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- Proposed Class Action Data Breach Suit Against Health Insurer Quashed for Lack of Sufficient Injury
Privacy & Cybersecurity Report | September 1, 2016
Government investigations and white collar defense partner Tina Sciocchetti and commercial litigation associate Michal Ovadia co-authored this column that discusses a federal district court’s dismissal of a putative class action filed on the heels of the health insurer’s disclosure of a data breach involving approximately 1.1 million plan members.
- DSRIP: NY Medicaid Program's Transition to Value Based Payment Arrangements
NYSBA Health Law Journal | September 1, 2016
A team of health care attorneys including partners Laurie Cohen and Michael Taubin and associate JoAnna Nicholson authored this column discussing the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program and its efforts to transform the New York Medicaid system.
- The Risk of Data Misuse by Health Care Co. Employees
Law360 | May 25, 2016
Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Tina Sciocchetti, health care partner Laurie Cohen and commercial litigation associate Michal Ovadia co-authored this column discussing the risks companies that collect or maintain sensitive personal information face when a rogue employee compromises data security.