Health care is among the fastest growing industries in the U.S., and while advancements in treatments create new opportunities every day, growth does not come without challenges—economic stresses, increased scrutiny and government regulation have increased the risks facing health care providers.
Failure to navigate the risks properly can result in disruptive disputes and litigation. We understand the challenges faced by businesses in the regulated health care industry. And we know how to get clients back to business fast.
Our efficiency, knowledge of the industry and litigation experience are particularly valuable to clients who need appropriate and cost-efficient litigation results.
We assist clients with litigation involving many different aspects of health care at the local, state and national levels, including:
Law360 | August 25, 2017
Chicago health care partner Valerie Montague is quoted in this article about how Aetna Inc.’s mailed letters to policy holders regarding prescriptions for HIV drugs violated the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
New Hampshire Union Leader | April 16, 2017
Manchester litigation department leader Scott O’Connell is quoted throughout this article about developments in an ongoing case involving the New Hampshire Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Association.
Valley News | April 04, 2017
Scott O’Connell, leader of the firm’s Litigation Department, is quoted in this article about potential budget repercussions from New Hampshire’s failure to create a dedicated fund for hospital reimbursements.
Law360 | May 19, 2015
Albany Health Care partner Laurie Cohen and Albany Commercial Litigation associate Jena Rotheim coauthored this article on whether New York’s state’s highest court is willing to significantly expand the scope of individuals to whom medical providers owe a duty.
NP Privacy Partner | 02.17.17
Health Care Alert | 05.13.16
Health Care Litigation Alert | 04.25.16
Health Care Alert | 03.28.16
Health Care Alert | 02.01.16
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