Joshua M. Tenzer, Principal
New York University School of Law, J.D. (2005)
Columbia University, B.A. (2001)
Josh is a managing partner of the firm, together with Marvin Tenzer. At his time with the firm, Josh’s clients have come to rely on him for his ability to see the big picture and strategize. He works hard to be sure he is consistently giving insightful and informed advice based on his knowledge of the regulatory issues that impact business in the health care industry, as well as his expertise in corporate and real estate matters. Clients have also come to count on Josh for his ability to be direct and candid, his responsiveness, and his ability to get the deal done.
He advises commercial corporate and real estate clients on transactional and regulatory matters, with a focus on the health care industry, including representation of providers such as nursing homes, physicians, home health agencies, Public Health Law receivers and managed care entities, as well as lenders and other investors. Matters include acquisitions and sales, real estate transactions, project financing, corporate governance, regulatory compliance, licensing and certificate of need requirements, anti-kickback, self-referral, fraud and abuse, and managed care.
In addition, as a managing partner Josh oversees the firm’s operations, working to implement legal, administrative, and organizational strategies.
Prior to joining Tenzer and Lunin, Josh practiced for several years in the Corporate departments of Schulte Roth & Zabel, LLP and Sills Cummis & Gross, PC, representing public and private companies in a range of transactional matters including mergers, acquisitions, public company SEC compliance, hedge fund formation and private securities offerings.
• American Health Lawyers Association; Member
• New York State Bar Association Health Law Section; Member
• Medical marijuana in New York yields sweet opportunities for business, Crain's New York.
• Another Law Raising the Cost of Health Care, The Health Care blog.
• Reaching the Final Frontiers in Medicaid Managed Care, New York University Annual Survey of American Law.