Health Law Section Publications: The Health Lawyer

Volume 18 (2005 - 2006)

Vol. 18, No. 06, August 2006 Members Only PDF

  • The Supreme Court Revisits Third-Party Reimbursement Claims Under ERISA: Sereboff v. Mid-Atlantic Medical Services, Inc
    C. Mark Humbert, Esq., Green & Humbert, San Francisco, CA
  • Financial Relationships in the Healthcare Industry: A Look at Lessons Gained from Recent Cases and Settlements
    David L. Douglass, Esq., Porter Wright Morris & Arthur, Washington, DC
  • Statutory Liens for Health Care Providers: The Effectiveness of Laws Allowing Providers to Assert Liens on Settlements or Judgments from Third Party Tortfeasors
    Alaina N. Stout, Esq., Flaherty, Sensabaugh & Bonasso, Charleston, WV
  • Government Investigations and Legal Opinion Liability
    Robert M. Wolin, Esq., Baker & Hostetler, Houston, TX
  • Statutory Immunity for Reports Filed With the National Practitioner Data Bank - What is “Accurate” Reporting for Purposes of Immunity?
    Howard S. Wolfson, Esq. and Edward P. Gilbert, Esq., Morrison Cohen LLP, New York, NY

Product code: 56300011806 Price: $5.00

Vol. 18, No. 05, June 2006 Members Only PDF

  • The Sarbanes-Oxley Act — Considerations for Nonprofit Health Care Organizations
    Robert W. Friz, Esq., PricewaterhouseCoopers Philadelphia, PA and Elizabeth Virgin, Esq., PricewaterhouseCoopers Washington, DC
  • Countdown to Implementation of New Federal Qui Tam Requirements: Are Your Health Care Provider Clients Ready?
    Brian M. Castro, Esq., Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur, LLP, Washington, DC
  • The Risks of “ER” Outsourcing: A Tale of Woe from the Bankruptcy Underworld
    Robert A. Guy, Jr., Esq. and Thomas E. Bartrum, Esq., Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP, Nashville, TN
  • Identification of Outlier Payments for Long-Term Care Hospitals
    Stephen M. Sullivan, Esq. and Paul W. Pitts, Esq., Sullivan, Stolier & Resor, New Orleans, LA
  • Collateral Damages in the Government’s War on Health Care Fraud: Violations of Providers’ Rights
    Patric Hooper, Esq. and Jordan B. Keville, Esq., Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, Inc., Los Angeles, CA

Product code: 56300011805 Price: $5.00

Vol. 18, No. 04, April 2006 Members Only PDF

  • Analyzing the Federal Trade Commission's North Texas Specialty Physicians Decision
    Jeff Miles, Ober/Kaler, Washington, DC
  • The Re-Gift of Life: Who Should Capture the Value of Transplanted Human Tissue?
    Robert Katz, Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis, IN
  • The Elusive "Reasonable and Necessary": Making a Determination of Coverage with Evidence Development
    Lisa Dahm, Houston, TX
  • Ethics and Human Experimentation During the Holocaust: The Rise and Fall of Informed Consent
    Tessa Chelouche, MD, Haifa, Israel
  • Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 Addresses Various Health Care Issues
    Jessica B. Applegate and Kathy Kuhagen, Michael Best, Milwaukee, WI

Product code: 56300011804 Price: $5.00

Vol. 18, No. 03, February 2006 Members Only PDF

  • Oregon’s Death with Dignity Act and Alleged Patient Euthanasia After Hurricane Katrina - the Government's Role
    Michael E. Clark, Esq., Hamel Bowers & Clark, LLP, Houston, Texas
  • Fall from Grace: Lessons Learned from the University of Washington School of Medicine Fraud Investigation
    Howard E. O’Leary, Jr., Esq., Dykema Gossett PLLC, Washington, DC
  • Patient Financial Responsibility Under High Deductible Health Plans: What Providers Can & Can't Do if the Patient Can't Pay
    Robin Fisk, Esq., Fisk Law Office, Ashland, New Hampshire
  • SEC Rule Changes Offer Breathing Room to Smaller Health Care Issuers
    William W. Horton, Esq., Haskell Slaughter Young & Rediker, LLC, Birmingham, Alabama
Product code: 56300011803 Price: $5.00

Vol. 18, No. 02, December 2005 Members Only PDF

  • The New Bankruptcy Law and Health Care: Impact on Health Care Businesses and Potential Impact on Patient Collections
    Harold L. Kaplan, Esq., Susan Barnes de Resendiz, Esq. and Robyn Shapiro, Esq., Gardner Carton & Douglas LLP, Chicago, Illinois
  • OIG Releases Hospital Supplemental Compliance Guidance
    Marcelo N. Corpuz III, Quarles & Brady, Milwaukee, WI
  • Trouble on the Horizon? Medicare Part D and Dual Eligibles
    Daniel A. Cody, Reed Smith LLP, San Francisco,
  • Stark and Anti-Kickback Protection for E-Prescribing and Electronic Health Records
    Andrew B. Wachler and Adrienne Dresevic, Wachler & Associates, Royal Oak, MI
  • Paying a Fair Price in a Business Acquisition – and No More
    Peter W. Ketchum, Willamette Management Associates, Atlanta, GA

Product code: 56300011802 Price: $5.00

Vol. 18, No. 01, October 2005 Members Only PDF

  • Product Liability Protection for Stem Cell Research and Therapies — A Proposal
    James M. Wood, Esq., Reed Smith, Oakland, CA; Areta L. Kupchyk, Esq., Reed Smith, Washington, DC,and Jessica M. Perry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
  • A Review of The Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005
    Charles M. Key, Esq., The Bogatin Law Firm, PLC, Memphis, TN
  • HHS Proposes New Safe Harbor for Federally Qualified Health Centers
    Patricia Kane Williams, Esq., Duane Morris LLP, Princeton, NJ
  • An Overview of FEHBA and the Power of its Preemption
    Fred A. Smith, III, Esq. and David M. Goldhaber, Esq., Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold LLP, Chicago, IL
  • Recent Developments with Respect to the Stark Law Specialty Hospital Moratorium
    Celestina Owusu-Sanders, Esq., Quarles and Brady, Milwaukee, WI

Product code: 56300011801 Price: $5.00

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