Adam Balick represents clients in all three of the firm’s principal practice areas: health law, commercial litigation, and alcoholic beverage licensing. In the health law field, he represents institutions, group practices and individual providers in civil, administrative, and criminal proceedings arising from federal and state health laws and regulations, including fraud and abuse laws.
Mr. Balick has considerable litigation experience, first as a prosecutor in the Delaware Attorney General’s Office, followed by over 25 years in private practice. In addition to health care matters, he regularly represents individuals and businesses in connection with disputes related to corporate governance, commercial matters, professional licensing actions, and health care administrative trials and appeals.
Mr. Balick is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, an invitation only fellowship of preeminent lawyers in the United States and Canada. He has been recognized as one of Delaware’s top lawyers in the health law field.
Governor John Carney appointed Mr. Balick to serve as Chair of the Delaware Correctional Re-entry Commission. He has served as Chair of the Delaware State Bar Association’s Health Law Section. Former Chief Justice Strine and current Chief Justice Seitz have appointed Mr. Balick to serve on committees, including the Delaware Supreme Court’s Access to Justice Commission and the Delaware Supreme Court Rules Committee. In addition, he has served, and currently serves, on the boards of several not-for profit organizations.