Liles Parker is an American health law regulatory firm started in 2007 by a former partner of Dickstein Shapiro and the first National Health Care Fraud Coordinator for the United States Department of Justice. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the firm represents various entities in health law and business transactions matters.[1]

Consistent with the rise in regulatory issues related to health care compliance, fraud and abuse, the firm has grown rapidly since its establishment, with offices currently in Washington, D.C., Baton Rouge, Houston, San Antonio, and McAllen.

The firm now boasts two of the former National Health Care Fraud Coordinators for the Department of Justice, Robert W. Liles and Paul Weidenfeld.


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