Paul E. Knag is a partner of Murtha Cullina LLP and serves as co-chair of its health care group. He practices in the areas of Complex Litigation and Health Care.
He is a director and past president of the Harvard Club of Fairfield County. A cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School, he served as Clerk to Hon. Leonard P. Moore, United States Circuit Judge and as Captain in the United States Army, before beginning his private practice.
He has written and lectured extensively on a variety of topics including antitrust, health care reimbursement, insurance, arbitration and various other topics. He is the original author of a treatise on HIPAA. He has litigated in a variety of state and federal courts including the United States Supreme Court. He has also handled a wide variety of health care transactional and regulatory issues on behalf of providers including compliance, reimbursement, governance, antitrust, joint ventures, physician contracting and a wide array of other health care issues.
He is listed in Chambers USA, Connecticut Super Lawyers®, The Best Lawyers in America® and Who's Who. He is past Chair of the Health Law Section of the Connecticut Bar Association and was formerly Chair of the Connecticut Health Lawyers Association.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Paul E. Knag