David Hyman practices in the areas of health care and hospital law, mergers and acquisitions, domestic and international corporate counseling, executive compensation, corporate governance and regulatory matters. He also works with international entities based in Europe and the Middle East and represents companies engaged in e-commerce and Internet technology.
In the area of health and hospital law, David represents health care providers and suppliers, including hospitals, home health agencies, physician practice groups, and medical device and equipment manufacturers and suppliers. He provides counsel regarding regulatory, compliance, and fraud and abuse issues in New Jersey and New York, and represents health care clients before federal and state agencies. He also conducts compliance training and compliance investigations.
David served as counsel to the federally appointed monitor of Smith & Nephew, Inc., a manufacturer of hip and knee implant devices, and represents University Physician Associates of New Jersey, Inc., the faculty practice plan of New Jersey Medical School, including a major restructuring of the practice plan’s relationship with the medical school.
David recently served on the American Orthopaedic Association's Orthopaedic Institute of Medicine Task Force on Surgeon-Industry Relations, which issued a report on surgeon-industry conflicts of interest that was published in the Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery in June 2012. He also served on the American Orthopaedic Association's Institute of Medicine Task Force Council, which identified study topics and appointed task forces to develop consensus around recommendations to guide the orthopaedics profession.
He received his B.A., with distinction, from Rutgers University and his J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law. He is the author of several publications in the health and information security fields.