Marija Bojović

Marija Bojović is our exclusively recommended Healthcare Law expert in Serbia on the Advisory Excellence website. If you need assistance in this area, please contact Marija directly using the contact details above.

Marija developed her legal expertise in corporate and commercial law in Serbia and Montenegro. She particularly focuses on corporate, banking & finance, dispute resolution, M&A, tax, intellectual property, real estate, and healthcare and pharmaceuticals. Before the establishment of Bojovic & Partners, Marija was a founding partner of a leading law firm in Serbia and prior to that she led the associated legal practice of PwC in Belgrade. Marija has been recognised by Chambers and Partners as a leading corporate and commercial lawyer in Serbia for several years consecutively.

Marija is a graduate of the University of Belgrade, from the Faculty of Law, where she earned her LL.B., as well as of the Central European University, where she earned her LL.M.

Marija is a member of the Serbian Bar Association and the International Bar Association. Marija has been recommended by Chambers and Partners as a leading individual in the Chambers Global 2016 and the Chambers Europe 2016 guides. She has also been recommended by The Legal 500 as a leading individual for 2016.

Paul Weidenfeld

Paul Weidenfeld is a nationally recognized expert in Healthcare Law and Health Care litigation. A former Federal Health Care Prosecutor and National Health Care Fraud Coordinator for the United States Department of Justice, he has earned numerous awards including the prestigious Attorney General Award for Fraud Prevention and Nightingale Outstanding Healthcare Litigator. Since leaving the Department of Justice in 2007, Paul’s practice has focused on representing providers and individuals in healthcare fraud litigation, internal investigations, and matters false claims act litigation. Paul is a frequent speaker and panel participant on health care issues, and he also has extensive training in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution and mediation.


After graduating from Loyola Law School in 1980, Paul was fortunate to be offered a Law Clerk position with the Hon. Peter H. Beer, Judge, United States District Court. From there he became involved in litigation and trial work in a wide range of practice areas including criminal defense, personal injury work (both plaintiff and defense), and the representation of government agencies in administrative matters. By the time he became an Assistant United States Attorney in the Department of Justice in 1994, his litigation resume included 50 trials, 25 appellate arguments, and appearances before virtually every court in the US – including the United States Supreme Court – where he argued the matter of Ankenbrandt v. Richards, 504 US 689 (1992).

As an Assistant United States Attorney, Mr. Weidenfeld’s primary focus was the civil and criminal prosecution of health care fraud matters first as the Health Care Fraud Coordinator in his district and later as the Department of Justice, National Health Care Fraud Coordinator for the Executive Office of United States Attorneys. In that position, he served as the liaison for all Asst. US Attorneys within the Department of Justice that were working on health care fraud matters with all other governmental components including the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Since leaving the Department of Justice in 2007, Paul has focused on representing providers and individuals in healthcare fraud litigation, internal investigations, and matters false claims act litigation.


JD, Loyola University of New Orleans, 1980
BA, Tulane University, 1974

Bar Admissions:

United States Supreme Court, 1991
United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, 1985
United States District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana, 1980
United States District Court, Western District of Louisiana, 1993
Louisiana, all courts, 1980

Professional Associations:

Louisiana State Bar Association, Health Law Section, ADR Section
American Health Law Association, American Society for Health Risk Management


• Nightingale Outstanding Healthcare Litigator
• Department of Justice Attorney General Award for Fraud Prevention
• Office of Inspector General Cooperative Achievement Award
• National Healthcare Anti-Fraud Association, Investigation of the Year
• Office of Inspector General Integrity Award
• Department of Labor Exceptional Contributions Award
• Defense Criminal Investigative Service Recognition of Service
• Defense Contract Audit Agency Recognition of Exceptional Contribution
• FBI Recognition of Outstanding Prosecution
• NASA Office of Inspector General, Outstanding Prosecution
• Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Outstanding Prosecution

Recent Publications:

• Nursing Home Litigation – Failure of Care: United States v. Melville Borne, White Collar Case Strategies: Leading Lawyers on Developing Winning Strategies, Aspatore Books
• Five Things You Should Know about the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act of 2009
• Allison Engine: A “less friendly” environment for qui tam plaintiffs – but how much so?
• “Anatomy of a Nursing Home Case”

Tariq Alshatti

Tariq Alshatti is one of the Founders of Al-dostour Law Firm in Kuwait, where his practice focuses on Civil and Commercial Litigation. Previously, he was one of the Lawyers working in Mona Albuluchi Law Firm. He is active with Kuwait Bar Association. Mr. Alshatti has written numerous articles on Civil Rights and Duties and attended several sessions of arbitration. He is a graduate of Kuwait University Law School.

Firm Overview:

Al-dostour Law firm is able to handle everything from small investigations to the most complex litigation. Our trial attorneys are fully experienced in the civil law, family affairs, commercial law and criminal law actions.

Based on our attorney’s in-depth experience in all matters of law, our client can be assured that his law action will be studied, understood and deliberated from different aspects to bring forward a fair and independent trail.