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Martin R. Dix, Esq.

Martin Dix focuses his practice primarily on pharmacy and drug distribution law. His clients encompass nearly all aspects of the legal drug delivery system, including pharmacies, pharmacists, and pharmacy benefit managers; drug wholesalers; drug and dietary supplement manufacturers; retail medical oxygen dealers; and compressed medical gases wholesalers. He has also represented a variety of other health care providers and entities, such as physician practices, health care clinics, clinical laboratories, mental health centers, home health agencies and hospitals. 

Clients rely on Martin for counsel on pharmacy and healthcare-related licensing, regulatory, HIPAA, Medicaid and Medicare, contract and reimbursement issues. 

With a comprehensive understanding of the state and federal regulatory agencies, Martin represents clients before the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Florida Board of Pharmacy, Agency for Health Care Administration, Florida Department of Health, Department of Business and Professional Regulation Division of Drugs, Devices and Cosmetics, Office for Civil Rights, Medicaid, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Agency for Persons with Disabilities, Florida Disabilities Council, Florida Attorney General’s Office, Division of Administrative Hearings, Florida Governor and Cabinet, and other state and federal agencies. 

Martin is an active member of Akerman’s Cannabis Practice, which provides counsel to clients on the complex legal and business issues impacting companies with interests in the medical and adult-use cannabis industries. He has represented medical marijuana dispensaries and treatment providers on a myriad regulatory issues.

Programs by Martin R. Dix, Esq..

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Criminal Law & ProcedureFederal CourtsFlorida EligibleHealth Care LawPersonal InjuryPharmaceutical LawPrivacy Law
CaliforniaColoradoFloridaGeorgiaNew JerseyNew YorkTexas Self Study
Program Credits
Areas of Professional Practice:1 Credit
Total Credits
CLE Credit: 1