Structuring Indemnification Provisions in Business Associate Agreements
Allocating and Transferring Risk in Healthcare Contracting
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to healthcare counsel for determining whether and when to include indemnification provisions in business associate agreements (BAAs). The panel will offer best practices for negotiating indemnification provisions.
- Whether and when to include indemnification provisions
- Considerations when determining whether to include indemnification provisions in a BAA
- Best practices for negotiating and structuring indemnification provisions
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What factors should counsel consider when determining if an indemnification provision is appropriate for a BAA?
- What approaches should counsel use to protect a client’s interests when negotiating an indemnification provision?
- What best practices should counsel employ when structuring indemnification provisions in BAAs?
Matthew R. Fisher
Mr. Fisher is the chair of the firm's Health Law Group and focuses his practice on health law and all areas of... | Read More
Mr. Fisher is the chair of the firm's Health Law Group and focuses his practice on health law and all areas of corporate transactions. His practice includes advising clients with regulatory, fraud, abuse, and compliance issues. He is chair of the ABA’s Health Law Section's Web and Technology Committee andis a Lead Coordinator for the American Health Lawyers Association Fraud & Abuse Practice Group's and an author of e-mail alerts for the Enforcement Committee in the same Practice Group.Close
Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA
Rachel V. Rose – Attorney at Law, PLLC
Ms. Rose is an attorney in Houston, Texas, whose primary practice areas are health care, with a focus on HIPAA and... | Read More
Ms. Rose is an attorney in Houston, Texas, whose primary practice areas are health care, with a focus on HIPAA and securities law. She is extensively published and presents on a wide variety of topics. Professionally, she has worked on Capitol Hill, interned at HHS and the Royal College of Nursing in London, as well as working on Wall Street.Close