No. We are a for-profit law firm, like most law firms. We charge our clients an hourly rate, which when compared to many other corporate law firms, is quite affordable.

No. The Center’s typical clients are health and wellness providers, insurers, brokers, and wellness companies who seek regulatory compliance assistance or transactional help.

Typically no. We do not usually provide litigation services, especially plaintiffs’ side litigation. We do represent our clients in front of licensing board or government agency disputes, but we rarely file documents with a court of law.

We wanted our law firm name to reflect the type of work we do and the clients we represent, rather than using the names of the lawyers who practice in the firm. Using the word “Center” implies that we not only provide legal services to clients, but we also provide educational resources and expertise in health and wellness law.

Our clients are located all over the United States. Because many laws that impact the health and wellness industries are federal in nature, we are a good resource for health and wellness regulatory compliance for clients from all over the country.