Please join three of our health and technology attorneys for an overview of the key issues and sharing of best practices for taking advantage of AI and Big Data in healthcare for our March Health Law Webinar.
Please join Fredrikson’s Environmental Law Group to review recent PFAS regulatory and litigation developments, look to pending regulatory efforts and discuss how businesses can best position themselves to respond to these trends.
Please join Fredrikson’s Environmental Law team to review recent PFAS regulatory and litigation developments, look to pending regulatory efforts and discuss how businesses can best position themselves to respond to these trends.
The emergence of artificial intelligence has a unique and constantly-evolving impact on the employment relationship. In this webinar, we’ll discuss legal updates relating to regulation of AI in the employment setting, considerations regarding employee use of AI and the use of generative AI in employment decisions.
On February 15, 2024, Fredrikson’s Immigration Group held a webinar on preparing for the upcoming H-1B lottery season and new developments and trends in business immigration.
Is there a better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than talking about Stark? Our February webinar, structured like an advice column/podcast, will offer practical answers to queries like “Because of a crisis, physicians provided more call coverage than described in our written agreement, can they get paid for it?” “Can we pay physicians for every case they perform at our ASC?”
On Tuesday January 30, 2024, our Government Relations Group hosted its annual Session Outlook event that provided an early opportunity to hear from legislative leadership.
In January’s Health Law Webinar, we will cover a host of medical staff topics with advice geared toward in-house counsel and medical staff advisors. We will discuss must-have medical staff bylaws language, credentialing pitfalls, how to maintain peer review protection and tips for handling medical staff disputes and formal hearings. We will also cover recent case law developments in the medical staff area.