BALTIMORE, MD September 16, 2005 – LAWFUEL – The Law News Network -…

BALTIMORE, MD September 16, 2005 – LAWFUEL – The Law News Network – Ober|Kaler counsel Paul W. Kim has been named among the nation’s “Outstanding Young Healthcare Lawyers – 2005” by Nightingale’s Healthcare News.

Mr. Kim, 35, was one of fifteen attorneys selected from a pool of national health care lawyers under the age of 40. Representing health care providers, manufacturers, researchers, and payors, Mr. Kim advises clients in all aspects of health law, from corporate compliance to reimbursement issues. He provides legal guidance on improving existing or structuring new business arrangements for compliance with fraud and abuse regulations. Having worked on fraud and abuse, privacy, reimbursement, and clinical research issues from the patient, provider, payor, and government perspectives, he possesses a uniquely com- prehensive knowledge of and experience with the health care industry.

“Paul is an immensely talented attorney. He has an analytical mind and an outstanding comprehension of the law. Paul is highly deserving of this recognition,” said Sanford V. Teplitzky, chair of Ober|Kaler’s Health Law Department.

Mr. Kim is an active member of the American Health Lawyers Association, American Bar Association and Maryland State Bar Association, and a frequent writer and lecturer on health care issues.

A resident of Laurel, Mr. Kim is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health (MPH, 2000), University of Maryland School of Law (JD, 1998), and Johns Hopkins University (BA, 1992).

About Ober|Kaler
With thirty-two attorneys dedicated to the practice, Ober|Kaler’s Health Law Department is among the largest health law practices in the nation. A pio- neer in the industry, the department celebrates its 30th year of service to clients this year.

Ober|Kaler is a national law firm providing integrated regulatory, transactional, and litigation services to financial, health care, construction, and other business organizations.

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