A Patient’s Disclosure of her Health Information Doesn’t Extinguish a Healthcare Provider’s HIPAA Obligations to Protect the Privacy of the Patient’s PHI
It is generally well known that the privacy and security regulations of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”) protect the privacy of certain health care information. Individuals with obligations to follow those regulations need to understand how to follow its requirements. A recent settlement provides a learning opportunity for those individuals. The November READ MORE
Hon. Alexander Carver, J.S.C. (Ret.) – Arbitration & Mediation Tom Loikith, Esq. – Banking Pete Mueller, Esq. – Litigation AND Insurance Russ Pepe,Esq. – Litigation Steve Wellinghorst, Esq. – Litigation Mike Brady, Esq. – Transactions Rich LeBlancq, Esq. – Transactions John McDermott, Esq. – Commercial Litigation David M. Repetto, Esq. – Wills & Trusts Mike READ MORE
Harwood Lloyd helps Bergen Catholic successfully obtain zoning approval for its new stadium project.
After more than a year of design and planning, and after several months of hearings, Harwood Lloyd attorneys assisted in obtaining zoning approval for Bergen Catholic’s new stadium project. The project will allow for a new field and track along with a newly designed building to be named Crusader Hall and many other necessary updates READ MORE