Raleigh, NC – On July 16, 2015, Parker Poe hosted a Health Care Symposium co-sponsored by the North Carolina Society of Health Care Attorneys, the Federal Bar Association’s Health Law Section, and the Federal Bar Association’s Eastern North Carolina Chapter.
The Symposium was a review of the United States Supreme Court’s decisions impacting health care in the 2015 term. Panelists reviewed the Court’s opinions and their legal and practical implications. The Symposium was designed for health care providers, lawyers, policy makers, and others interested in health law and policy.
Matt Wolfe, an attorney in Parker Poe’s Raleigh office, moderated the Symposium’s panels. Matt was joined by Kimberly Cogdell Boies of NCCU Law; Catherine Dunham, Elon Law; Mark Hall, Wake Forest Law; Joan Krause, UNC Law; Jane Perkins, National Health Law Project; Barak Richman, Duke Law; Richard Saver, UNC Law; and Don Taylor, Duke Public Policy.
If you would like further information about topics discussed, please contact Matt Wolfe at 919-835-4647 or email@example.com.
About Parker Poe
Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP has approximately 200 lawyers in five offices located in major markets across North Carolina and South Carolina. The firm provides legal counsel to large commercial and public organizations on litigation, corporate and regulatory matters.
Parker Poe helps a wide range of health care clients in an industry that is heavily regulated and constantly changing. We stay apprised of the latest developments in the law and the business operations of our clients. We understand the market dynamics and legal concerns shaping their business and are able to anticipate and quickly respond to our clients’ legal needs.
Our attorneys have extensive experience in providing legal services to health care clients such as hospitals and health systems, publicly traded health services companies, physician practices, home health, home care and hospice agencies, diagnostic clinics, ambulatory surgical facilities, assisted living facilities, mental health providers, nursing homes, disease treatment centers, clinical laboratories, sleep disorder centers, and trade associations.