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LISA TAYLOR



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United States - NJ
English
Mediation Profile

Experience:

Partner, Inglesino, Webster, Wyciskala & Taylor, LLC, 2010 to date; Partner, Stern & Kilcullen LLC, 2006-2010; Partner, St. John & Wayne, L.L.C., 1999-06; Director/Attorney, Hannoch Weisman, A Professional Corporation, 1996-99; Associate Attorney, Shanley & Fisher, P.C., 1989-96; Associate Attorney/Summer Associate, LeBoeuf, Lamb, Leiby & MacRae, 1987-89, 1985; Judicial Law Clerk, Supreme Court of New Jersey, 1986-87; Law Clerk, Coastal Healthcare, 1985-86; Law Clerk, Duke University Counsel and Medical Center Legal Counsel, 1984-86. 

Education:

Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts, Executive and Continuing Professional Education, 2017.

Duke University School of Law, Durham, NC
J.D., May 1986.

Duke University, Durham, NC
M.A., in Philosophy, May 1986.

Barnard College, Columbia University, NY, NY
B.A. Cum Laude, Honors in Anthropology, May 1983
Major: Anthropology; Minor: Political Science

Bar Admissions:

New Jersey, December 1986
United States District Court (D.N.J.), December 1986
New York, January 1987
District of Columbia, May 1989 (currently inactive status)
Tennessee, October 1996
Pennsylvania, October 2003
Florida, December 2004, Board Certified in Health Law 2013

United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, March 1991
Supreme Court of the United States, May 1991

United States District Court (Southern District of Florida), March 2012

United States District Court (S.D.N.Y.), July 2005
United States District Court (E.D.NY.), July 2005

Recognition:


Repeatedly Listed in Best Lawyers in America

Subject of State of New Jersey Joint Legislative Resolution paying tribute, November 2016

Subject of Resolution of Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders for volunteerism, November 2016

Recipient of the Ira Geller Award from Community Access Unlimited in recognition of zealous advocacy on behalf of the disabled, November 2016

Recipient of the NJICLE Distinguished Service Award for Excellence in Continuing Legal Education from the New Jersey State Bar Association, December 2014

Listed in Who's Who in America, American Law and the World.

Recipient of the Distinguished Service Award for outstanding service to the health bar and health industry from the New Jersey State Bar Association Health and Hospital Law Section, May 2007.

Named to New York Area’s Top Lawyers by New York Magazine.

Repeatedly named one of Top 50 Female New Jersey Super Lawyers and Top 100 New Jersey Super Lawyers by New Jersey Monthly Magazine. 

Named to list of New Jersey's leading women and minority attorneys by New Jersey Law Journal, August 2005.

Named as one of ten attorneys nationally as 2004 Outstanding Physician Practice Attorney by Nightingale's HealthCare News.

Member, Million Dollar Advocates Forum for having achieved a verdict, award or settlement in excess of $1 Million.

I HAVE SUCCESSFULLY MEDIATED OVER ONE HUNDRED DISPUTES BETWEEN HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS AND PAYORS (INSURERS) DEALING WITH REIMBURSEMENT FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICES INCLUDING SUCH ISSUES AS CONTRACT INTERPRETATION, COVERAGE FOR EXPERIMENTAL TREATMENT AND/OR NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND CUSTODIAL VERSUS REHABILITATIVE VERSUS PALLIATIVE TREATMENT IN CATASTROPHIC INJURY CASES WITH AMOUNTS AT ISSUE IN EXCESS OF ONE TO TWENTY MILLION DOLLARS. I HAVE ALSO MEDIATED DISPUTES INVOLVING THIRD PARTY ADMINISTRATORS OF HEALTH BENEFIT PLANS, EMPLOYERS OF CONTRACTED PLANS AND PATIENT-BENEFICIARIES UNDER SUCH HEALTH BENEFIT PLANS. I HAVE ALSO MEDIATED A NUMBER OF DISPUTES INVOLVING PUBLIC (GOVERNMENTAL) ENTITIES. AS A MEDIATOR ON THE ROSTER OF COURT- APPROVED MEDIATORS AS A RULE 1:40 QUALIFIED MEDIATOR DESIGNATED BY THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS, I HAVE MEDIATED A WIDE RANGE OF COMMERCIAL DISPUTES INVOLVING REAL ESTATE, CONTRACTS, EMPLOYMENT AND OTHER CIVIL MATTERS. I AM THE AUTHOR OF "ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN HEALTHCARE", A CHAPTER IN THE HEALTH LAW PRACTICE GUIDE PUBLISHED BY THOMSON/WEST IN 2005 AND UPDATED IN 2006. THE 2ND EDITION WAS PUBLISHED IN 2008 AND UPDATED IN 2014. I HAVE ALSO AUTHORED SEVERAL ARTICLES ON DISPUTE RESOLUTION PUBLISHED IN PROFESSIONAL PERIODICALS, INCLUDING NEW JERSEY MEDICINE AND OT (OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY) PRACTICE MAGAZINES.

My ADR Appointments include the following:

Panel of Mediators, United States District Court, 2016 to date.

Certified Arbitrator, United States District Court, 2002 to date.

American Arbitration Association Roster of Neutrals, Arbitrator, 1998 to date; Mediator, 2006 to date.

American Health Lawyers Association Dispute Resolution Service, Arbitrator, 2018 to date; Mediator, 1997 to 2017.

Member – Roster of Court-Approved Mediators as a R. 1:40 Qualified Mediator by State of New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts, 2005 to date.

Certified Mediator, International Mediation Institute, The Hague, Netherlands, 2009.

Panel of Distinguished Neutrals of the CPR International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution, 2003 to date.

National Arbitration Forum Panel of Arbitrators, 2004.

American Health Lawyers Association, Board appointee to ADR Task Force, 2008-2012 and 2001-2004.

American Arbitration Association Healthcare Dispute Resolution Task Force, 1999.

 

I expect parties to take mediation seriously and participate in good faith. It is critical that all necessary parties (corporate representatives) participate, preferably in person at the mediation session, but at least be available by conference call. If a contract is at issue, all corporate signatories to such agreement should participate in the mediation if they are still affiliated with the organization(s). I believe that successful mediation requires more than "shuttle diplomacy" and that active involvement of the mediator is crucial. I believe that it is critical to listen to what the parties are saying and what they are not saying. When appropriate, I will propose solutions to problems. When appropriate, I will confidentially evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of parties' positions when in caucus.

REIMBURSEMENT/RATE/COVERAGE ISSUES FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICES; EMPLOYMENT DISPUTES IN THE HEALTH INDUSTRY; DISPUTES BETWEEN PARTIES, WHICH MUST, FOR A VARIETY OF REASONS CONTINUE TO DEAL WITH EACH OTHER (SUCH AS A DISPUTE INVOLVING THE SOLE OR A MAJOR COMMUNITY HOSPITAL AND/OR A PAYOR/INSURER WITH SIGNIFICANT MARKET SHARE); REAL ESTATE DISPUTES, ESPECIALLY THOSE WHICH ARISE AS PART OF A DISPUTE OVER A BROADER BUSINESS TRANSACTION AND THOSE WHICH INVOLVE SPECIAL- PURPOSE REAL ESTATE SUCH AS HEALTH CARE FACILITIES.

$550 Per Hour
Hourly rate applies to conference, study, travel and mediation session time plus disbursements (travel expenses, conference call fees).

Cancellation policy: Reserve the right to charge $1000 if cancelled 4-10 business days prior to session, $2500 if cancelled 3 business days or less prior to session. Often waive cancellation fees if only a single day session is cancelled and especially if the parties resolve the dispute on their own prior to the session.

Professional Leadership and Appointments

American Bar Association  (Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility, 2018 to date; Health Law Section Liaison to SOC Ethics and Professionalism 2017 to date; Health Law Section Ethics and Professionalism Committee, Chair 2015 to date, Co-Chair 2014-2015, Vice Chair 2012-2014; Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law Planning Committee Co-Chair 2013-2016 and Member 2019-2012.) New Jersey State Bar Association (Health Law Section Board of Directors 1999 to date, Chair 2004-2005 and 2017-2018).  American Health Lawyers Association (Board Appointee to ADR Task Force, 2008 to 2012 and 2001 to 2004; Business Law and Governance Practice Group, Vice Chair 2012-2017; Physician Organizations Practice Group, Vice Chair 2002 to 2008).  Women Business Leaders of the US Health Care Industry Foundation. Appointed Special Ethics Master by Supreme Court of Neww Jersey, 2011. New Jersey State Bar Association Standing Committee on Professional Responsibility, 2003-2006. Supreme Court of New Jersey District VC Ethics Committee, 1998 to 2002. Vice-Chair 2000 to 2001, Chair 2001 to 2002. Contributing Editor, Health Care Fraud & Abuse Newsletter, a monthly newsletter published by American Lawyer Media Inc., 1999 to 2002. Editorial Advisory Board, Medical Staff Briefing, a monthly newsletter for medical staff leadership and personnel with a readership of 15,000, 1995 to 2000. 

Volunteer Work

Board of Directors, New Jersey Ballet, 2018 to date.

Founding Board Member, National Board of Health Lawyers established by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and accredited by the American Bar Association, 2017 to date.


Duke University Admissions Interviewer 2005 to 2016.
Alzheimer's Association of Greater New Jersey - Personnel and Compensation Committee 2003 -, Board of Directors - 2000 to 2002.
Alzheimer's Association of Northern New Jersey, Board of Directors - 2000; Patient and Family Services Committee - 1997 to 2000.
Junior League of Morristown, Board of Directors - 1996-1997; Member -1987-1989 and 1994 to 2002.
Advanced Community Health Systems, Inc. and subsidiaries, formerly West Essex Community Health Services, Inc., Chairman of Board of Directors - 1997-1998; First Vice Chairman 1996-1997; Second Vice Chairman 1996; Member - 1995.
Township of Livingston, Advisory Health Committee, Member - 1989-1997; Vice Chairman 1991, 1994, 1995.
Duke Law School Alumni Admissions Program.
Nominating Chairman, Barnard College Class of 1983, 1993 to 1998.
Barnard Area Representative, 1983-1994.
Treasurer, Barnard College Class of 1983, 1983-1993.
Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, 1988-1989.
Board of Trustees, Barnard College, Member - 1981-1983.

Provided upon request

Training and Education

AAA – ICDR/ICC/ICSID 34th Annual Joint Colloquium, December 2017.

AAA – Webinar Arbitrating Cultural Heritage Disputes, October 2017.

Motion Practice Under AAA Rules: What You Need to Know, American Arbitration Association, May 2017.

Out of Sight, Out of Mind: What You Need to Know about Preventing and Arbitrating Business-to-Business (“B2B”) Data Breaches, American Arbitration Association Webinar, March 2017.

New Jersey Office of Dispute Settlement,

Advanced Civil Mediation Training, January 2017; April 2016.

2016 American Arbitration Association Healthcare Dispute Resolution Innovation and Strategy Conference, November 2016.

Superior Court of New Jersey Union Vicinage, Mediation Seminar, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006.

American Arbitration Association/ICDR/Mediation.org Panel Conference, February 2016.

American Arbitration Association Panel Dynamics: Staying on Course When Things Don’t Go As Planned, 2015.

New Jersey Office of the Public Defender Advanced Mediation Training, April 2015, April 2014.

American Arbitration Association Healthcare Dispute Resolution Innovation & Strategy Conference, November 2014.

United States District Court for the District of New Jersey Hurricane Sandy ADR Training 2014.

American Arbitration Association, What’s a Respondent Like You Doing in a Place Like This – Confronting Arbitrability and Jurisdiction in Arbitration, May 2014.

11th Annual ICDR Miami International Arbitration Conference-International Dispute Resolution in the Americas, September 2013.

American Arbitration Association, Commercial Arbitration Rules – Orientation to Revisions, 2013.

American Arbitration Association, Maximizing Efficiency & Economy in Arbitration: Challenges at the Preliminary Hearing, 2011.

American Arbitration Association, Healthcare Payor Provider Rules Training, 2011.

U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey Certification and Training, 2008 and 2002.

American Arbitration Association, Neutrals Conference, Motions to Vacate: What They Tell Us About Arbitration Awards, Best Practices for Arbitrating Large Complex Cases, Discovery and Evidence in Arbitration, 2006.

American Arbitration Association, Dealing with Delay Tactics in Arbitration, 2005.

American Arbitration Association, Arbitration Awards: Safeguarding, Deciding & Writing Awards, 2004.

Civil, General Equity and Probate Mediation Skills, 18 Hour Training, sponsored by the State of New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts, May 2003.

American Arbitration Association, Commercial Arbitrator II Training: Advanced Case Management Issues, 2002.

American Arbitration Association, Arbitrator II, Advanced Case Management Issues, May 2002.

American Arbitration Association, Ethics in Arbitration Seminar, 2002.

American Arbitration Association, Arbitrator Update 2001.

American Arbitration Association, Commercial Arbitrator Training, October 1999.

National Health Lawyers Association/AAHA, Inc., Two-Day Certified Healthcare Mediator Program, 1998.

National Health Lawyers Association, 1995.

 

Judge, 18th Annual Yale Invitational sponsored by the Yale Mock Trial Association, December 2013, New Haven, Connecticut.

Judge, 17th Annual Yale Invitational sponsored by the Yale Mock Trial Association, December 2012, New Haven, Connecticut.

Judge, 16th Annual Yale Invitational sponsored by the Yale Mock Trial Association, December 2011, New Haven, Connecticut.

Faculty Member, "Medicine and the Law", University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Piscataway, New Jersey, Fall 2001 and 2002.

Panelist – “Can’t We All Just Get Along? Mediating Clinical, Payer, Peer Review and Corporate Healthcare Disputes”, a webinar sponsored by the American Bar Association, June 2018.

 

Co-Presenter – “Don’t Get Smacked: Ethical Obligations and Traps for the Unwary”, Physicians Legal Issues Conference, co-sponsored by the Chicago Medical Society and the American Bar Association Health Law Section, Chicago, Illinois, June 2018. 

 

Moderator – “Health Law Fundamentals”, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, West Orange, New Jersey, April 2018.

 

Co-Presenter – “Maintaining Professionalism in an Era of Chaos” and “Health Care Transactions Gone Wrong- The Rise of ADR in Post-Transaction Health Care Disputes” at the 19th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law sponsored by the American Bar Association Health Law Section, Scottsdale, Arizona, February 2018.

 

Moderator – “Ethics in Health Care”, a webinar sponsored by New Jersey State Bar Association Health Law Section and the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, November 2017.

 

Co-Moderator – 2017 Health Law Symposium sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, West Orange, New Jersey, October 2017.

 

Co-Moderator – 2016 Health Law Symposium sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, October 2016.

 

Co-Presenter – “Use of ADR in Resolving Health Care Disputes”, presented at the Justice Marie l. Garibaldi American Inn of Court for Dispute Resolution, Basking Ridge, New Jersey, April 2016.

 

Moderator – Health Law Fundamentals for Every Attorney sponsored by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, West Orange, New Jersey, April 2016.

 

Moderator – 2015 Health Law Symposium sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, October 2015.

 

Moderator – “Playing With Numbers:  The Use of Extrapolation and Statistical Sampling in Civil and Criminal Proceedings”, sponsored by New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, May 2015.

 

Presenter – “The Use of Extrapolation and Statistical Sampling in Civil and Criminal Proceedings”, at the Representing Physicians program sponsored by New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, March 2015.

 

Co-Presenter – “Law at the Crossroads – Counseling in the Context of Conflicting Laws”, 12th Annual Washington Health Law Summit sponsored by the American Bar Association Health Law Section, Washington, DC, December 2014.

 

Co-Moderator and Presenter – “Ethical Considerations for Deal Counsel”, Health Law Symposium sponsored by New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, October 2014.

 

Co-Presenter – “Counsel to the Deal: Conflicts and Other Legal Ethics Challenges in Transactional Representation”, AHLA 2014 Health Care Transactions Program, Nashville, Tennessee, April 2014.

 

Presenter – “PODs – What Next? The Impact of the OIG’s Special Fraud Alert”, 15th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law, Phoenix, Arizona, February 2014.

 

Moderator – “Ethics for Healthcare Attorneys”, webinar sponsored by the American Bar Association Health Law Section, Young Lawyers Division, Center for Professional Responsibility and the Center for Professional Development, December 2013.

 

Presenter – “Shining a Light on the Sunshine Act” – and Program Co-Moderator – 2013 Health Law Symposium sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, November 2013.

 

Moderator – “Health Law Fundamentals for Every Attorney”, sponsored by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, West Orange, New Jersey, September 2013.

 

Presenter – “New Jersey Mental Health & Law 2013”, sponsored by HealthED, LLC, Parsippany, New Jersey, September 2013.

 

Moderator – “Ethics:  Honoring Your Ethical Obligations While Defending Health Care Providers and Entities During an Investigation”, 14th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law, sponsored by the American Bar Association Health Law Section, Miami, Florida, February 2013.

 

Speaker – “Ethics for Healthcare Attorneys”, a webinar sponsored by the American Bar Association Health Law Section, Young Lawyers Division, Center for Professional Responsibility and the Center for Professional Development, December 2012.

 

Co-Moderator – 2012 Health Law Symposium, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, October 2012.

 

Presenter – “New Jersey Mental Health & Law 2012”, sponsored by HealthED, LLC, Bridgewater, New Jersey, October 2012.

 

Panelist – “Who Watches the Watchers:  Legal Ethics Challenges in Internal Investigations”, sponsored by the American Bar Association Center for Professional Responsibility, Criminal Justice Section and the ABA Center for Continuing Legal Education, April 2012.

 

Presenter – “The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) & the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Intersection Between Them”, at Legal Issues in College Health sponsored by the New Jersey College Health Association and Rider University, Lawrenceville, New Jersey, March 2012.

 

Co-Moderator – “Recent Developments in Health Care Fraud and Abuse Enforcement”, sponsored by the New Jersey State Bar Association, Health & Hospital Law Section and the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, March 2012.

 

Co-Moderator – 2011 Health & Hospital Law Symposium, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, November 2011.

 

Presenter – “New Jersey Mental Health and The Law 2011 – Confidentiality and Privilege/Risk Management & The Record”, sponsored by HealthED, LLC, Saddle Brook, New Jersey, June 2011.

 

Speaker – “Navigating the Healthcare Fraud and Abuse Laws: A Primer for Young Lawyers on the Anti-Kickback Statute and Stark Law”, a teleconference sponsored by the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Health Law Committee, May 2011.

 

Speaker – “Healthy Resolution of Conflicts in Healthcare” at the 13th Annual Spring Conference, sponsored by the American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section, Denver, Colorado, April 2011.

 

Speaker – “Medicare and Medicaid Fundamentals” at the 12th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law, sponsored by the American Bar Association Health Law Section, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 2011.

 

Speaker – “Ouch! Preventing and Curing Health and Hospital Law Ethics Problems” at the 2011 Midyear Meeting of the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers, Atlanta, Georgia, February 2011.

 

Speaker – “How the New Health Care Reform Law Will Affect Your Company and Its Employees” at the 2011 Corporate Counsel Institute, sponsored by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Education, New Brunswick, New Jersey, January 2011.

 

Co-Moderator and Ethics Speaker – 2010 Health & Hospital Law Symposium, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, November 2010.

 

Program Faculty – “Arbitration – A More Beautiful Process” at the Annual Meeting of the American Health Lawyers Association, Seattle, Washington, June 2010.

 

Presenter – “New Jersey Mental Health and The Law 2010 – Confidentiality and Privilege/Risk Management & The Record”, sponsored by HealthED, LLC, Rockaway, New Jersey, June 2010.

 

Speaker – “Walking the Ethical Tightrope” a plenary session of the 11th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law sponsored by the American Bar Association Health Law Section, Phoenix, Arizona, February 2010.

 

Speaker – “Key Health Care Issues” at the 2010 Corporate Counsel Institute, sponsored by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Education, New Brunswick, New Jersey, January 2010.

 

Speaker – “Arbitration Training for Advocates and Arbitrators”, a teleconference sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, January 2010.

 

Speaker – “Ethics for Healthcare Attorneys: Multi-jurisdictional Practice–Crossing the Borders without Crossing the Line”, a teleconference sponsored by the American Bar Association Health Law Section, December 2009.

 

Speaker – “Legal Ethics for Transactional Lawyers”, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Iselin, New Jersey, November 2009.

 

Co-Moderator – 2009 Health & Hospital Law Symposium sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, October 2009.

 

Moderator – “Introduction to Health Law”, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, New Brunswick, New Jersey, May 2009.

 

Presenter – “New Jersey Mental Health and The Law 2009 – Confidentiality and Privilege/Risk Management & The Record”, sponsored by HealthED, LLC, Edison, New Jersey, April 2009.

 

Speaker – “Ethical Interactions Between Providers and Vendors”, a plenary session of the 10th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law sponsored by the American Bar Association Health Law Section, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, February 2009.

 

Program Faculty – “Legal Ethics: Preventive Medicine – A Rx for Prudent and Ethical Representation of Physicians and Physician Organizations” at the Hospitals and Health Systems Law Institute and the Physicians and Physician Organizations Law Institute, sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, Phoenix, Arizona, February 2009.

 

Panelist – “Ethics for Healthcare Attorneys”, a teleconference sponsored by the American Bar Association Center for Continuing Legal Education, December 2008.

 

Co-Moderator – 2008 Health & Hospital Law Symposium, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, October 2008.

 

Program Faculty – “Under the Microscope: Lessons Learned About Deferred Prosecution Agreements and Operating under the Scrutiny of a Federal Monitor” at the Annual Meeting of the American Health Lawyers Association, San Francisco, California, June 2008.

 

Speaker – “Legal Ethics – When the Lawyer Becomes the Target”, a plenary session of the 9th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law sponsored by the American Bar Association Health Law Section, San Diego, California, February 2008.

 

Panelist – “The 2008 Fannie Mitchell Career Conference”, sponsored by Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, January 2008.

 

Panelist – “Ethics for Healthcare Attorneys”, a teleconference sponsored by the American Bar Association Center for Continuing Legal Education, December 2007.

 

Presenter – “The Vulnerability of Being in the Health Care Market or Another Regulated Industry” at the Initiating In-House Investigations & Responding to Government Investigations Seminar, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, November 2007.

 

Co-Moderator – 2007 Health & Hospital Law Symposium, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, October 2007.

 

Speaker – “Sins of the Therapist- Legal Liabilities and Cases That Will Make You Laugh and Cry”, sponsored by the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Voorhees, New Jersey, October 2007.

 

Program Faculty – “The Use of Deferred Prosecution Agreements in Healthcare Fraud Compliance” at the Fraud & Compliance Forum, sponsored by the Health Care Compliance Association and the American Health Lawyers Association, Baltimore, Maryland, September 2007.

 

Panelist – “Ethics for Healthcare Attorneys”, a teleconference sponsored by the American Bar Association Center for Continuing Education, May 2007.

 

Panelist – “Ethical Considerations in Public Sector Law”, co-sponsored by the American Bar Association Government & Public Sector Lawyers Division and the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, New Brunswick, New Jersey, April 2007.

 

Program Faculty – “Spilling the Beans- Protecting Yourself and the Attorney-Client Privilege During an Investigation” at the Hospitals and Health Systems Law Institute and the Physicians and Physician Organizations Law Institute, sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 2007.

 

Panelist – “The Eye of the Beholder: The Perils and Possibilities of False Claims Act Litigation” at the New Jersey Hospital Association, Princeton, New Jersey, February 2007.

 

Co-Moderator – 2006 Health & Hospital Law Symposium, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, October 2006.

 

Program Faculty – “Be Aware of the Nighthawk – Critical Deal Points” at the Physician and Physician Organizations Law Institute, sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, February 2006.

 

Co-Moderator – 2005 Health & Hospital Law Symposium, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Newark, New Jersey, October 2005.

 

Program Faculty – “Pointed Fingers Everywhere – Trends in Legal Ethics, Liability and Other Exposure for Attorneys” at the Physician and Physician Organizations Law Institute, sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, Tucson, Arizona, February 2005.

 

Moderator – “Legal Impediments to Physician Practice Revenue Diversification Efforts: Office Based Outpatient Surgical Services, Ambulatory Surgical Centers, Concierge Medicine and Others”, a teleconference sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, January 2005.

 

Moderator – “Challenges of Hiring and Employing Impaired Nurses and Other Practitioners”, a teleconference sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, November 2004.

 

Co-Moderator – 2004 Health & Hospital Law Symposium, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Iselin, New Jersey, October 2004.

 

Co-Moderator – “Prescription Or Pain? What the New Medicare Bill Really Means for Patients & Providers”, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, New Brunswick, New Jersey, April 2004.

 

Guest Speaker – at the New Jersey Allergy Society meeting in Newark, New Jersey, January 2004.

 

Presenter – “HIPAA Considerations for Elder and Disability Law Attorneys (And The Implications For Their Clients)” at the Sophisticated Elder Law Concepts IX Seminar, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, New Brunswick, New Jersey, January 2004.

 

Co-Presenter – “The New 2004 Ethics Rules for New Jersey Lawyers”, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Fairfield, New Jersey, November 2003.

 

Co-Moderator – “The Medical Malpractice Mess Part 2:  Is Asset Protection a Solution?”, a teleconference, sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, October 2003.

 

Co-Moderator – “Docs on the Hot Seat: Plaintiffs and Defense Counsel Offer Advice on Preparing Doctors for Testimony”, a teleconference sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, October 2003.

 

Co-Moderator and Presenter – “CAUTION! Release of Medical Records May be Hazardous” at the 2003 Health & Hospital Law Symposium, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Iselin, New Jersey, October 2003.

 

Presenter – “Balancing The Rights of Minors, Parents and The Provider”, sponsored by Medical Educational Services, Somerset, New Jersey, June 2003.

 

Panelist – “Forced Labor and Liability? The Effect of EMTALA on Physicians”, a teleconference sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, June 2003.

 

Panelist – “Danger! Erosion of the Peer Review Privilege Can Be Dangerous to Organizational and Institutional Health!”, a teleconference sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association Practice Groups, May 2003.

 

Moderator – “Medical Malpractice Insurance in New Jersey” a panel discussion between regulators and attorneys at the New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Meeting, Atlantic City, New Jersey, May 2003.

 

Co-Presenter – “Medical Records and Privacy Issues”, sponsored by Medical Educational Services, Edison, New Jersey, March 2003.

 

Co-Moderator – “Annual Update of Select Provisions of Medicare Hospital and Physician Payment Regulations”, a teleconference co-sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, December 2002.

 

Panelist – “Crisis: The Medical Malpractice Mess”, a teleconference, co-sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, American Society for Healthcare Risk Management and Physicians Insurers Association of America, November 2002.

 

Moderator and Presenter – “Lack of Truth and the Consequences:  A Lawyer's Obligation When a Client Isn't Being Candid”, at the 2002 Health & Hospital Law Symposium sponsored by the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Edison, New Jersey, September 2002.

 

Presenter – “HIPAA Compliance – Understanding and Implementing the Security and Privacy Regulations in New Jersey”, sponsored by Lorman Education Services, Newark, New Jersey, July 2002.

 

Program Faculty – “Lawyer As Snitch or Saint: Do Client Confidences Stay Confidential?”, at the Annual Meeting of the American Health Lawyers Association, San Francisco, California, July 2002.

 

Presenter – “HIPAA, Other Privacy Laws and Sensitive Health Information” and “Understanding HIPAA Business Associate/Chain of Trust Agreements”, at HIPAA & Medical Record Privacy: Are You Ready For The New Rules?, sponsored by Medical Educational Services, Princeton, New Jersey, March 2002.

 

Speaker – “Issues of Medical Record Privacy and Confidentiality: HIPAA Revisited” to the New Jersey College Health Association, Lincroft, New Jersey, February 2002.

 

Presenter – “Responding to Subpoenas, Court Orders and Law Enforcement Personnel” and “Minors' Rights”, at Mental Health and the Law in New Jersey, sponsored by Medical Education Services, Piscataway, New Jersey, December 2001.

 

Presenter – “Peer Review Privilege Under Attack”, at the 2001 Health & Hospital Law Symposium, sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, New Brunswick, New Jersey, October 2001.

 

Program Faculty -”Representing Clients in Fraud and Abuse Investigations” and “Legal Ethics: Look Out! Changes in How We Practice, Where We Practice and Who Can Practice Healthcare Law”, at the Annual Meeting of the American Health Lawyers Association, Orlando, Florida, June 2001.

 

Speaker – “Privacy Rules Under HIPAA”, at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Healthcare Risk Management – New Jersey, Princeton, New Jersey, May 2001.

 

Presenter – “What Every New Jersey Social Worker Must Know About The Confidentiality Of Medical Records”, at the Annual Meeting of the National Association of Social Workers – New Jersey Chapter, Atlantic City, New Jersey, May 2001.

 

Guest Speaker – “Risk Management and The Board Of Medical Examiners”, sponsored by St. Michael's Medical Center, Newark, New Jersey, April 2001.

 

Program Faculty – “Legal Ethics At The Dawn Of The 21st Century”, at the Physicians and Physician Organizations Law Institute, sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 2001.

 

Presenter – “Legal/Clinical Issues Of Confidentiality, Charting & Documentation For Behavioral Health Professionals”, sponsored by HealthED, LLC, Parsippany, New Jersey, March 2001.

 

Presenter – “HlPAA” and “Retention and Risk Management and the Medical Record” at New Jersey Medical Records for the 21st Century, sponsored by Medical Educational Services, Princeton, New Jersey, March 2001.

 

Co-Presenter – “New Jersey Mental Health & The Law – Current Issues”, sponsored HealthED, LLC, Somerset, New Jersey, November 2000.

 

Presenter – “HIPAA” at the 2000 Health & Hospital Law Symposium sponsored by New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, New Brunswick, New Jersey, September 2000.

 

Program Faculty – “Maintaining Your Ethical Balance” at the Annual Meeting of the American Health Lawyers Association, Washington, D.C., June 2000.

 

Co-Presenter – “Confidentiality Is A Legal Matter”, sponsored by HealthED, LLC, Piscataway, New Jersey, May 2000.

 

Guest Speaker – “Legal Aspects of Health Information Management”, at the New Jersey Health Information Management Association, Holmdel, New Jersey, April 2000.

 

Co-Presenter – “HIPAA” and “Records Retention”, at the Medical Records in New Jersey:  Confidentiality & Health Information Practices, sponsored by Medical Educational Services, Inc., Princeton, New Jersey, March 2000.

 

Guest Speaker – “Managed Care Contract Clauses”, at the VHA East Coast Joint Managed Care Council & Utilization Management Council, Cranbury, New Jersey/Berwyn, Pennsylvania, December 1999.

 

Presenter – “New Jersey Mental Health & The Law:  Current Issues 1999”, sponsored by HealthED, LLC, Morristown, New Jersey, November 1999.

 

Speaker – “What Guardians Need to Know About Medicaid, Managed Care and the New Medicare Rules”, at the Fourth Annual Conference of the Guardianship Association of New Jersey, Inc., New Brunswick, New Jersey, October 1999.

 

Panelist – “The Lawyer as Witness or Target: Ethical and Strategic Issues”, a teleconference sponsored by the American Bar Association, July 1999.

 

Co-Presenter – “Confidentiality: Serving Client Needs and Adapting Clinical Practice to Changing Times”, sponsored by HealthED, LLC, Fairfield, New Jersey, June 1999.

 

Co-Presenter – “1999 Update – Confidentiality of Medical Records”, sponsored by Lorman Education Services, Parsippany, New Jersey, April 1999.

 

Program Faculty – “Legal Ethics” at the Physician and Physician Organizations Law Institute sponsored by the American Health Lawyers Association, Nashville, Tennessee, April 1999.

 

Co-Presenter – “Medical Record Coding Update in New Jersey”, sponsored by Lorman Education Services, Parsippany, New Jersey, March 1999.

 

Presenter and Panelist – “Negotiation and Conflict Resolution in Managed Care”, sponsored by the New York Healthcare Financial Management Educational Foundation, East Elmhurst, New York, October 1998.

 

Co-Presenter – “Managed Care and the Elderly”, at New Jersey Elder Care Planning for the 21st Century sponsored by Professional Education Systems, Inc., Fairfield, New Jersey, September 1998.

 

Presenter – “New Jersey Mental Health & The Law: Current Issues 1998”, sponsored by HealthED, LLC, Somerset, New Jersey, June 1998.

 

Speaker – “Practice Management Companies” at the 1998 Health & Hospital Law Symposium, sponsored by the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, New Brunswick, New Jersey, May 1998.

 

Co-Presenter – “Fraud & Abuse – What You Can and Should Do About It” and “Confidentiality of Medical Records – Current Issues” for the New Jersey Health Information Management Association, Princeton, New Jersey, April 1998.

 

Co-Presenter – “1998 Update – Confidentiality of Medical Records”, sponsored by Lorman Education Services, Morristown, New Jersey, April 1998, June 1998, Saddle Brook, New Jersey, July 1998.

 

Presenter – “Medicare Fraud and Abuse – Current Issues and Concerns for Physicians”, for the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants, Roseland, New Jersey, December 1997.

 

Presenter – “New Jersey Mental Health & The Law:  Current Issues 1997”, sponsored by HealthED, LLC, Edison, New Jersey, November 1997.

 

Panelist – “The Effect of Physician Practice Management Companies on the Health Industry”, co-sponsored by the New Jersey State Bar Association and the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Maui, Hawaii, November 1997.

 

Co-Presenter – “1997 Update – Confidentiality of Medical Records”, sponsored by Lorman Education Services, Newark, New Jersey, June 1997.

 

Speaker – “Liability Issues Relating to Managed Care” at the 1997 Health & Hospital Law Symposium, sponsored by the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, New Brunswick, New Jersey, April 1997.

 

Co-Presenter – “Anatomy of a Contract – Principles Every OT Should Know”, at the Annual Conference of The American Occupational Therapy Association, Orlando, Florida, April 1997.

 

Presenter – “Confidentiality of Medical Records”, sponsored by Medical Educational Services, Inc., Princeton, New Jersey, August 1996, September 1997.

 

Co-Presenter – “Legal Concerns for Occupational Therapists” at the Annual Conference of The American Occupational Therapy Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 1996.

 

Panel Participant – “Legal Issues and Structures for Clinical Practice” at Business Practices for the Twenty-First Century, a workshop sponsored by the New Jersey Psychological Association, Clark, New Jersey, May 1995.

 

Moderator – Panel Discussion, “The Liability of Managed Care”, at 18th Annual Institute of the New Jersey Chapter of the Healthcare Financial Management Association, Atlantic City, New Jersey, October 1994.

 

Presenter – “Confidentiality of Mental Health Patient Records”, sponsored by Medical Educational Services, Inc., Morristown, New Jersey, September 1994.

 

Presenter – “Legal Issues of Credentialing”, at The World of Nurse-Midwifery – Challenge 2001, the Annual Conference of the American College of Nurse-Midwives – Orlando, Florida, May 1993.

 

Program Faculty – The Medical Staff – Legal Issues in a Changing Delivery System, sponsored by the National Health Lawyers Association – Chicago, Illinois, November 1992.

 

Speaker – “Living Will Workshop”, sponsored by Somerset Medical Center, Somerville, New Jersey, June 1992.

 

Program Faculty – Physician's Survival Guide, co-sponsored by the American Medical Association and National Health Lawyers Association – New Orleans, Louisiana, May 1992.

 

Guest Lecturer – “AIDS” – Tri-County Dental Society, New Jersey, April 1992.

 

Lecturer – American Medical Association Practice Management Seminar for New Jersey Family Practice Residents – “Business Law” September 1993, 1994, 1995, October 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992; “Health Law” September 1993, 1994, 1995, October 1992.

 

Lecturer – “At Least Some of the Things You Need to Know Before Joining or Forming a Medical Practice” – St. Mary Hospital, Hoboken, New Jersey, December 1990; JFK Medical Center, Edison, New Jersey, January 1991.

 

Publications

Co-Author “Counsel to the Deal: Lawyers, Clients and Conflicts in Complex Healthcare Transactions”, a chapter in Thomson/Reuters Health Law Handbook 2015 Edition.

 

Co-Author “The Disruptive Physician: Righteous Maverick or Dangerous Pariah?”, published in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, January 2009.

 

Co-Author “Ethical Issues for the Plastic Surgeon in a Tumultuous Health Care System: Dissecting the Anatomy of a Decision”, published in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, October 2008.

 

Author “Negotiating a Real Estate Lease for a Medical Practice”, a chapter in The Physician’s Comprehensive Guide to Negotiating, published by SEAK, Inc., Falmouth, Massachusetts, 2007.

 

Author “Guidance from the Garden State: What Legal Counsel Should Learn from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey”, published in Teaching Hospitals and Academic Medical Centers, Winter (January) 2007.

 

Co-Author “Professional Liability: A Primer on Malpractice Insurance, Asset Protection and Risk Management”, a chapter in Representing Physicians Handbook, published by American Health Lawyers Association, 2006.

 

Author “Alternative Dispute Resolution in Healthcare”, a chapter in Health Law Practice Guide, published by Thomson/West, 2005; updated 2006, 2008, 2014.

 

Author “The 10 Biggest Legal Mistakes Physicians Make When Negotiating Call Duty with Their Employer”, a chapter in The Biggest Legal Mistakes Physicians Make and How to Avoid Them, published by SEAK, Inc., Falmouth, Massachusetts, 2005.

 

Co-Author “How to Establish (And Maintain) A Relationship With A Professional”, published in Garden State Woman, November 2003.

 

Co-Author “Ethical Challenges in Everyday Practice for Healthcare Lawyers”, published in Journal of Health Law, Winter 2001.

 

Co-Author “The Lawyer as Witness or Target”, published in Litigation, Summer 2000.

 

Author “What Every OT Should Know About the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act”, published in OT Practice, April 24, 2000.

 

Author “The Law in Life (Part 3)”, published in OT Practice, March 27, 2000.

 

Author “The Law in Life (Part 2)”, published in OT Practice, February 28, 2000.

 

Author “The Law in Life (Part 1)”, published in OT Practice, January 17, 2000.

 

Author “Twenty Tips for Employees and Independent Contractors”, published in OT Practice, December 20, 1999.

 

Author “Provider Deselection – The Saga Continues and the Questions Remain”, published in OT Practice, November 22, 1999.

 

Author “Aspects of Antitrust for Occupational Therapy Practitioners”, published in OT Practice, October 1999.

 

Author “Alternative Dispute Resolution – A Primer for Physicians”, published in New Jersey Medicine, September 1999.

 

Author “How To Locate A Lawyer (and What To Expect After You Do) Part II”, published in OT Practice, September 1999.

 

Author “How To Locate A Lawyer (and What To Expect After You Do) Part I”, published in OT Practice, July/August 1999.

 

Author “Alternative Dispute Resolution Can Reduce Fraud and Abuse Exposure”, published in Health Care Fraud & Abuse Newsletter, June 1999.

 

Author “Alternative Dispute Resolution – An Alternative to Consider”, published in OT Practice, June 1999.

 

Co-Author “Copyright Basics for Occupational Therapy Practitioners”, published in OT Practice, May 1999.

 

Co-Author “The Web-Your Link to Legal (and Other) Information”, published in OT Practice, April 1999.

 

Co-Author “Torts To Watch Out For”, published in OT Practice, March 1999.

 

Author “Fraud and Abuse – What You Don't Know Can Hurt You”, published in OT Practice, January/February 1999.

 

Co-Author “Facing The New Millennium – Without Bugs”, published in OT Practice, December 1998.

 

Author “Is It Your Duty to Warn?”, published in OT Practice, November 1998.

 

Co-Author “Questions and Answers About Depositions”, published in OT Practice, October 1998.

 

Author “Medical Records – Facts and Some Suggestions”, published in OT Practice, September 1998.

 

Co-Author “The Americans With Disabilities Act – Reasonable Accommodations and Therapists' Responsibilities”, published in OT Practice, July/August 1998.

 

Author “The Protections of Privilege”, published in OT Practice, June 1998.

 

Author “Turn It Over!? The Lowdown on Subpoenas, Court Orders and Search Warrants”, published in OT Practice, May 1998.

 

Author “Provider Deselection? Not So Fast!”, published in OT Practice, March 1998.

 

Author “Consents and Confidentiality: What's Love Got To Do With It?”, published in OT Practice, January 1998.

 

Author “How a ‘Hold Harmless’ Can Hurt”, published in OT Practice, November 1997.

 

Author “Practice Parameters: Progress or Peril?”, published in Health Care Law a supplement to the New Jersey Law Journal, December 18, 1995.

 

Author “Managing Liability in Managed Care”, published in Health Care Law a supplement to the New Jersey Law Journal, November 8, 1993.

 

Author “Staff Development Plans – Cause or Cure for Liability?”, published in New Jersey Trial Lawyer, November 1993.

 

Author “Economic Credentialing – By the Numbers”, published in Physician's Practice Digest, Fall 1993.

 

Author “Economic Credentialing Expanding in Hospitals”, published in New Jersey Lawyer, July 19, 1993.

 

Author “Staffing Plans: Preventive Medicine”, published in Health Care Law a supplement to the New Jersey Law Journal, December 21, 1992.

 

Author “New Jersey Hospital Rate System Undid Itself”, published in New Jersey Law Journal, November 30, 1992.

 

Author “Angina Pectoris for Health Care in New Jersey”, published in the Health Law Supplement of The Connecticut Law Tribune, November 16, 1992.

 

Author “Staff Development Plans – What, When, Why and How?”, published in The Medical StaffLegal Issues In A Changing Delivery System, published by the National Health Lawyers Association, 1992.

 

Author “Board Certification: Benchmark or Barrier?”, published in New Jersey Lawyer, October 5, 1992.

 

Author “Brave New World of Credentialing: Beyond the Hospital”, published in Physician's Survival Guide:  Legal Pitfalls and Solutions, published by the National Health Lawyers Association and American Medical Association, 1992.

 

Contributor “Risk Management”, a chapter in Hospital Law in North Carolina, published by the Institute of Government, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1987.

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