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On January 28, 2020, Fredrikson & Byron, Minnesota Women Lawyers and Twin Cities Diversity in Practice co-presented the fifth annual Women of Color in the Law Forum: Lifting as We Climb.
On Wednesday January 29, 2020, Fredrikson & Byron’s annual Minnesota Legislative Session Outlook was held at the InterContinental St. Paul.
On December 4, 2019, Fredrikson & Byron hosted “Healthcare 2020: Emerging Business Models” with Deloitte to discuss how data is driving value-based care models and partnerships and how regulatory initiatives around price transparency, interoperability, and referral relationships are shaping (or chasing) the future.
On January 14, 2020, Fredrikson & Byron Immigration attorneys Zhu “June” Cheng and Debra A. Schneider presented a webinar on preparing for the 2021 H1B Lottery.
We focused on highlights from the 2020 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule and the Inpatient and Outpatient Prospective Payment Rules. We also addressed the recently-issued hospital price transparency final rule, recent proposals to add exceptions/safe harbors to the Stark law and Antikickback Statute, as well as a few other significant regulatory developments for 2020.
On December 11, 2019, our International Group hosted a program featuring representatives of three Minnesota companies that have successfully navigated the waters of Brazilian trade and commerce.
In December 2019, our Employment and Labor Group hosted a webinar series for HR professionals.
On November 12, 2019, Fredrikson & Byron’s White Collar & Regulatory Defense Group hosted a seminar that explored the privacy and security landscape cross-border investigators currently face and delved into elements common to international investigations.
Health Law Webinar: Telemedicine Heading Into 2020: Updates on Legal, Reimbursement and Compliance Issues
On November 20, 2019, our Health Law Webinar featured a soup to nuts discussion on the current state of telemedicine from a licensure, reimbursement and compliance perspective.