Speaking Engagements & Conferences

Registration to the Privacy Summit is open.

Fox Rothschild’s Minneapolis Privacy Summit on November 8 will explore key cybersecurity issues and compliance questions facing company decision-makers. This free event will feature an impressive array of panelists drawn from cybersecurity leaders, experienced regulatory and compliance professionals and the Chief Division Counsel of

Do you have questions about selecting, implementing and using an Electronic Health Record (EHR), including:  

  • What do you need to consider when selecting an EHR?
  • What is "meaningful use" and how can you qualify for ARRA incentive payments?
  • What are the steps and secrets to successful EHR implementation?
  • What in are some

     Do you need help understanding what to do in light of HITECH’s privacy and security changes to HIPAA?  Are you concerned about HITECH’s increased penalties for HIPAA violations? Are you struggling to understand what needs to be done under the New Jersey Security Breach Notification Act, and how these state requirements reconcile with the HITECH breach notification requirements? 


As HITECH refocuses the health care industry’s attention on security, the role of National Institute of Standards and Technology (“NIST”) in developing standards for health information security will become more center stage.  

On May 18, 2009, Fox Rothschild LLP will present at the NIST and CMS Security Rule Conference in Gaithersburg, Maryland called“Safeguarding

The e-Health Initiative will host its fifth annual conference and awards dinner December 3–5 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, DC.   According the organization’s website, policymakers, decision-makers, and national, state and local leaders from every sector of healthcare will meet to assess the current state of health information technology (IT)

On Thursday, July 17, 2008, National Constitution Center Conferences is offering a 60-minute Live Audio Conference called “Electronic Health Records:  Keys To Compliance” during which I will discuss many of the legal issues, challenges and practical solutions to utilizing electronic health records. Some of the topics and questions I will cover include:

  • Electronic Health Records

On April 3, 2008, I will be discussing some of the most common HIPAA misinterpretations and burning questions still out there at a Compliance Seminar organized and offered through the NJ Medical Society of New Jersey.   Among the specific questions I will cover are:

  • When can information be released to a patient’s relatives and friends?
  • Can medical