UK/CLE Hosts Health Law Institute
More than 90 health law lawyers were in attendance at the University of Kentucky College of Law on November 7 & 8, 2013, participating in UK/CLE’s “Kentucky Health Law Institute”. The Institute was co-chaired by former health law practitioner and now Judge Frank H. McCartney of Flemingsburg, and Theodore T. Myre, Jr. of Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs.
Topics at the Institute included the new Affordable Care Act Kentucky’s new KASPER law managed care and physician employment issues, among others. The Institute faculty included some of Kentucky’s leading healthcare law attorneys nationally recognized health care lawyer Kevin G. McAnaney of Washington, D.C. representatives from the U.S. Attorney’s Office the Kentucky Attorney General’s Office and state representative Robert J. Benvenuti III. Officers and General Counsel of some of Kentucky’s largest hospitals and health care organizations were also represented on the program faculty.
UK/CLE is celebrating its 40th year of successful operation as the premier provider of high quality continuing legal education and practice products in the Commonwealth. For information about UK/CLE’s products and a listing of its Spring 2014 course offerings, please visit www.ukcle.com