Stanford Law School, J.D., 1993
Washington University in St. Louis, A.B., 1990
Awards & Honors
AV Preeminent Rated - Martindale-Hubbell
Superb rating (9.2) - Avvo
Health Professionals – Licensing Defense
Michael J. Weber has extensive experience handling matters involving the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice, the Minnesota Board of Nursing, the Minnesota Board of Dentistry, the Health Professionals Services Program (HPSP), and other health and medical boards.
Health law encompasses a variety of legal issues that face businesses and professionals. Weber & Nelson Law Office brings a wealth of legal and medical experience to its various clients in the handling of such healthcare areas, including:
- Professional License Defense
- Medical Board, Nursing Board, and other professional boards
- Health care business formation
- Facility representation, such as clinics, home health care, hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted living
- Review of contracts prior to purchase or merger
- Risk Management
- Regulatory compliance in areas as HIPAA, ERISA, fraud and abuse
- Healthcare employment
- Credentialing and National Practitioner Data Bank
- Facility policies and procedures
- Contract drafting and review
- Trials and appeals
Michael J. Weber is an accomplished health law attorney with over two decades of experience handling license disciplinary and health law cases. His law firm partner, Nancy Lee Nelson, is an excellent health law attorney with 28 years of Minnesota and national health law experience coupled with a background as a licensed health care professional.
Together this professional legal team at Weber & Nelson Law Office has an abundance of knowledge and skill to protect clients’ interests.
Background – Former Assistant Attorney General, Former Board lawyer, and more
Michael founded Weber Law Office – the predecessor of Weber & Nelson Law Office – in 2000. Michael’s practice areas include health law, business and employment law, wills and probate, and trials and appeals.
Michael started his law practice in 1993, as an Assistant Attorney General in the Minnesota Attorney General’s Health Licensing Division. He represented a variety of health professional boards, providing legal advice and handling disciplinary cases dealing with incompetent care, chemical dependency/mental health, sexual misconduct, and fraudulent billing.
Michael graduated from Stanford Law School in California, where he served on the law review’s senior staff and was co-president of the moot court competition. He did his undergraduate work at Washington University in St. Louis.
The American Association of Nurse Attorneys, Affiliate Member
American Bar Association, Member
Minnesota State Bar Association, Member
Hennepin County Bar Association, Member
Minnesota State Bar Association, Health Law Section