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Crisis Management: Ebola - How Does It Impact Your Business? Polsinelli Webinar Series

Polsinelli invites you to join us for our complimentary webinar:


Crisis Management: Lessons Learned from the U.S. Ebola Outbreak

Thursday, November 20, 2014 | 12:00 PM (CST)


Ebola is more than a health concern for the public. Health care providers are responding to this crisis with plans that address patient concerns and privacy, employee safety, as well as public questions regarding protocols implemented and observed. Employers in the retail and hospitality sector have also been impacted by employee concerns and government regulations. In the face of these circumstances, companies must reconcile business practices with employee and customer safety. Join our panel as we discuss the nuanced issues impacting nearly every industry and crisis management takeaways.


On our Agenda:

  • Impact on patient care, health system operations and compliance
  • Insight into the responses by hospitals, health care providers and the government agencies
  • Employment issues: safety, ADA/FMLA/Worker's compensation
  • Infectious disease patterns and Ebola takeaways


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12:00 PM | CENTRAL

10:00 AM | PACIFIC


November 20, 2014

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Janice A. Anderson, Shareholder | Polsinelli

Janice Anderson offers a unique perspective to health care clients that is based on her extensive clinical and health care operational background (including serving on the senior executive team for a large regional health system for 14 years). She focuses her practice on corporate health care and transactional law, as well as mergers and acquisitions, hospital/physician and other joint ventures, physician relationships and contracting, and compliance. [Bio]


  Janice A. Anderson

David S. Cade, Shareholder | Polsinelli

David Cade is a natural and creative problem solver who understands the unique challenges facing our health care industry. Always calm and steady, David has represented clients before Congress, State governments, Federal and State agencies, national associations, and in Federal courts. David brings deep industry experience and a broad background in government programs and health care delivery systems to assist Polsinelli clients in navigating the dramatic changes in health care. [Bio]


  David S. Cade

Lon R. Williams, Shareholder | Polsinelli

Lon Williams is not just a litigator, but a counselor to clients. In fact, his employment-related litigation practice is often described as an advice and counsel practice. Lon's experience includes assisting his clients at the highest levels of management, including the Board level as well as executives in operations, finance and human resources, to determine solutions to day-to-day challenges regarding compliance with the numerous employment-related federal and state laws. [Bio]


  Lon R. Williams

Alexander Stemer, M.D., President | Franciscan Medical Specialists

Board Certifications: Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease
Education: University of Illinois School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
Residency: Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center, Chicago, IL
Fellowship: Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center, Chicago, IL [Bio]


  Alexander Stemer

Mary Clare Bonaccorsi, Health Care Litigation Practice Chair | Polsinelli

Mary Clare Bonaccorsi serves as outside general counsel and trusted business adviser to health care and life sciences companies. Those clients include domestic and international medical equipment suppliers, specialty pharmacies, home care providers, home infusion providers, hospice providers, pharmacy benefit managers, academic medical centers, hospitals and health systems, ambulatory surgery centers, dialysis providers and pharmaceutical manufacturers. [Bio]


  Mary Clare Bonaccorsi



real challenges. real answers.SM  
Polsinelli is a first generation Am Law 100 firm serving corporations, institutions, entrepreneurs and individuals nationally. Our attorneys successfully build enduring client relationships by providing practical legal counsel infused with business insight, and with a passion for assisting General Counsel and CEOs in achieving their objectives. Polsinelli is ranked 18th in number of U.S. partners* and has more than 740 attorneys in 19 offices. Profiled by The American Lawyer and ranked as the fastest growing U.S. law firm over a six-year period**, the firm focuses on healthcare, financial services, real estate, life sciences and technology, energy and business litigation, and has depth of experience in 100 service areas and 70 industries. The firm can be found online at Polsinelli PC. In California, Polsinelli LLP.

* Law360, March 2014
** The American Lawyer 2013 and 2014 reports

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