Practice Areas

The firm focuses its practice on three primary areas: 

First, WhatleyKallas represents doctors and others in various healthcare-related matters. The firm’s lawyers have recovered monies and obtained injunctive relief valued in the billions of dollars curing the worst of the managed care abuses that have plagued doctors and their patients. Representing doctors and medical associations is to be an important part of the firm’s practice. In addition to such litigations and arbitrations addressing past and ongoing wrongful practices, our attorneys are experienced in negotiating beneficial contracts for healthcare providers that protect their rights and interests going forward. Our attorneys represent health care providers in addressing Antitrust issues, Stark issues and other issues associated with healthcare reform and governmental regulation of healthcare. 

Second, our attorneys have active antitrust and complex litigation practices. Indeed, WhatleyKallas regularly takes on cases and investigations that other plaintiffs’ firms find are too big or too complex for them to handle alone. In fact, WhatleyKallas has one of the few attorneys to try an antitrust class action to a verdict of more than a billion dollars for a plaintiff class and a RICO class action to a successful verdict for a defendant.

Third, the firm is committed to protecting the interests of consumers and others through the prosecution of consumer fraud class actions in various industries. As a result of its demonstrated willingness to try cases to verdict, it regularly achieves outstanding settlements for its clients.

 
The firm focuses its practice on three primary areas: 
First, the attorneys at WhatleyKallas represent doctors and others in various healthcare-related matters. The firm’s lawyers have recovered monies and obtained injunctive relief valued in the billions of dollars curing the worst of the managed care abuses that have plagued doctors and their patients. Representing doctors and medical associations is to be an important part of the firm’s practice. In addition to such litigations and arbitrations addressing past and ongoing wrongful practices, our attorneys are experienced in negotiating beneficial contracts for healthcare providers that protect their rights and interests going forward. Our attorneys represent health care providers in addressing Antitrust issues, Stark issues and other issues associated with health care reform and governmental regulation of healthcare. 
Second, our attorneys have active antitrust and complex litigation practices. Indeed, WhatleyKallas regularly takes on cases and investigations that other plaintiffs’ firms find are too big or too complex for them to handle alone. In fact, WhatleyKallas has one of the few attorneys to try an antitrust class action to a verdict of more than a billion dollars for a plaintiff class and a RICO class action to a successful verdict for a defendant.
Third, the firm is committed to  protecting the interests of consumers and others through the prosecution of consumer fraud class actions in various areas. As a result of its demonstrated willingness to try cases to verdict, it regularly achieves outstanding settlements for its clients.