Erin Dunlap Provides Insight on Overturned HIPAA Penalty for Healthcare Risk Management

Data Privacy Expert Erin Dunlap Joins Coppersmith Brockelman

We are thrilled to announce that Erin Dunlap, a top-notch data privacy lawyer who has served the firm as an affiliate attorney since 2017, has at last succumbed to our pleas that she join us in a more formal capacity and has accepted an Of Counsel position with the firm.  Erin is a key player in our nationally recognized health care and data privacy and security practice areas. For over a decade, she has advised clients in the health care industry on data privacy and security issues under HIPAA, 42 C.F.R. Part 2, state privacy laws, TCPA, CAN-SPAM and Section 5 of the FTC Act. Before that, she was a successful health care litigator, representing clients in federal and state courts and before arbitrators, government agencies...

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Kristen Rosati Reviews a Year of Health Law Updates for AHLA’s Annual Meeting

Kristen Rosati Explains De-Identification at Privacy and Security Academy Workshop

A complicated web of laws regulates de-identification, including U.S. federal laws, state laws and the EU General Data Protection Regulation. During a workshop for the Privacy and Security Academy, Kristen Rosati provided a comprehensive overview of these overlapping regulations as well as a more in-depth look at HIPAA de-identification and associated challenges. Kristen’s presentation explored the HIPAA Privacy Rule de-identification methods, including expert determination and safe harbor. She also explained when genetic information is considered protected health information, and the prospect of the Common Rule treatment of genetic information identifiability changing over time. Finally, Kristen discussed “future proofing” data for evolving standards of de-identification. As a highly regarded “Big Data” and HIPAA compliance attorney, Kristen is a frequent speaker on topics related to health information exchange, health...

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