Health Employment And Labor (HEAL) Summit:
Labor and Employment Issues Affecting the Business of Health Care
6/7/2011 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
National Press Club
529 14th Street N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20045
Registration and Continental Breakfast: 7:45 am - 8:30 am
Full Day Program: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Reception to Follow
June 7, 2011
Health reform, administrative agency policies, and recent judicial decisions have created new liabilities for companies operating in the health care and life sciences industry. At this full-day program, Epstein Becker Green will address the labor and employment issues you may face during these challenging times and offer solutions.
Introduction and Opening Remarks
Jay P. Krupin and Lynn Shapiro Snyder
Health Care Industry Panel
Significant Labor and Employment Issues That Affect Health Care Entities
David Matyas, Member of the Firm, Health Care and Life Sciences Practice, Epstein Becker Green (Moderator)
Richard Parr, Esq., Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, HCR ManorCare
Craig Wilson, General Counsel, Emergency Medical Services Corporation
Kim Bixenstine, Esq., Vice President and Deputy General, University Hospitals Health System
Epstein Becker Green Panels
One Year After PPACA: The Labor and Employment Implications
Kara Maciel, Gretchen Harders, and Adam Solander
Independent Contractors and Wage-Hour Concerns in the Health Care Environment
Betsy Johnson, Patrick Brady, and Evan Rosen
Increase in Unionization and the Impact of the New NLRB
Jay Krupin, Jim Frank, and Steve Swirsky
Whistleblowers: Guidelines Under Health Reform
Allen Roberts, Jeff Landes, and George Breen
Significant Developments in Employment Discrimination Matters in Health Care Facilities
Frank Morris, Amy Traub, and Kerry Parker
Government Contracting and OFCCP Considerations and Defenses
Stuart Gerson, Thomas Cox, and Kristie Smith
Purchase and Sale of a Health Care Entity: Labor and Employment Implications
David Garland, Ana Salper, and Kathy Lofft
Luncheon Guest Speaker
Bret Baier, Host of Fox News Channel's "Special Report with Bret Baier"
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The fee for the HEAL Summit is $100 for the first person and $75 for
each additional person from the same company, and includes breakfast,
lunch, reception, and HEAL Summit materials.
To Register, Please Click Here.
For additional information, please contact
Elizabeth Gannon at 202/861-1850 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to learn more about Epstein Becker Green's
HEAL Group and to download the HEAL brochure