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Randall Watts is the co-founding Partner of Flynn Watts Law. Mr. Watts focuses his practice on managing all aspects of healthcare litigation; including deposing fact and expert witnesses, arguing motions and other applications in State and Federal Court and cross examining witnesses at trial. Randall has extensive experience providing counseling and assistance to risk management and hospital administration in preparing documentation for internal investigations pursuant to the Patient Safety Act, HIPAA, and other applicable New Jersey Administrative Codes and Statutes. Additionally, Mr. Watts represents nurse and physician clients during investigations by the New Jersey State Board of Nursing and Medical Examiners. He advises physicians, nurses, hospitals and other health care providers on contractual and compliance issues related to their practice.

Areas of Focus

  • Medical Malpractice
  • Personal Injury
  • State and federal regulatory and compliance matters
  • Medical Staff by-laws and privilege delineation
  • Regulatory agency investigations
  • Risk management and insurance coverage counseling
  • Licensure investigations and hearings

Credentials

Education

Rutgers University School of Law, J.D. 2008
University of Richmond, B.A. 2005

Bar Admissions

State of New Jersey, 2008

State of New York, 2011

State of New Jersey, District Court, 2015

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, 2016

DeCotiis Fitzpatrick Cole & Giblin, LLP
Partner 2017-2019
Associate 2016-2017

Carroll McNulty & Kull
Associate 2015-2016

Giblin & Combs, LLC
Associate 2011-2015

Watts, Tice & Skowronek, PC
Associate 2009-2011

 

Judicial Clerkships
Honorable Roger F. Mahon, J.S.C. Criminal and Chancery Division, 2008-2009

Honorable Harriet E. Derman, P.J.S.C., Chancery Division – General Equity, 2009

Listed in New Jersey Super Lawyers® as a Rising Star” in the area of Healthcare Law & Medical Malpractice

Overview

Randall Watts is the co-founding Partner of Flynn Watts Law. Mr. Watts focuses his practice on managing all aspects of healthcare litigation; including deposing fact and expert witnesses, arguing motions and other applications in State and Federal Court and cross examining witnesses at trial. Randall has extensive experience providing counseling and assistance to risk management and hospital administration in preparing documentation for internal investigations pursuant to the Patient Safety Act, HIPAA, and other applicable New Jersey Administrative Codes and Statutes. Additionally, Mr. Watts represents nurse and physician clients during investigations by the New Jersey State Board of Nursing and Medical Examiners. He advises physicians, nurses, hospitals and other health care providers on contractual and compliance issues related to their practice.

Areas of Focus

  • Medical Malpractice
  • Personal Injury
  • State and federal regulatory and compliance matters
  • Medical Staff by-laws and privilege delineation
  • Regulatory agency investigations
  • Risk management and insurance coverage counseling
  • Licensure investigations and hearings

Credentials

Education

Rutgers University School of Law, J.D. 2008
University of Richmond, B.A. 2005

Bar Admissions

State of New Jersey, 2008

State of New York, 2011

State of New Jersey, District Court, 2015

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, 2016

Experience

DeCotiis Fitzpatrick Cole & Giblin, LLP
Partner 2017-2019
Associate 2016-2017

Carroll McNulty & Kull
Associate 2015-2016

Giblin & Combs, LLC
Associate 2011-2015

Watts, Tice & Skowronek, PC
Associate 2009-2011

 

Judicial Clerkships
Honorable Roger F. Mahon, J.S.C. Criminal and Chancery Division, 2008-2009

Honorable Harriet E. Derman, P.J.S.C., Chancery Division – General Equity, 2009

Honors & Awards

Listed in New Jersey Super Lawyers® as a Rising Star” in the area of Healthcare Law & Medical Malpractice

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