From the 2014 Medical PL and Cyber Liability Symposia session “What's HIPAA Got to Do With It?,” Neal Eggeson, Esq. (Eggeson Appellate Services), Mark Mattioli, Esq. (Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin) and moderator Tony Stompanato (AIG) discuss HIPAA exposures for medical providers and law firms, and what is "minimally necessary" under HIPAA. For much more discussion and opinion on emerging professional liability coverage issues don’t miss the 2014 PLUS Conference, November 5-7 in Las Vegas. PLUS members can view this entire session in the PLUS Multimedia Library.
Neal Eggeson, Attorney at Law, Eggeson Appellate Services and Panelist for the 2014 PLUS Medical PL Symposium session "What's HIPAA Got to Do With It?" discusses Hinchy v. Walgreen Co. and HIPAA.
From the 2013 PLUS International Conference session “Lawyers Professional Liability Forecast: Dark & Stormy, or Blue Skies Ahead?,” panelists Jody Harris, RPLU (Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.) and Brian Braden (Crum & Forster Insurance) and moderator Robert Zelms, Esq. (Manning & Kass, Ellrod, Ramirez, Trester LLP) look at the exposures facing law firms. What are your thoughts on Jody Harris' statement: "Law firms are one-stop shopping for hackers." For more on E&O Coverage issues don’t miss the 2014 Professional Risk Symposium, April 23 and 24 in Atlanta. Registration is now open, and registrants can also attend the inaugural Cyber Liability [...]