September 28, 2022 | 1 pm EDT/ 10 am PDT
Health care is a highly innovative, lucrative, and regulated industry, which also makes it a highly litigious industry. 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.
In the latest installment of Hanzo's Luminary Series, we’ll discuss five healthcare litigation trends for 2022 with Jon Braunstein, a litigation attorney at the largest law firm in the world.
In this Luminary Chat, we’ll discuss the following health care related matters:
- Post COVID 19 Return to Work
- Employee Mobility, Trade Secrets, and Non-Competes
- Unfair Competition & Antitrust
- Fraud, Waste & Abuse
- Health Care After Dobbs
- Data Privacy & Security
Jon Braunstein is a member of Dentons’ Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice and a partner in the firm’s Oakland office. He advises clients in the health care, insurance, employee benefits, financial services, technology, real estate, retail, construction, and global defense industries.
Jon has litigated cases of all shapes and sizes, including class actions, contract disputes, business torts, antitrust and unfair competition claims, labor & employment claims, non-compete and trade secret misappropriation claims, consumer protection claims, and data privacy/security matters. He has niche experience representing managed care systems, health plans, and/or providers in fraud, waste, and abuse investigations and litigation under state and federal law, including the False Claims Act (FCA), ERISA, RICO, and the California Insurance Fraud Prevention Act (IFPA).
Jim Gill is a legal technology industry veteran who has worked with a number of organizations and publications and is a 6-time winner of the JD Supra Readers Choice Award for his writing about legal technology.