Kevin McAnaney Esq.

Law Offices of Kevin G. McAnaney
McAnaney, Kevin G.

Kevin McAnaney recently returned to private practice, concentrating on health care fraud and abuse matters, including compliance reviews, transactional work, and civil and administrative litigation. For over 25 years, Mr. McAnaney has practiced health care law including as in-house counsel to a major teaching hospital, as a partner in a major law firm, and in government service at the state and federal levels.

Mr. McAnaney served as the Chief of the Industry Guidance Branch of the Office of Counsel to the Inspector General, which is responsible for issuing formal guidance to the regulated community through advisory opinions, fraud alerts and special bulletins, and regulations related to the fraud and abuse authorities enforced by the Office of Inspector General, especially the anti-kickback statute and the Ethics in Patient Referrals Act (“Stark I and II”). Mr. McAnaney also worked closely with the Department of Justice in developing cases involving the anti-kickback and Stark statutes, including the use of such claims as predicates for False Claims Act litigation.

Prior to joining the Department, Mr. McAnaney was a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of the Dewey Ballantine law firm where he practiced in the health care, food and drug, and environmental areas. Mr. McAnaney also served as Assistant Counsel to New York Governor Hugh Carey, where he was responsible for the Governor’s agenda in the health and human services area, including Medicaid. Mr. McAnaney began his career with the law firm of Kelley Drye & Warren, during which time he served as the Director of Legal Affairs for the New York Hospital, one of the premier teaching hospitals in the nation.

Mr. McAnaney received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his J.D. from Columbia Law School.

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