William T. Mathias


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Bill Mathias is a healthcare regulatory attorney with a focus on fraud and abuse and Stark Law issues. He draws on over 25 years of experience to help national healthcare organizations address their thorniest healthcare regulatory issues.

He works with healthcare organizations to structure complex business arrangements, including joint ventures and strategic transactions, to manage risk while meeting their business objectives. Investors and healthcare organizations look to Bill to identify legal and compliance risks through due diligence and internal investigations and to devise strategies for managing legal risks and successfully resolving compliance issues.

Bill is a recognized authority on the federal Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS), the Stark Physician Self-Referral Law, the Eliminating Kickbacks in Recovery Act (EKRA) and the federal Civil Monetary Penalty regulations. He regularly assists with government investigations and defending False Claims Act lawsuits and other enforcement actions.

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American Health Law Association (AHLA) — Fraud & Abuse Practice Group, Vice Chair (2008–2014), Advisory Opinion Task Force (2004–2008); Mentoring Program; Public Interest Contributor

American Bar Association — Health Law Section: Co-Chair, Planning Committee, Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law Conference (2022-present); Vice Chair, Planning Committee, Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law Conference (2017-2022); Vice Chair, Business & Transactions Interest Group (2009-2012)

Maryland State Bar Association

Serjeants Inn Law Club

U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit Judicial Conference

Legal Aid Bureau —Young Lawyers Division, Past Board Member