Bradley Attorneys Appointed to American Health Law Association Leadership Positions

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Bradley is pleased to announce that six attorneys in the firm’s Healthcare Practice Group have been appointed to leadership positions with the American Health Law Association (AHLA), beginning July 1.

The firm’s attorneys newly appointed as AHLA leaders are Justin K. Brown, Alé Dalton, Amy S. Leopard, Russell B. Morgan, Janus Pan and Wendi Rogaliner.

AHLA is the nation’s largest, nonpartisan, nonprofit educational organization devoted to legal issues in the health care field. Its mission is to provide a collegial forum for interaction and information exchange to enable its members to serve their clients more effectively; to produce the highest quality non-partisan educational programs, products, and services concerning health law issues; and to serve as a public resource on selected health care legal issues. Members practice in law and consulting firms; academic, in-house, and in a variety of public sector work settings and represent the entire spectrum of the health care industry.

“We congratulate all our healthcare attorneys who have been appointed to leadership roles with AHLA,” said Bradley Healthcare Practice Group Leader Travis G. Lloyd. “We are proud to support AHLA’s mission to advance the health law profession and commend these lawyers for their commitment to educate and connect the health law community.”

Based in Bradley’s Birmingham office, Mr. Brown will serve as vice chair for the Educational Programming of the Enterprise Risk Management Task Force. He represents hospitals and healthcare providers in a variety of transactional, regulatory, and operational matters.

Based in the firm’s Nashville office, Ms. Dalton will serve a two-year term on the Young Professionals Council. Her practice focuses on providing counsel during mergers and acquisitions. She has experience handling acquisitions, divestitures, and joint ventures involving hospitals, physician practices, ambulatory surgery centers, and other providers, and regularly advises clients in matters involving clinical research and telemedicine.

A partner in the firm’s Nashville office, Ms. Leopard will serve a second term on the Board of Directors and Nominating Committee At-Large. Ms. Leopard regularly provides trusted counsel to healthcare providers, entrepreneurs, and service providers on licensing, payment, regulatory compliance, privacy and technology issues.

A partner in the firm’s Nashville office, Mr. Morgan will continue to serve on the Dispute Resolution Service Council. He has extensive experience representing healthcare providers in all aspects of their business, including payor disputes, compliance issues, internal investigations, technology disputes and qui tam litigation.

Based in the firm’s Nashville office, Ms. Pan was appointed vice chair of the Regulation, Accreditation, and Payment Practice Group. Ms. Pan assists healthcare entities in transactional and regulatory matters. She has advised clients on Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, and worked on hospital mergers and acquisitions.

A partner in Bradley’s Dallas office, Ms. Rogaliner will continue to serve on the Journal of Health and Life Sciences Law editorial board. Ms. Rogaliner’s practice focuses on complex regulatory and compliance matters in the healthcare industry. She has extensive experience in regulatory compliance matters, including service as a legal IRO for entities under a corporate integrity agreement with the Office of Inspector General, and is routinely called upon to advise her institutional clients in their day to operations and transactions within the heavily regulated healthcare industry.