Hospital law

In the field of hospital law, we have many years of expertise in hospital operations. We see a hospital as an economic enterprise that operates in a particularly relevant area of society, is highly regulated and therefore has to meet exceptional requirements.

We advise and represent all service providers in the healthcare sector as well as numerous associations, chambers, bodies and institutions. This concerns important policy processes in the industry as well as the development of new standards and guidelines.

Dr. Melanie Arndt

You will benefit from our decades of legal expertise as well as from our excellent network in politics and the institutions of self-government.

We have been advising and representing hospital managers for more than 30 years competently and purposefully in all areas.

  • Registration law and hospital planning
  • Remuneration law
  • Settlement problems with health insurance funds
  • Contract design (e.g. chief physician contracts, collaborations)
  • Right to grant, entitlements and funding
  • Labour and corporate law issues
  • Questions concerning organisation and conception in hospital operations
  • Advice and representation in liability cases
  • Hospital, hospital planning and hospital financing law
  • State aid and public procurement law, in consulting and contract design support
  • Employment contracts (e.g. chief physician, consular physician, consular physician and consular physician contracts, consular physician contracts and consular physician contracts)
  • Disputes with cost-payers and managing authorities
  • reorganization and restructuring of facilities, design of hospital cooperations and holding models, cooperation with other service providers
    Contract management for hospital providers
  • Compensation law, long-term care insurance law and home law as well as contract-making support
  • Negotiations with payers and managing authorities
  • Litigation representation in labour, social, administrative and civil courts (licensing and hospital planning law, economic viability audit, fee claims, compensation disputes, cost reimbursement law, home supervision law, proceedings before professional courts and admission committees)