Managed Care Litigation: Anti-Assignment Clauses, Reimbursement Claims, State Law Claims
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide healthcare counsel on the recent developments in managed care litigation. The panel will address anti-assignment clauses; claims related to reimbursement; and more. The panel will discuss strategic and practical considerations involved in litigating managed care matters.
- State law OON reimbursement claims [David/Alison]
- Anti-assignment clauses [Joel]
- ERISA preemption [Joel]
- No Surprises Act [Alison]
- Recoupments and offsets [David]
- Hot topics/ new developments
The panel will review these and other important issues:
- What are the bases for the current wave of managed care suits--and what defenses are available to providers and healthcare plans?
- What are proven litigation and settlement strategies for counsel litigating managed care claims?
- What are best practices for counsel to providers and healthcare plans to minimize the risk of managed care suits?
Alison Lima Andersen
Ms. Anderson’s work is primarily in the areas of ERISA and other employee benefits litigation, healthcare... | Read More
Ms. Anderson’s work is primarily in the areas of ERISA and other employee benefits litigation, healthcare litigation, and complex commercial litigation. Her recent litigation work includes representing medical providers seeking reimbursement from commercial health plans and insurers; defending companies and retirement plans against breach of fiduciary duty and benefits claims; and defending several defendants accused of violating the Medicare Secondary Payer Act. She also has recent experience in municipal and corporate bankruptcy; as well as in class action cases involving claims of government lending and disability discrimination.Close
David S. Greenberg
Mr. Greenberg advises health care companies, including providers and suppliers, through an exceedingly... | Read More
Mr. Greenberg advises health care companies, including providers and suppliers, through an exceedingly complex and volatile regulatory environment. He focuses his practice on counseling health care clients on regulatory issues related to the Affordable Care Act, the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Act, the Stark Laws, state licensure, self-disclosures, reimbursement and payment, and participation in Medicare, Medicaid, and other government health care programs.Close
Joel A. Mintzer
Herman Law Firm
Mr. Mintzer brings a breadth of litigation experience, arising from 22 years at a national law firm, and the insight of... | Read More
Mr. Mintzer brings a breadth of litigation experience, arising from 22 years at a national law firm, and the insight of an in-house lawyer arising from eight years as chief litigation counsel at Blue Cross of Minnesota. As outside counsel, he successfully defended complex litigation, including class actions, mass actions, multidistrict litigation, ERISA, employment, privacy, product liability, and a wide variety of other common law and statutory claims. In-house, Mr. Mintzer worked closely with internal business clients to identify, investigate, prevent, and mitigate risk. While in-house, Mr. Mintzer did not merely liaise between outside counsel and internal business units, but he actively advocated for Blue Cross in trial and appellate courts, state and federal.Close