Speaking Engagements

Call for Speaking engagements

Ms. Campanella and Ms. Gallagher are available to attend your group’s conference, seminar, medical staff meeting, resident education event or other event to present on various legal topics.  Please call today to discuss scheduling a presentation – if you do not see your topic of interest below, a presentation can be tailored to your group’s interests.

Topics Include

  • HIPAA Overview & Privacy and Security Rules
  • Legal Aspects of End-of-Life Care
  • Physician Employment Agreements & Contract Negotiating Skills
  • Secession Planning for Practices
  • Formation/Dissolution of LLCs, PAs, PCs & Practices
  • State Licensure & Compliance for Licensed Ambulatory Surgical Centers and Registered Surgical Practices
  • Law & Medicine: Risk Management
  • Medical Staff Independence
  • NJ Labor Laws & Medical Practices
  • The Physician Patient Relationship: Formation, Maintenance & Termination
  • Hiring & Firing: A Risky Business
  • Medical Professional Liability, The Interplay of State Board & Malpractice Actions
  • Medical Records & Reimbursement
  • Anti-Kickback Issues & Practice Audits
  • Unique Needs for Medical Practice Leases and Subleases
  • Physician Burnout: Solutions & Strategies
  • The Disruptive Physician
  • Opioid Prescribing: Trends & Pitfalls
  • Social Media & Medical Practices

In The News

CLO News Brief – Spring 2017

Spring 2017

Effective June 15, 2017, Gina L. Campanella, Esq. has been admitted to practice law as a licensed attorney in good standing in the State of Pennsylvania. Ms. Campanella is privileged to have been granted admission to the State Bar of Pennsylvania and is looking forward to assisting her clients with interests in that state.

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How to Navigate the Worlds of Law and Medicine

“What you talk about and the review of contracts and the like, is just such a minefield for so many physicians who simply just don’t have the time or the understanding or the wherewithal to understand how to play the game of dealing with contracts, with new employers. Most of them, the older ones especially, the ones that are in my world…

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More Than a Go-Bag: Legal Emergency Preparedness

Superstorm Sandy, already four years ago last month, was a significant wake-up call for the tri-state area with regard to emergency planning. However, many families either did not realize the extent of planning that is required or, once the long cleanup had ended, put emergency planning on the “back burner” and it is still, unfortunately, sitting there…

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