Richard J. Zall

Richard Zall, Esq. is chair of the Health Care Department at the international law firm Proskauer. His practice is focused on corporate and regulatory representation of a wide array of health care services and technology clients, as well as private equity firms and lenders to the health care industry.

Over the past decade, Mr. Zall has been an active participant in the healthcare industry. He is a frequent speaker at health industry events and writes about health care trends and developments. Mr. Zall launched and heads the firm’s Health Care Industry Group, a collaboration of practices providing health care industry clients the representation they need across all legal disciplines. He has also directed two health industry studies for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, one on the condition of the U.S. health care safety net, and the other on Federal and State Consumer Protection Regulation of the Managed Care Industry.

Since late 2003, Mr. Zall has served as Counsel to the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), an affiliate of the Clinton Foundation. In this capacity, he has represented CHAI in numerous matters including the negotiation of agreements with pharmaceutical and medical device companies to provide low-cost medicine and testing kits to developing countries. Richard also serves as Secretary of the Board of Directors of, CHAI, and a Trustee of CHAI-United Kingdom.

Richard is a Fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine, and Chairman of the Leadership Council of the New York City Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) of which he is a co-founder. Richard is a graduate of Brown University and the New York University School of Law.