ABA releases new book about health law

Contract-based litigation can arise in a myriad of ways in the field of health care. A new book by the ABA Section of Litigation’s Health Law Committee, “An Introduction to Health Law Litigation Based on Contract and Government Claims,” addresses the most common areas in which participants in the health care system face contract-based litigation.

The book serves as a valuable tool for litigators seeking to gain experience in health law litigation. Each chapter serves as a standalone primer on a specific topic and provides an overview of the relevant area of the law, along with practical advice on the issues that usually arise and a discussion of the strategies that practitioners employ when faced with a case in that area. Topics covered include the pros and cons of litigation versus arbitration, issues surrounding the licensing of health care facilities, privacy and cybersecurity claims, intellectual property claims, Medicare and Medicaid audits and many more.

“An Introduction to Health Law Litigation Based on Contract and Government Claims” is written by members of the ABA Section of Litigation’s Health Law Committee and edited by Aaron Krauss. This collective effort offers practical advice on how to try health law cases and suggestions for “issue spotting” and case management.

“An Introduction to Health Law Litigation Based on Contract and Government Claims” costs $99.95 and can be ordered online at www.shopABA.org of by calling 800-285-2221.

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