Grace Rebling is a member of the firm’s government and regulatory law group. Grace’s practice focuses primarily on compliance counseling, internal investigations, and civil and criminal litigation.
Grace advises clients on compliance and governance issues, often assisting clients with auditing and improving their compliance programs. She has a wide range of experience counseling both financial institutions (Anti-Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy Act, and Sanctions) and healthcare organizations (HIPAA, 42 CFR Part 2, and Arizona’s Medicaid Program) to ensure compliance with state and federal laws and government contracts. Her experience includes assisting with internal investigations, responding to subpoenas and warrants, and defending against enforcement actions by regulators.
Grace also devotes a substantial portion of her practice to complex civil litigation, representing clients in a variety of commercial disputes in state and federal court. Grace joined Osborn Maledon after completing a clerkship with Arizona Supreme Court Justice W. Scott Bales. She was selected by Southwest SuperLawyers as a “Rising Star” for 2014-2018.
- representation of publicly traded financial services company through a court-appointed monitorship.
- representation of loan officer alleged to have breached fiduciary duties in lawsuit brought by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
- representation of healthcare providers alleged of fraudulent billing.
- representation of healthcare provider who was subject of investigation regarding statutory reporting requirements.
- representation of non-profit healthcare providers on general compliance and governance issues.
- representation of long-term care plan regarding court-ordered treatment.
- representation of managed care organization regarding government contracting and compliance issues.
- breach of contract action involving claims for breach of development agreement (Maricopa Cty. Sup. Ct.)
- representation of member in management dispute (Arbitration).
- adjudications involving claims for federal reserved water rights to the Little Colorado River System and Source (Apache Cty. Sup. Ct.)