Daniel K. Natirboff, Esquire

Email: dann@capozziadler.com Tel: 717-233-4101  Fax: 717-233-4103
Address: 2933 N. Front Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110

Background

Mr. Natirboff started as an associate with the firm at its inception in 1997.  Now a partner at Capozzi Adler, P.C., he is the chair of the Reimbursement Litigation Department which, at any time, handles over 500 Administrative Appeals and Civil Actions.  Since the founding of the firm, Mr. Natirboff has successfully resolved over 1,000 Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement appeals on behalf of our clients. He also focuses his practice on Medicaid licensure, certification, and bed transfers.  Mr. Natirboff’s other experience includes employment with the PA Liquor Control Board and the United States Department of State at the American Embassy in Moscow.

Positions and Accomplishments

Mr. Natirboff has participated in the Dauphin County Pro Bono Program and the Federal Pro Bono Attorney Program for the Middle District of Pennsylvania where he has represented indigent litigants in State and Federal Court, including Federal Jury trials.  He came to Capozzi Adler, P.C. from the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare where he was employed as an Attorney Hearing Officer, conducting formal hearings and drafting adjudications in the area of Medical Assistance.

Mr. Natirboff is admitted to practice before Pennsylvania State Courts, the United States District Court for the Middle and Western Districts of Pennsylvania, and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.  Mr. Natirboff successfully argued Christ the King Manor v. Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services, 730 F.3d 291 in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, where a DHS State Plan amendment imposing the Budget Adjustment Factor on nursing facility providers was declared invalid.  Having authored articles on legal issues relevant to nursing home providers, he has been published in Nursing Home Trade Association publications nationally, including LeadingAge PA‘s legal briefs.  With his expertise in long-term care issues, Mr. Natirboff frequently speaks at seminars focused on that topic.

Mr. Natirboff is a member of the Cumberland County Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, and Business Member in LeadingAge PA.  He has served on the Pennsylvania Bar Association Health Law Committee, the PA Association of Home Health Agency’s Finance Committee, the PHCA Government Funding Relations Committee, the Payment for Services Committee, and, most recently, the Legal Advisory Committee. Mr. Natirboff is the Chairman of the Cannabis Practice Group and is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Medical Marijuana and Hemp Law Committee.

Education

Mr. Natirboff is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. He earned his law degree at Widener University School of Law in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Mr. Natirboff grew up in a Foreign Service family; he has lived in France, Sudan, Kenya, Egypt, and the Soviet Union. Mr. Natirboff has also taught English in Taipei, Taiwan.