A strategic thinker with more than a decade of sophisticated legal experience in Chicago and Miami, Doug prides himself on serving as a trusted advisor for his clients. He implements creative strategies to achieve favorable outcomes in litigation and arbitration proceedings for businesses in a variety of industries. Doug regularly helps his clients navigate complex business transactions and develop strategies to mitigate risk and maximize revenue in their business operations.
I believe it is critical for an attorney to understand how each engagement aligns with a client’s business objectives. We can then effectively develop a strategy that adds true value to their enterprise.
Doug has developed a particular expertise in managed care and healthcare revenue cycle matters. This knowledge was honed throughout his years representing healthcare providers, such as hospitals, clinics, and physician groups, in contract negotiations and dispute resolution proceedings with private and governmental payers. He also serves as counsel for healthcare providers on a wide range of business matters, including employment-related disputes, trade secret claims, and contract matters.
He co-launched Wolfe | Pincavage with the goal of creating a modern law firm that meets the expectations and demands of modern business. Doug currently serves as the firm’s managing partner.
In his free time, Doug enjoys spending time with his wife, two sons and the family Siberian Husky, Sasha.
- DePaul University, B.S.
- University of Miami School of Law, J.D. cum laude
- United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida and California and New York City
- United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida
- United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
- Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), Florida Chapter
- “Out-of-Network Emergency Services & the Affordable Care Act” (Physician’s Weekly, January 2014)
- “Health Insurance Exchange Narrow Networks: Strategies for Managing Participation” (Becker’s Hospital Review, December 2013)
- “How to Minimize Bad Debt Under the ACA Grace Period” (HFMA’s Revenue Cycle Strategist newsletter, November 2013)
- “Healthcare Marketplaces Likely to Expand Reach of Anti-Kickback Law” (Becker’s Hospital Review, October 2013)
- “Why high school football needs NFL limitations” (Illinois School Board Journal, November/December 2011)