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November 09, 2022

eSource: Dobbs Special Edition

By Adrienne Dresevic

In August, the ABA Health Law Section announced the creation of the Dobbs Task Force. The Task Force’s mission is to provide educational materials for Health Law Section members whose clients are impacted by the complex health law issues related to Dobbs. As a result of their work, we are pleased to provide our members this Dobbs Special Edition of eSource that explores the legal implications of the landmark Supreme Court decision. A special thank you to the authors as well as the below Task Force members for making this special edition happen.

Ellee Cochran, Husch Blackwell, Austin, TX
David Ellenbogen, Medica, Minnetonka, MN
Mark Faccenda, Norton Rose Fulbright, Washington, DC
Bruce Howell, HowellHealthLaw, Portland, OR
Lee Kim, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, Pittsburgh, PA
Colin Luke, Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP, Nashville, TN
Hayley Penan, California Department of Justice, Attorney General’s Office, Sacramento, CA
Kathy Lynn Poppitt, King & Spalding, Austin, TX
Robyn Shapiro, Health Sciences Law Group, Mequon, WI
Lisa D. Taylor, Inglesino, Webster, Wyciskala & Taylor, Boca Raton, FL
Kenya Woodruff, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, Dallas, TX
Tammy Ward Woffenden, Locke Lord LLP, Austin, TX

A special thanks goes to Clay Countryman, immediate past chair of the ABA Health Law Section, for forming this Task Force.

In the coming months, the Task Force is also working on a 50 State Survey that will provide up-to-date information on various topics implicated by Dobbs. We are also coordinating with other Section leaders in the creation of programming, including a webinar, and sessions at both our Washington Health Law Summit being held December 12–13 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Washington, DC, and Emerging Issues in Healthcare Conference being held March 8–11 at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Simeon Carson ([email protected]).

Adrienne Dresevic

The Health Law Partners, Farmington Hills, MI and Chair, ABA Dobbs Task Force

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