Knicole Emanuel Moves to Williams Mullen

I am pleased to announce that I left a wonderful law firm yesterday as an associate and will be joining Williams Mullen law firm next week as a partner.

Yes, I will be practicing the same law: Medicaid litigation. Yes, this blog will continue. Yes, I will still be fighting for health care providers and Medicaid recipients.

I will just be continuing my practice on a bigger platform, allowing me to better serve all my current clients and future clients.

You can contact me at:

(Direct Dial) (919) 981-4031

Williams Mullen
301 Fayetteville Street
Suite 1700
Raleigh, NC 27601
Telephone: 919.981.4000
Fax: 919.981.4300
Thank you for reading my blog. I am so excited for the future.
Oh, and, give me a little time to change all the info on this blog 🙂

About kemanuel

Medicare and Medicaid Regulatory Compliance Litigator

Posted on March 29, 2013, in Health Care Providers and Services, Medicaid, Medicaid Appeals, Medicaid Audits, Medicaid Recipients, North Carolina and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. good luck on your new job and wish you the best .my mom just had her first in home nurse assistance , she needs 3 –4 visits a week for bathing , assist with meals , cleaning the house . now she has medicare its different from medicaid , right ??? we are new at this and her doctor is assisting in providing help .i’m her son and i have right many issues myself ..isee that 1 visit per week is allowed with medicaid , is this the same with medicare ?? i hope not ,she will need 3 or 4 …so we will see i guess ……. thank you ,

    • Medicare and Medicaid are different in many ways. But, regardless, most likely, your mom qualifies for more aid than you because she needs more help with daily activities. I could be wrong. But that is my initial impression. Good luck!!

  2. Gloria M. Brown, LPA

    I am a mental health provider and may be able to help you with your litigation involving Medicaid audits and payback situations. I have some interesting letters from dhhs-pi with significant errors (eg, wrong payback amount, wrong auditing agency listed, wrong case #).

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