Structuring Indemnification Provisions in Business Associate Agreements: Allocating 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 high priority 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 are best practices for counsel when structuring indemnification provisions in BAAs?
Kimberly J. Gold
Norton Rose Fulbright US
Ms. Gold is a healthcare and privacy lawyer focusing on transactional, regulatory, data privacy and cybersecurity... | Read More
Ms. Gold is a healthcare and privacy lawyer focusing on transactional, regulatory, data privacy and cybersecurity matters, primarily for healthcare and life sciences companies. She has extensive experience in the areas of privacy, information security, cybersecurity and information management. Ms. Gold provides privacy and security advice in connection with corporate/M&A and technology transactions, regulatory investigations, vendor management, and incident planning and response. She regularly advises clients on matters involving privacy and security of patient information under HIPAA and state laws. Ms. Gold also represents clients in the digital health area and has counseled healthcare providers, pharmaceutical companies, and medical device manufacturers on relevant data privacy and regulatory issues, including those particular to mobile medical apps, wearable devices, and telemedicine.Close
Brad M. Rostolsky
Mr. Rostolsky assists hospitals on arrangements with physicians, such as joint ventures, physician recruitment,... | Read More
Mr. Rostolsky assists hospitals on arrangements with physicians, such as joint ventures, physician recruitment, practice acquisitions, employment arrangements, and exclusive provider agreements, as well as compliance with federal and state laws governing referrals among health care providers, such as the "Anti-Kickback Law" and "Stark II." He has written and spoken on a variety of health law topics.Close