Kristen Rosati

Kristen Rosati Profiled as an Industry Leader in Az Business’ Who’s Who in Healthcare 2024

Considered one of the nation’s top attorneys on Big Data and HIPAA compliance, Kristen Rosati was featured in Az Business magazine’s Who’s Who in Healthcare, a special section highlighting the most influential healthcare leaders in the state.  Kristen’s depth of experience in data sharing for research and clinical integration, data breaches, health information exchange, clinical research compliance, biobanking, and genomic privacy earned her a spot as an industry leader in the magazine.   A sought-after national speaker, Kristen has been active in national healthcare policy and served as past president (2013-2014) and Fellow of the American Health Law Association (AHLA), the nation’s largest health care legal organization. She is also a founding member of the Arizona Leadership Council for Take the Lead Women and has been involved in...

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Coppersmith Brockelman Attorney Scott Bennett discussed CCPA in an article for Az Business

Scott Bennett Shares Far-Reaching Impacts of New California Privacy Law with Az Business

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) goes into effect on January 1, requiring changes to how companies handle the personal information of customers who live in California. In an article for Az Business, attorney Scott Bennett answered key questions about CCPA and explained how it affects Arizona businesses and consumers.  Scott touched on which businesses the law applies to, what constitutes “personal information” as well as a business’ obligations under CCPA. He also noted the potential consequences of violating the law and outlined steps to ensure compliance.   Scott has extensive experience assisting clients in health care and other industries with information privacy and security. He helps clients work to prepare for and avoid data breaches, and to comply with federal and state breach laws if a security incident occurs....

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Az Business Honors Three Coppersmith Brockelman Attorneys Among Top 100 Lawyers in Arizona

Kristen Rosati, Kent Brockelman and John DeWulf (pictured left to right) were honored as three of Arizona’s Top 100 Lawyers in 2017 by Az Business magazine. The Top 100 Lawyers are chosen each year from a pool of more than 1,000 attorneys across the state. The final list is based on each attorney’s professional success, impact on their firm, community involvement and impact on the legal community. Kent Brockelman was recognized for labor and employment counseling, labor and employment litigation, and commercial litigation. John DeWulf was recognized for commercial litigation. Kristen Rosati was recognized for health information privacy and security, health information exchange and data sharing for research and clinical integration initiatives, biobanking and genomic privacy. View the full list of 2017 attorneys....

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Kathy Steadman Breaks Down Self-Insurance for Az Business Magazine

In the latest issue of Az Business, Kathy Steadman shares her expertise on a growing trend among small and midsized businesses – the move to self-insure healthcare amid rising costs with traditional insurance. Kathy, who leads the firm’s employee benefits practice group, explains how self-insurance works as well as the role stop-loss insurance can play. Read the full article here. Kathy primarily practices in the areas of employee benefits, public pension, insurance and other regulatory matters. She routinely represents and counsels clients in their dealings with Arizona regulatory agencies, including the Arizona Department of Insurance and the Arizona Department of Health Services. She counsels clients in connection with compliance matters under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act...

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Kent Brockelman Talks Office Politics with Az Business Magazine

As a contentious election nears, political debates in the workplace are undoubtedly increasing – and they could be troublesome for employers. Kent Brockelman shed light on this issue from a legal standpoint, educating Az Business magazine readers about the potential fallout that could lead to legal claims. He also offers supervisors advice on tempering situations that could become volatile. Read the full article....

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