Khaled has a detail-oriented approach and philosophy of fully understanding each matter to better advise his clients.  He has been with Riker Danzig since securing a summer associate spot in 1999, joining the Firm as an attorney in 2000 after graduating law school.  He is now a partner in the Firm’s Health Care and Commercial Litigation Groups. 

In terms of his health care practice, Khaled’s detailed approach has assisted many of his clients, especially in regulatory compliance and health care litigation.   He provides counsel to a variety of providers, including ambulatory surgery centers, hospitals, laboratories, imaging centers, addiction centers, skilled nursing facilities, urgent care centers and pharmacies.  Khaled routinely services his health care provider and pharmacy clients in a variety of areas including: 

In terms of his health care related litigation, the below are some of his representative cases:

In terms of commercial litigation, Khaled has been involved in all phases of complex commercial litigation, successfully trying and arbitrating cases in state and federal courts, at both the trial and appellate levels.  He has litigated cases in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.  He has broad experience in litigation and handles matters in various areas of the law including products liability, consumer fraud, construction, contract disputes, partnership disputes, and non-compete and trade secrets litigation.  Some of his representative clients and cases are as follows:  

Khaled created and is a frequent contributor to Riker Danzig’s Health Care Law blog, “The Juris Doctor Report.”  He has written several updates included in The Juris Doctor Report, such as, “The Interplay Between the Corporate Practice of Medicine and Management Services Organizations,” August 12, 2019; “Supreme Court Rejects Health and Human Services’ 2014 DSH Reimbursement Formula,” June 4, 2019; and “New Jersey Legislature Passes ‘Out-of-Network Consumer Protection, Transparency, Cost Containment and Accountability Act,’” April 19, 2018.    Just recently, one of the updates, “New Jersey Eases Testing Requirements for Elective Surgeries, but Do You Know the Difference Between Molecular, Antigen, and Antibody Testing?” was re-published by Beckers Healthcare News.

In November 2019, Khaled was a panelist where the featured topic was “How To Deal With Physician Fatigue.”  In December 2019, Khaled was a panelist at the American Bar Association’s 17th Annual Washington DC Health Law Summit on “The Path to Successful Utilization of Alternative Payment Models” where he discussed the current status of the Medicare Shared Shavings Program.  During the Summit, Khaled discussed federal alternative payment models (“APMs”), including the Medicare Shared Savings Program (“MSSP”), and anticipated changes to the MSSP.  He then co-authored an article for the American Bar Association’s  Health Lawyer on “The Path to Successful Utilization of Alternative Payment Models,” which was the feature article in the ABA’s Health Lawyer’s June 2020 edition and was also featured in the ABA weekly membership email in August. 

Khaled was selected as a “New Leader of the Bar” in 2012 by the New Jersey Law Journal.   A high honor, the Law Journal selects for this recognition attorneys in their second decade of practice whose achievements in the workplace and public service involvement distinguish them from their peers.  Khaled also served as a member of the Supreme Court District XB Ethics Committee. See Awards and Honors Methodology

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