Ian E. Waldick is a staff attorney in the firm’s Healthcare Practice Group primarily representing healthcare facilities and providers in Medicare overpayment disputes, Anti-Kickback statute compliance, and Florida licensure, regulatory compliance, and administrative litigation. Ian also maintains an active local land use and development practice. Ian prides himself on his responsiveness and being proactive for his clients while relying on technology to be efficient and considerate of his clients’ time.
Before joining the firm, Ian served as a Senior Central Staff Attorney for the Florida Supreme Court and advised clients on wide-ranging regulatory compliance and administrative litigation matters at several boutique firms in Tallahassee. Ian has represented entities in licensure discipline matters, administrative rule challenges, and obtaining and defending Certificates of Need before the Florida Division of Administrative Hearings. He has also represented public and private utilities in matters before the Florida Public Service Commission and local governments and stakeholders in municipal governance and development matters. Ian has practiced before trial courts across Florida as well as every District Court of Appeal and the Florida Supreme Court.
In addition to practicing law, Ian serves as Treasurer on the board of directors of St. Francis Wildlife Association, a local nonprofit wildlife rehabilitation organization. He also serves on several municipal public advisory committees for the City of Tallahassee and Leon County, including serving as Chair of the Tallahassee-Leon County Planning Commission and Tallahassee-Leon County Local Planning Agency and Vice-Chair of the Tallahassee Affordable Housing Advisory Committee, as well as a member of the Leon County Affordable Housing Advisory Committee.
Represented statewide physician practice group in obtaining certificates of exemption from licensure requirements and Medicaid changes of ownership for each of 33 practice locations in anticipation of corporate merger.*
* Denotes experience prior to joining Parker Hudson.
Co-Author, “Improving Court-Mandated Divorce Education by Recognizing the Effects of Parents’ Childhood Trauma,” 40 Pace L. Rev. 273 (January 2020) (with Anthony J. Ferraro, Karen Oehme, and Nat Stern)
Author, “Recent Developments,” 31 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 313 (2016)
Author, “Let Willy Free Himself: The Case for Expanding Standing to Marine Mammals to Challenge Regulations of the Public Display Industry,” 31 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 117 (2015)
Author, “Fourth Amendment and Statutory Protections Governing Remote Searches of Personal E-mails,” 1 J.L., Tech. & Pub. Pol’y 131 (2015)
Co-presenter, “The Effects of Childhood Trauma and Coparenting Quality on the Efficacy of Divorce Education,” Navigating Disruption and Change in Diverse Families, NCFR (Presented by A. Ferraro in November 2018)