Healthcare is a highly innovative, lucrative, and regulated industry, which also makes it a highly litigious industry. Which is why you need to attend the upcoming Hanzo webinar on five healthcare litigation trends for 2022!
On Wednesday, September 28th at 1pm ET, Hanzo will conduct the next installment in its Luminary Series (Five Healthcare Litigation Trends For 2022: An Upcoming Discussion with Jon Braunstein, Partner at Dentons). In this Luminary Chat with Jim and Jon, they’ll discuss:
- Post-COVID Return to Work
- Employee Mobility, Trade Secrets, and Non-Competes
- Unfair Competition & Antitrust
- Fraud, Waste & Abuse
- Health Care After Dobbs
- Data Privacy & Security
From a legal perspective, it makes sense for practitioners to pay close attention to trends happening in health care, because so many facets of the law – litigation, compliance, data privacy – intersect there.
Jon has substantial experience representing insurers, including life, health, and property-casualty, in complex matters seeking extra-contractual and punitive damages. Jon has also represented technology, financial services, real estate, and health care companies in cases involving labor and employment claims, trade secret/non-compete/non-solicitation claims, compensation disputes, and alleged violations of unfair competition and false advertising laws. He has represented clients as both plaintiffs and defendants in mediations, arbitrations, court trials, and appeals in state and federal tribunals throughout California and beyond.
The unique set of interesting topics plus Jon’s extensive experience in and around all facets of litigation regarding the healthcare industry makes this a compelling discussion you won’t want to miss! Click here to register!
So, what do you think? Does your organization have healthcare litigation? If so, then you’ll want to learn about five healthcare litigation trends for 2022! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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