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27 Feb 2024 Conference: San Diego United States

On February 27, Foley associate Lauren Carboni is speaking at the American Health Law Association (AHLA) Long Term and Post-Acute Care Law and Compliance Conference in a presentation titled “Survey Enforcement Appeal Process.” This session will provide members of the audience:

  • Practical guidance for navigating the long-term care facility survey process.
  • An overview of the survey enforcement appeal process.
  • Practical tips to navigate the enforcement appeal process, including managing deadlines, making the determination to appeal to the Departmental Appeals Board (DAB), strategies to approaching Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) regarding settlement, and more.

This session will provide additional tools for Long-Term Care (LTC) facilities to confidentially navigate the survey itself and how to put forth its best case if it faces such adversity that is the survey enforcement appeals process.

28 Feb 2024 Webinar: Milwaukee United States

The ever evolving trend of benefactor recognition continues to grow as more health systems and hospitals increasingly rely on philanthropic dollars to grow and to fund specific growth initiatives. But recognition can obligate a health system for the life of a building or even into perpetuity. What are these obligations? What if later facts require the health system to make a change? How do these obligations come into play with M&A?

Members from Foley’s Health Care & Life Sciences Sector and Providers of Health Care Services Area of Focus invite you to join us for a discussion on these burning questions and what we expect to see in the upcoming years.

  1. What is donor recognition and donor fund restrictions;
  2. Trends in donor recognition;
  3. Pitfalls in granting donor recognition and ways to mitigate these risks; and
  4. Donor recognition and restricted gifts in health care M&A.
28 Feb 2024 Panel: Boston United States

Join Bank of America, PwC, and Foley & Lardner LLP for an executive peer-to-peer discussion of AI Trends in 2024. Phil Ianniello, Managing Director, Bank of America’s Emerging Growth Investment Banking group, will provide an update on the M&A markets and share perspectives on how AI is transforming the way business is done across a multitude of industries, followed by a panel discussion of experts from the banking, consulting, and legal industries. The evening will conclude with a networking cocktail reception.

You won’t want to miss the panel’s exploration of AI Trends and how AI could impact growth, productivity, solutions, and opportunity to enhance how we work (and live).

To register, click here.

28 Feb 2024 Webinar: Chicago United States

Dave Kantaros (Partner, Boston) joins this Strafford CLE webinar to explore the opportunities, risks, and rewards of acquiring an AI company. The panel will discuss the unique due diligence concerns on a target in the AI space, special considerations for drafting the purchase agreement, and how these deals require careful allocation of risk through indemnities, representations, warranties, holdbacks, escrow, and price adjustments.

The panel will review:

  • What are the unique characteristics of an AI company that require an expanded and revised scope of review during the due diligence stage of a deal?
  • What are some key diligence questions to ask of acquisition targets working in the AI space during the evaluation process?
  • How should the purchase agreement and other required documents be tailored to address the unique risks involved with AI?
  • What is the current regulatory framework governing AI deals that counsel should be aware of?
12 Mar 2024 Panel: Phoenix United States

A team of Foley attorneys from the firm’s Energy Sector will attend the upcoming Infocast Solar + Wind Finance & Investment Summit on March 10-13. This preeminent conference gathers over 2,000 global top-level renewables and C-Suite financial executives. Foley partner Adam Schurle will moderate “IRS Guidance: What’s Up, Doc?” to discuss IRS guidance, IRA and the clean energy space, bonus qualifications, and apprenticeship with fellow panelists. Let us know if we’ll see you there.

For more information, please click here: Solar + Wind Finance & Investment – Presented by Infocast (

20 Mar 2024 Panel: California United States

Foley partner Nate Beaver, co-chair of the firm’s Medical Devices Area of Focus, is speaking on the panel “FDA Breakthrough Designation: ROI and Considerations With Shifts in Coverage” in LSI’s USA ’24 Emerging Medtech Summit on March 20.

March 18 – 22, LSI USA ‘24 Emerging Medtech Summit in Dana Point, CA will host health tech leaders showcasing the latest breakthroughs and developments in the health care and medical technology sectors. This premier event will bring together industry visionaries, thought leaders, and professionals from around the world.

To register, please click here.

21 Mar 2024 Conference: Baltimore United States

Foley Partner Judith Waltz, co-chair of the firm’s Health Care Practice Group, will be speaking on the panel “Administrative Enforcement: Collateral Consequences of Compliance Failures” at the two and a half day American Health Law Association’s (AHLA) Institute on Medicare and Medicaid Payment Issues conference on Thursday, March 21, 2024.

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03 Apr 2024 Conference: New York United States

Non-Fungible Tokens and Innovative Technology sector team members Jane Blaney (Associate, Washington, D.C.), Jose Lazaro (Associate, Milwaukee), and Andy Lee (Of Counsel, New York) will be on the following panels as part of the NFT.NYC 2024 conference:

Balancing Privacy and Purpose: Overcoming Regulatory Hurdles for NFTs

  • Jane Blaney, Foley & Lardner LLP

Charting Troubled Waters: Navigating the Legal Landscape of NFTs

  • Adam Zuckerman, Latham & Watkins, Crypto Attorney
  • Gav Blaxberg, CEO at WOLF Financial
  • Jane King, CEO of LilaMax media at the NASDAQ
  • Jose Lazaro, Associate, Foley & Lardner LLP

The Regulatory Path Forward for NFTs

  • Alissa Jordan, Esq, Lawyer, Ethics Evangelist, and Compliance Pro
  • Andy Lee, Of Counsel, Foley & Lardner LLP
  • Matt Feinberg, Attorney at Law, Goldberg Segalla, LLP
  • Stephen Wink, Partner at Latham & Watkins LLP
16 Apr 2024 Panel: Nashville United States

Foley partner Jana Kolarik is speaking at the Health Care Compliance Association’s (HCCA) 28th Annual Compliance Institute in a session titled “Stark Law & Valuation: Fixing Problematic Structures.” This session will cover:

  • Refresher on valuation related to establishing fair market value,
  • Compliance considerations regarding subsidy arrangements, and
  • Stark Law issues related to work relative value unit (wRVU) models including advance practice practitioner (APP) work and tiered models.

For over two and a half decades, health care compliance professionals have gathered at HCCA’s Compliance Institute to share ideas, learn about the latest compliance issues, best practices, and emerging trends, and make key industry connections to drive compliance program and career success.

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