The Interplay of HIPAA and Attorney-Client Privilege
Presented by: Litigation Section and Young Lawyers Section
Description: HIPAA protects against certain uses or disclosures of identifying health information in the electronic age. It is supposed to not conflict with state privacy causes of action.
This seminar will define the HIPAA privacy rule, discuss patient rights and access to health information, and analyze the HIPAA interplay with privilege, confidentiality and attorney work product. The panel will further highlight difficulties in obtaining health records and discuss examples of when disclosure of protected health information (PHI) is wrongly breached or properly waived.
Seminar Code: AD022513
Date: Monday, February 25, 2013
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
(Registration at 5:30 p.m.; light supper lincluded)
Location: CBA Law Center, New Britain, CT
Law Student $25.00
CLE Credit 2.0 Hours (including 1.0 hours Ethics credit)
Christina M. Hage, HealthyCT, Wallingford
Leonard M. Isaac, Isaac Law Offices LLC, Waterbury
Daniel M. Lindenberg, Halloran & Sage LLP, Hartford
Suphi Philip, State of Connecticut Judicial Branch, Middletown
Adam J. Tarr, O’Brien Tanski & Young LLP, Hartford
Mark Dubois, Geraghty & Bonnano LLC, New London
Susan Huntington, Deputy General Counsel, Hartford Health Care System, Hartford
Arnold I. Menchel, Halloran & Sage LLP, Hartford
Michael G. Rigg, O’Brien,Tanski & Young LLP, Hartford
6:10 HIPAA Overview (Menchel)
6:30 Privilege, Confidentiality, Work Product (Dubois )
7:00 Health Care Integrity (Rigg & Huntington)
Who Should Attend
Attorneys—new, seasoned, private counsel, and in-house counsel—entering the health law practice, interested in learning more about HIPAA or look¬ing to expand their ability to represent their clients.
This seminar is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE.