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Health Law Boot Camp (2022 Health Law Section Fall Program)

The Health Law Section is pleased to introduce the inaugural Health Law Boot Camp CLE, an exciting new program for early-career lawyers, lawyers looking for a refresher, and others serving the health care industry.

This program is designed for professionals working with stakeholders across the entire health care spectrum, covering cutting-edge topics that are applicable to providers, drug/device manufacturers, payers, digital companies, telemedicine and more.

Topics include:

  • Strategies for successful health care transactions
  • Privacy and information security
  • Health care innovations and disruptive technologies
  • Litigation in the health care industry
  • Industry-specific fraud and abuse risks

Join us as our speakers dive into the most pressing issues facing health care companies and offer practical advice on the nuances of practicing health law.

Expert panelists include some of the most experienced health law attorneys in North Carolina, former government prosecutors, in-house counsel, and nationally recognized subject matter experts.


  • Transactions in the Health Care Industry: A View from the C-Suite
  • Innovations and Hot Topics
  • Fraud and Abuse
  • Privacy and Information Security
  • Health Care Litigation

In-Person Live or Live Webcast
Friday, October 21, 2022
Event start time varies based on delivery method. Click on the event at the bottom of the page for exact start times.

Click here to view the full In-Person Live program agenda.
Click here to view the full Live Webcast program agenda.

North Carolina Bar Center, 8000 Weston Parkway, Cary
Click on the In-Person Live event at the bottom of the page for hotel information.


  • Norman Acker, K&L Gates, Research Triangle Park
  • Brett J. Denton, Atrium Health, Charlotte
  • Kerry E. Dutra, Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman PC, Raleigh
  • Melanie M. Hamilton, Ott Cone & Redpath PA, Greensboro
  • Elizabeth¬†"Liz" Sims Hedrick, Fox Rothschild, Raleigh
  • Marcus C. Hewitt, Fox Rothschild LLP, Raleigh
  • Jennifer Csik Hutchens, Robinson Bradshaw, Charlotte
  • Allyson J. Labban, WakeMed, Raleigh
  • Patricia A. Markus, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP, Raleigh
  • Antonia A. Peck, Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP, Research Triangle Park
  • Robert W. Shaw, Smith Anderson Blount Dorsett Mitchell & Jernigan LLP, Raleigh
  • Sean A. Timmons, Polsinelli PC, Raleigh

NCBA Health Law Section

  • Lauren S. Gennett, King & Spalding, Asheville (Planner)
  • John W. Gibson, Smith Anderson Blount Dorsett Mitchell & Jernigan LLP, Raleigh (Planner)
  • Ted Lotchin, WakeMed, Raleigh (Planner)

North Carolina: 5.00 MCLE Hours

1.00 Technology Training

Individuals experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or within a COVID-19 quarantine/isolation period (as defined by the CDC at the time of the event) should not attend NCBA/NCBF events in person. Should a registrant for an in-person CLE event begin to experience COVID-19 symptoms or fall within a COVID-19 quarantine/isolation period, they will be provided with a digital registration upon request.

Masks remain optional at NCBA/NCBF in-person events, and we encourage all attendees to use good health and safety practices. The NCBA/NCBF does not provide notification of potential exposure following in-person events.

See pricing below. Discounts may be available for NCBA members who are students, law professors, judges or legal services/public interest attorneys. Call CLE at 919.677.0561 for details.