Aram C. Bloom
33109, Florida [FL], Miami
33109, Florida, FL, Miami
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Aram Bloom has demonstrated a history of successful representation across all industries. He concentrates his practice in health care transactions and licensing, including contracts and forms of incorporation, in addition to business litigation and dispute resolution. Aram has experience in general governmental and regulatory litigation with insurers and government agencies; commercial litigation matters, including complex intellectual property litigation; and representation of health care entities in licensing and regulatory disputes.
Aram has represented a variety of corporate and individual clients in jury and non-jury civil litigation matters in federal and state courts throughout the United States. His experience also includes litigation of federal civil rights claims, white-collar criminal investigations, health care licensing applications and appeals, trade secret disputes, and SEC and state regulatory examinations. In addition, Aram, who is fluent in Spanish, acts as a cultural representative for and provides guidance on establishing U.S. operations on behalf of clients headquartered in Spain and Latin America.
Aram was judicial law clerk to the Honorable Ronald R. Lagueux of the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island and judicial intern to the Honorable Bruce M. Selya of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. He coauthored an ABA article regarding the setup of bad faith causes of action arising from alleged bad faith handling of insurance claims.
Areas of Focus
Specialty Pharmaceuticals & Health Care Facilities
Aram also represents the specialty pharmaceuticals industry, such as manufacturers of anti-aging products and nutraceutical companies that produce pharmaceutical-grade and standardized nutrients regulated by the FDA under the authority of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
He frequently serves as outside general counsel to businesses in health care and related industries, including assisted-living and rehabilitation and recovery facilities.