Maya Frazier and Alexandra Pearsall have been selected as participants in the Leadership Development Program (LDP) of the American Health Law Association (AHLA). Frazier was selected as a participant in the Health Information and Technology Practice Group, and Pearsall for the Labor and Employment Practice Group. The appointments are a one-year term, effective July 1. The LDP enlists member volunteers to shadow a Practice Group or Task Force Vice Chair, assist with specific tasks and projects, learn the ropes of AHLA, and perhaps become future AHLA leaders. Openings are handled through a call for leaders, with each PG and TF selecting up to three participants from applicants.
On October 28, Maya Frazier will speak on a UConn Law career panel hosted by its Corporate and Securities Law Society and The Health Interest Law Group.
Michael K. Furey authored article, "Is It Worth the Risk to Represent a Client Who Has Fired a Previous Attorney?," for the New Jersey Law Journal.
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On January 8, David Waizer gave a presentation, "Starting Your Healthtech Company," to the Biomedical Entrepreneurship Network at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School – Rutgers.
Susan Huntington and Alexandra MacKenzie Pearsall authored the section on CT law in "State Response to Opioid Crisis and Opioid Prescribing Requirements: A 50 State Survey," a resource published by the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA).
Susan Huntington and Christopher Klimmek were quoted in Hartford Business Journal article, "Gov. Lamont's executive orders have helped CT beat back COVID-19, but some businesses want to curtail his powers."
Susan Huntington was interviewed by anchor Matt Maisel in the Fox-affiliate station WMPT Fox 43 segment "COVID-19 controversy at Pa. Capitol calls into question employer obligations and limitations in telling workers about positive test," discussing employers obligations in disclosing positive tests to employees.
Day Pitney Hartford partner Susan Huntington spoke with the Connecticut Law Tribune, as Connecticut begins to reopen the state in four stages.
Susan Huntington and George Mikhail were quoted in an article, "STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVES: U.S. Supreme Court Decides Allina and Analysis, Predictions Follow," published in Health Law Daily by Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. Following the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Azar v. Allina Health Services, the article provides an overview of the court's decision and perspective on what it means for providers.