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Volume XII, Number 340

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The Role of Litigation and Courts in Shaping Healthcare Policy [PODCAST]

On this episode of In the Trenches, McDermott partner and program host Brian Stimson sits down with Michael Kimberly, co-chair of McDermott’s Supreme Court appellate practice, and Bill Dombi, President of the National Association for Homecare and Hospice, to discuss their thoughts on the relationship between litigation and healthcare policy, including:

  • Insights from Michael’s and Bill’s careers on the APA litigation side of health law

  • How to engage with agencies to increase the likelihood of obtaining good policy outcomes without resorting to litigation

  • Similarities between the rulemaking process and trial court proceedings, and the importance of appellate strategy to both

  • Engagement with the Hill to help drive the outcome of the rulemaking process

  • The challenges of litigation and parallel rulemaking

  • Key cases to follow in 2022

© 2022 McDermott Will & EmeryNational Law Review, Volume XII, Number 39
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Brian R. Stimson Corporate Healthcare Litigation Attorney McDermott Will & Emery Law Firm
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Brian Stimson is the former Acting General Counsel and Principal Deputy General Counsel (second-ranking lawyer) for the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in Washington, DC. He represents health and life sciences clients in litigations, arbitrations and government investigations nationwide. As part of his practice, Brian counsels clients on how to navigate complex disputes that present overlapping legal, regulatory, public policy and business considerations. His collaborative and pragmatic approach draws on his work as a high-level HHS official and a...

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Michael B Kimberly Litigation Lawyer MWE Law Firm
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Michael B. Kimberly is co-chair of the Firm’s Supreme Court and Appellate Practice Group. He handles complex appeals and trial court motions with a primary focus on antitrust law, administrative law and constitutional law. An accomplished appellate lawyer, Michael has argued appeals in courts throughout the country, including five times in the US Supreme Court, three times before the en banc courts of appeals, and a dozen other times in the federal courts of appeals and state appellate courts. He has briefed more than 200 appellate matters, including 23 Supreme...

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