Being well-versed in health care law is a unique specialty in the legal profession. Having not just health care law experience, but also a career in criminal law from both the prosecutorial and defense realms, is a rarity. It’s that distinction that gives Meaghan McKeon an edge.
Meaghan is an associate in Chapman Law Group’s White Collar Defense & Government Investigations group. Her practice entails representing and advocating for corporate and individual physicians, pharmacists and other licensed health care professionals accused of health care fraud, Anti-Kickback and Stark Law violations, and crimes involving controlled substances.
She comes to Chapman Law Group after three years as an assistant prosecuting attorney for the Special Victims and General Trials units of the Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office in Detroit. In addition, Meaghan earned her LL.M. in health care law from Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s renowned health law program.
Meaghan’s criminal defense skills in the preindictment process are formidable, as are her abilities to keep clients aware of, and in compliance with, health care regulations.
“My knowledge of health law and courtroom experience will be valuable in advocating for health care professionals,” she says. “I will work to protect their hard-earned careers and maintain their integrity so they can focus on providing the best care for their patients.”