Barry Rosen is Chairman and CEO of Gordon Feinblatt LLC, a 70 lawyer, full service law firm. He also heads Gordon Feinblatt's Health Care Practice Group. Barry has developed a principal focus in health care, antitrust counseling and antitrust litigation, trademark licensing, franchising, computer hardware and software acquisition, and governmental financing.
Barry's involvement in health care matters includes the creation, merger and acquisition of hospitals and hospital systems; the development of surgical centers and medical waste facilities; and the structuring of numerous joint ventures between hospitals and physicians. In addition, Mr. Rosen has counseled varied health care clients with respect to managed care contracts, referral prohibitions, certificates of need, full rate reviews, peer review, quality assurance, accreditation, antitrust law, acquisition of computer hardware and software, public and private financing and the establishment, purchase, sale and merger of physicians' practices.
Barry is a frequent lecturer on health care subjects and has published numerous articles in the area. He also regularly appears before Maryland's unique Health Services Cost Review Commission (HSCRC) in regard to the setting of Maryland's hospital rates.
Barry is also one of the leading practitioners in Maryland on non-compete provisions in employment agreements.
Barry has been named in Best Lawyers in America in Health Care for more than 10 years, and in 2013, he was named as the Baltimore Health Care Law "Lawyer of the Year" by Best Lawyers in America. Barry was also honored by The Daily Record as a recipient of the "2012 Maryland's Most Admired CEOs Award". Since 2006, he has been named in Chambers and Partners' America's Leading Lawyers for Business in "Band 1" of Maryland Healthcare Attorneys. In the 2007 edition, Chambers and Partners said he is "as smart as can be". Since 2007, he has also been named a "Super Lawyer" by Super Lawyers Maryland. Barry was also a recipient of The Daily Record's 2004 "Leadership in Law Award", and in November 1999, The Daily Record named him one of twenty-five attorneys to their "Who's Who in Law" list.