NE MCLE #177086 IA MCLE #329042. 3.25 hours including .75 hour of Ethics (Regular/Live)
NE MCLE #177087 IA MCLE #329043. 3.25 hours including .75 hour of Ethics (Distance Learning)
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Networking Lunch hosted by Baird Holm LLP. You MUST REGISTER to attend.
$195 - Regular Registration
$150 - NSBA voluntary dues-paying member
FREE - Law Student
12:00 pm Networking lunch hosted by Baird Holm LLP [must register for in order to attend]
12:45 pm Welcome and Introductions
Michael W. Chase Partner, Baird Holm LLP
1:00 pm Health Law Year-in-Review
Michael W. Chase, Partner, Baird Holm LLP; Abigail T. Mohs, Associate, Baird Holm LLP
A fast-paced review of the major health care regulatory updates, case law developments, and other state and federal actions that shape policy and deal-making for health care organizations of all sizes.
2:00 pm Defining Inappropriate Opioid Prescribing: Current Law and Policy
Kelly K. Dineen, RN, JD, PhD, Assistant Professor Director, Health Law Program, Creighton University School of Law
Over the last decade, myriad opioid prescribing laws and policies were enacted, including enhanced surveillance, investigation, and sanction of prescribers. However, existing state and federal laws offer no definitions of inappropriate prescribing. This presentation will set out a framework for defining and evaluating prescribing behavior as a necessary antecedent for sanctioning it.
2:45 pm Break
3:00 pm Disciplinary Actions Against Health Care Licensees
Erin C. Duggan Pemberton, Managing Partner, Wolfe Snowden Hurd Ahl Sitzmann Tannehill & Hahn, LLP
The presentation will cover the potential sanctions a licensee may face in the disciplinary process, including providing the foundations for disciplinary actions. This session will also provide an overview of the investigation process.
3:45 pm Legal Ethics for Health Care Lawyers
Jonathan R. Breuning, General Counsel, Baird Holm LLP
Reviewing several recent cases and ethics opinions, this session will address practical ethics issues likely to be confronted in day-to-day practice by both transactional and litigators, including:
- The importance of clarity about who you represent and who you do not represent in a corporate setting.
- Fundamentals of the attorney client privilege, and unintended waiver of the privilege through multi-purpose communications, poorly structured investigations, and disclosures to third party consultants.
- How attorney misconduct can harm the client’s substantive interests.
- A refresher and update on the rule prohibiting attorney communications with a represented party.
- The unauthorized practice of law and in-house counsel.
4:30 pm Health Law Section Networking Reception