Health Law, Litigation and Licensing for Illinois Healthcare Professionals and Organizations
Michael V. Favia is a well respected and connected health law, litigation and licensing attorney with experience from a variety of perspectives.
Highlights: John Marshall Law School, J.D., 1982; Loyola University, BBA 1978; Assistant Illinois Attorney General; Counsel to the City of Chicago; Former Chief of Medical and Health Related Prosecutions for the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation, directed the statewide enforcement of the Illinois Medical Practice Act and numerous other regulatory and licensure statutes. Selected by peers as a “Leading Lawyer” in the field of Health Law. -Rated AV- Highest Legal Ability Rating by Martindale Hubbell Peer Review Rating System. -Member of the Illinois Bar Association for over 25 years -Member of the Chicago Bar Association since 1982.
When a home seller conceals defects April, May and June through the end summer is real estate season in Chicagoland. People are shopping for homes and hoping to close and move as the kids are getting out of school and before it gets too hot to pack, haul and get moved in. Much to the […]Read more...
DOJ investigating, prosecuting opioid prescribers Today’s DOJ and U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions are investigating and prosecuting physicians and pharmacies over-prescribing opioids using surprise federal takedowns in a way that makes the 1980s “war on drugs” look like a light prequel. Federal prosecutors assigned to “opioid hot spot districts” for the purpose of investigating […]Read more...
Medical mistakes: Physician liability & discipline Medical mistakes, according to popular news sources, may be the third largest leading of death in the U.S. Why are medical errors so prevalent? Is there a culture among physicians in which errors are covered up or not questioned? In a new Fox television series, “The Resident,” a […]Read more...
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