TC Partner Claire Schenk will moderate The Missouri Bar’s Fall Committee Meeting of the Health and Hospital Law Subcommittee. The meeting is scheduled to be held on Friday, November 20, beginning at 10 a.m. at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Jefferson City.
Claire is chairwoman of the committee and will moderate a panel discussion, along with Jane Drummond, General Counsel for the Missouri Hospital Association, on legal and regulatory requirements pertaining to oversight of long-term care and other facilities, which are placed into receivership on an emergency basis. Participants in the panel presentation are: Michael Flanagan of Flanagan & Associates; Michael Cherba, Assistant Attorney General; and Tracy Niekamp, former Program Manager of the Section for Long Term Care Regulation of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.
Claire will also present a session on the impact of the Yates memorandum on DOJ prosecution of executives in False Claims Act matters and other healthcare investigations. The Yates memorandum is focused upon the subject of individual accountability for corporate wrongdoing.
The 10 a.m. meeting qualifies attendees for 2.2 MCLE hours.
Between the morning and afternoon time blocks, those attending the 2015 Fall Committee Meetings are invited to enjoy a complimentary luncheon. Missouri Bar Past President Dale Doerhoff will be the featured luncheon speaker.
Check the MoBar website www.mobar.org for the most up-to-date information on this meeting and all committee meetings.
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