Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Sidney Welch Featured Panelist at 32nd Annual National CLE Conference
ATLANTA (January 8) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that partner and co-chair of its Healthcare, Life Sciences and Technology practice, Sidney Welch, will serve as a panelist at the 32nd Annual National CLE Conference hosted by the Law Education Institute (LEI) in Vail, Colorado on January 7-11, 2015.
Ms. Welch joins other industry leaders as a panelist on “Opening Pandora's Box: Managing Regulatory Due Diligence in Healthcare Deals.” LEI was established for the purpose of presenting outstanding continuing legal education programs. LEI developed the National CLE Conference as one of the preeminent programs in the country. For more information about the National CLE Conference, please visit: http://nationalcleconference.com.
Ms. Welch counsels healthcare, life sciences, and healthcare technology clients in transactional, regulatory, administrative law, and litigation matters on a national basis. She assists clients in structuring transactions and responding to compliance issues associated with federal and state healthcare laws and regulations; the federal Anti-Kickback Statute; Stark I, II & III; the False Claims Act; HIPAA; Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, voluntary disclosures, and repayments; antitrust laws; and state self-referral, fee splitting, certificate of need, and the corporate practice of medicine laws.
In administrative matters, Ms. Welch works with clients on medical staff bylaws; medical staff hearing and disciplinary matters; credentialing; Medicare and Medicaid investigations, audits and appeals; medical licensure issues; and disputes with and among insurance companies, physicians, and hospitals.
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