Nadia Hajji is an associate in the firm’s Healthcare practice group with a focus on white-collar criminal defense, government and internal corporate investigations, and complex civil litigation. Her attention to detail and thoroughness minimizes corporate and individual risk and advances her clients’ interests in the highly-regulated healthcare landscape.
Nadia has significant experience in defending individuals, executives, physicians, and companies in matters related to healthcare fraud, the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Stark law, and telemedicine noncompliance. She conducts compliance risk reviews and counsels clients on remedial measures and disclosure decisions to reduce potential regulatory or criminal exposure. Nadia also works with clients in the healthcare industry to navigate through state certificate of need programs, state licensure issues, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, and related regulatory disputes.
- Represented a hospital executive in connection with a federal criminal investigation and indictment involving allegations of healthcare fraud and violations of the Anti-Kickback statute*
- Defended a laboratory owner in a federal criminal investigation involving kickbacks, false claims, and fraudulent testing scheme allegations*
- Conducted internal investigation regarding possible fraud in collaboration with in-house counsel*
- Handled telemedicine company’s response to government subpoenas for allegedly fraudulent billing practices*
* Denotes experience prior to joining Parker Hudson.
- Healthcare Litigation
- Administrative, Regulatory & Reimbursement/Audit Dispute Litigation
- Government & Internal Investigations/False Claims Act & Qui Tam Defense
- White Collar Criminal Defense
- Healthcare Regulatory Advocacy, Reimbursement, Counseling & Compliance
- Emory University School of Law (J.D., high honors, 2018); First Honor Graduate; Emory Law Journal
- Duke University (B.A, summa cum laude, 2014); Honors of Highest Distinction; Ole R. Holsti Prize in Political Science and Public Policy
- South Carolina
- United States District Court for the District of South Carolina