NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 07/17/13 -- Cooley LLP announced today that it has launched a new blog, TheBeat @ CooleyHealth, which will focus on providing thought leadership and curated content across the range of cutting-edge regulatory issues facing health care, life sciences and technology practitioners.
Experienced regulatory attorneys will address topics including fraud and abuse, enforcement, government program pricing, FDA, HIPAA, the Sunshine Act, privacy and health care reform.
Executives, journalists, thought leaders and stakeholders involved in the health care and life sciences industries are encouraged to access the blog to stay informed about legal updates, industry news and regulatory trends, and to interact with the leading professionals it will feature.
A multi-office Cooley team will be active on the blog, including partners Andrew Gantt, Wendy Goldstein and Natasha Leskovsek; special counsel Kathleen Peterson and Philip D. Mitchell; and associates Sarah diFrancesca, Leah Roffman, David Sclar and Jennifer Shanley.
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