Who We Are

Poricanin Law was founded to provide excellent, timely, and focused consulting and legal services for clients in niche industries. The attorneys and consultants at Poricanin firmly believe that efficient and effective legal counsel can only be provided by subject matter experts who regularly practice in their clients’ industry.

Poricanin focuses on servicing clients on legal and business matters in industries where it has deep experience and knowledge, ensuring that clients are able to advance their specific and unique business and legal goals, always and in all ways.

Our Services

Our lawyers’ cross-domain specialisations allow for seamless customised solutions for specific, unique client needs, solving complex briefs with precise strategy.

Health Care

Serving providers in the healthcare industry, Poricanin Law uses industry insights and experience to identify challenges and implement strategies when clients are faced with legislative and regulatory obstacles that challenge their market objectives and business operations.

Home Care

Home Care

Poricanin concentrates on all matters, including regulatory approvals, mergers and acquisitions, dissolutions, day-to-day clinical compliance, regulatory and Medicaid and Medicare adherence, litigation, labor and employment rules and procedures, and government audits.

Educational Institutions

Educational Institutions

Educational institutions rely upon timely legal advice to ensure that they provide the best education for their students, respond to the needs of their stakeholders, and remain in compliance with the myriad of laws that govern their operations.

Labour and Employment

Labor & Employment

The road to find, train, manage, and develop talent—and sometimes terminate —employees is paved with regulatory challenges and legal risks. Businesses must establish effective human resources management strategies that avoid the costs and disruption of litigation.

Hospitality

Hospitality

With relatively high operating expenses and unpredictable profits, owners and operators of restaurants and other hospitality-focused businesses must manage the uncertain and ever-evolving demands of the law with never-ending business pressures.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Poricanin works with companies and start-ups in the manufacturing space with respect to all legal and business matters – including corporate, tax, real estate, labor relations, executive compensation, general labor and employment and more.

What Our Clients Say

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Emina worked with us on evaluating a potential LHCSA for purchase, conducting the due diligence on that company and then tirelessly worked with us as we negotiated the purchase. Emina also handled all the regulatory work required to submit the consulting and management agreements. We were most impressed with her industry knowledge and she was able to identify some issues down the line that, thankfully, we addressed in advance and head on before getting into the deal.

New York City owner of a LHCSA

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Emina has been our employment attorney for years. She is practical, to-the-point direct, and she explains complicated legal issues in a way that make sense. As the Human Services Director of a large services organization with hundreds of employees, we have many day-to-day issues with our workers. Emina and I often joke that our organization has never-ending quirky HR issues. But I can call Emina at any time of the day and she will respond and help us get through the problem. She is an indispensable part of our organization.

Human Services Director of a New York company

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Emina represented my home care agency when the New York Department of Health came in and tried to close us down. The Department was taking an unreasonable and unforgiving position, and they were ready to take our entire business away. But Emina managed to negotiate a resolution that allowed me to continue operating my business. I will forever be grateful to her.

Owner of an Upstate Home Care Agency

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Poricanin represented us in a Department of Labor audit, and the investigator on our case was alleging over five different violations for hundreds of our workers. The Department was threatening to put us out of business with what they were looking to collect from us for back pay, penalties and interest. Emina became involved in the audit just in time. She worked with the Department to negotiate a settlement that was reasonable and acceptable to us. We are still in business and know much more about Labor Laws thanks to her clear and specific explanations.

Owner of a New York City business

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We have worked with Emina for almost a decade. Her energy and enthusiasm to help clients is unbeatable. There are many challenges in running a home care agency, especially in New York. But Emina understands our business and all the considerations that go into running a business. She has always been able to take a problem and offer us a practical business solution to the issue. We have saved thousands of dollars by having the benefit of her wisdom and experience.

Owner of Various Healthcare Businesses in New York State

Latest Articles

NY DOH Announces New Deadline for Plans and Providers to Submit Wage Parity Certifications

As we reported earlier today to our clients, the New York Department of Health (“DOH”) has announced that it has postponed the deadline for LHCSAs and FIs to submit the wage parity certification information (e.g., LS 300 and LS301 forms) from the current deadline of June 1 to October 1, 2022. The compliance deadline for MCO’s and […]

NYS Budget is Out What does it mean for Home Care?

The final NYS Budget was released over the weekend. In addition to bail reform, gas price relief, childcare and other measures, the Budget contains a lot of relevant information for the home care industry. As we have already reported on the CDPAP changes from the Budget, this alert will focus on the remaining aspects of […]

CDPAP RFO Repealed in Many (but not all) Respects

The final language of the New York State Budget has started to be released. We have not yet seen whether Fair Pay for Home Care has made it into the Budget. There were troubling last-minute reports that the home care worker base wage has been raised by $3.00/hour, presumably Statewide, with no concurrent increase in […]