When President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law, he sought to provide more Americans access to health care and, perhaps unwittingly, opened up a pipeline of activity for attorneys.

While health care has been a steady practice at D.C. firms, the law created more work on the regulatory, transactional and enforcement fronts. Attorneys expect a flood of business on the topic in 2013 — work that may stick around for some time.

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