ACI’s Managed Care Disputes and Litigation Virtual Conference7月 22, 2020
O’Melveny partner Kevin Feder and counsel Amanda Genovese will speak at American Conference Institute’s Managed Care Disputes and Litigation virtual conference on July 22-23, 2020.
Feder will speak on the panel “Addressing Preemption Challenges in Health Care Litigation” on July 23, which will cover:
- the most important preemption disputes in the managed care landscape;
- case law developments relating to the ACA’s reach in state court disputes; and
- the latest positions taken by federal courts on preemption in Medicare Advantage-related cases and ERISA cases.
Genovese will moderate the panel “In-house Counsel Roundtable: Managing Key Legal Challenges in Managed Care Operations” on July 22, which will explore:
- insights into the main day-to-day preoccupations of in-house counsel at leading managed care organizations;
- the ways in which the shift to a value-based contracting is changing the nature of relationships between payors and providers; and
- how technological solutions are enabling greater efficiency in discovery and dispute resolution.
Feder represents health care companies in trials and arbitrations, and focuses his practice on representing managed care payers in provider litigation, class actions, and False Claims Act cases.
Genovese is a health care litigator who defends claims against insurers, plan administrators, employers, and managed care organizations.
Register for the conference here.
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