6529 Apple Branch Lane, Indianapolis, IN 46237
3995 Grandview Pkwy, Birmingham, AL 35243, USA
Drawing on her experience as a Registered Nurse, an Associate Professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s School of Nursing, and a private consultant on epidemiology and community health nursing, Kenny Keith brings a wealth of practical knowledge and experience to assisting health care clients with federal and state regulatory compliance, state licensure issues, and general business and contract matters. Her Bar admissions include: Alabama, U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Alabama, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. She earned both her B.S. and J.D. from Samford University. She also earned her M.S.N from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
1441 W Long Lake Rd, STE 310, Troy, MI 48098
Aaron Kemp serves as the Practice Chair for the Professional Licensing & Regulatory Affairs practice. He is a health care attorney with more than a decade of experience in the defense of medical malpractice litigation, along with representing physicians in credentialing and licensing matters and counseling physician practice groups. His practice includes providing risk management and compliance advice to individual physicians and practice groups, with an emphasis on chiropractors, psychiatrists and emergency department physicians. He has been privileged to serve as personal counsel to physicians and other health care professionals in medical malpractice matters concerning issues of premature settlements, excess verdict exposure and NPDB report disputes. He focuses his practice on the defense of health care professionals in licensing investigations and complaint matters, NPDB disputes and credentialing/peer review hearings.
111 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60606
Ashlee focuses her practice on complex litigation and arbitration, including handling matters involving breach of commercial contracts, fiduciary duty and/or the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, fraudulent transfers, unfair business practices, successor liability, competition/antitrust issues, regulatory compliance and enforcement issues and all manner of insurance and health care disputes involving loss-sensitive insurance programs, insolvency issues and Medicare/Medicaid issues. She represents clients throughout the country in state and federal courts, arbitrations, mediations, and before state and federal regulatory agencies. She has experience with all aspects of the litigation process including initial case evaluation and risk assessment, discovery, depositions, pleadings and motions, hearings, pre-trial, trial, post-trial and appeals. Ashlee has defended and prosecuted numerous multi-million dollar cases.
1875 Century Park East, Suite 1600, Los Angeles, CA 90067
Linda Randlett Kollar specializes in the representation of behavioral health care providers, including those licensed as non-profit community care facilities that provide residential mental health treatment and foster care for children; health care professionals including physicians, psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, and marriage, family and child therapists; community mental health centers; academic counseling centers, and agencies specializing in the treatment of autism. Ms. Kollar devotes a substantial part of her practice to advising these behavioral health care providers on licensure, reimbursement, compliance, representing them in administrative hearings, civil litigation, false claims matters including OIG investigations and qui tam litigation, in contract negotiations, as well as on the formation of integrated services and managed care issues. Ms. Kollar provides counsel with respect to day-to-day operations, including federal and state privacy law compliance, responding to subpoenas, government reporting and regulatory compliance. She is recognized as an expert in the areas of privacy, confidentiality, and minor’s consent for treatment issues. Ms. Kollar also has a significant amount of experience in business law and litigation, including appellate work. Before becoming a lawyer, Ms. Kollar was a social worker and worked as an investigator on behalf of abused and neglected children for the juvenile court and had responsibility for working with families and the courts in order to do both short term and long term planning for children. Ms. Kollar received her Bachelor’s Degree in American Studies from Scripps College, Claremont, California. She received her Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from Pepperdine University School of Law, where she was Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review. She clerked for the Honorable Steven J. Stone, presiding Justice of Division 6 of the Second District Court of Appeal.