Ahaji Amos, PLLC is an exclusive boutique law firm that focuses on representing clients in matters involving healthcare and intellectual property. Our practice is focused on providing high quality, predictable and affordable legal representation.
Our intellectual property practice is aimed at helping universities, business owners, and corporations from start-ups to large conglomerates, as well as single inventors, authors, artists, and other creative individuals protect their new inventions, ideas, or brands.
Our clients engage us to assist in the acquisition, enforcement and commercial exploitation of rights in a comprehensive range of scientific and industrial technologies, e-commerce and traditional commercial products and services, and arts and entertainment of all nature. Our attorneys obtain patents, trademarks, and copyrights for our clients in the U.S. and abroad, and represent clients in contract negotiations regarding their intellectual property, trade secrets, and related matters.
We are experienced litigators. We protect and enforce our clients’ rights in their own intellectual property, and also defend clients against false claims of patent, trademark, and copyright infringement and other intellectual property violations.
Our healthcare practice is focused on helping hospitals, durable medical equipment companies, hospices, home care companies, and the like, remain compliant with both federal and state healthcare regulations. We are an ally against any charges of fraudulent billing brought by payers, including Medicare. We are billing and reimbursement experts, and advise our clients on compliant billing practices. We represent clients at fair hearings, and help defend them against deficiency rulings imposed by the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services. We also represent clients in certificate of need litigation.
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