott has significant experience in False Claims Act (FCA) litigation and healthcare fraud and abuse investigations, including civil and criminal investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (HHS-OIG), and other federal and state regulators. Among other clients, Scott has represented hospitals and health systems, physician practices, skilled nursing facilities, hospice and home health providers, and specialty pharmacies, and his experience includes matters related to medical necessity, the Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS), the Stark Law, and other healthcare laws and regulations.

In addition, Scott has handled government and internal investigations for clients in a variety of other industries, including defense contracting and federal procurement, financial services, transportation, and energy.

Scott’s complex business litigation experience includes representing a wide range of clients, at both the trial and appellate levels, in breach-of-contract and tort litigation, as well as in various challenges to statutes, regulations, and administrative actions.

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American Health Law Association (AHLA)

Nashville Bar Association (NBA)

American Health Law Association’s Leadership Development Program, Fraud and Abuse Practice Group — Participant (2020-2021)