James George Wiehl

Jim Wiehl is a partner in Norton Rose Fulbright’s St. Louis office. His broad corporate and regulatory healthcare practice includes handling all types of affiliations; mergers and acquisitions; private equity transactions; development and implementation of accountable care organizations under the Affordable Care Act, including the utilization of waivers and deemed clinical integration status; complex outsource … Read more

David L. Schwartz

David Schwartz is a partner in the Finance Department of Latham & Watkins’ Washington, D.C. office. He serves as Global Chair of the Energy Regulatory & Markets Practice, is a member of the Project Finance Practice, and former Co-Chair of the firm’s Global Power Industry Group. He has extensive experience representing entities involved in electric … Read more

Bryan G. Handlos

Bryan represents banks, nonbank financial services providers, and commercial customers acquiring financial services products. His experience includes consumer compliance (particularly credit card issuer representation), retail banking, operations, treasury services and core bank regulatory topics.

Michael Scanlon

Michael J. Scanlon is a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. He is a member of the firm’s Securities Regulation and Corporate Governance, Securities Enforcement, and Corporate Transactions Practice Groups, and has an extensive practice representing U.S. and foreign public company and audit firm clients on regulatory, corporate governance, and … Read more

Nicholas O. Isaacson

Nick Isaacson is a corporate partner with a wide-ranging practice representing financial institutions, public companies, private companies and government agencies primarily in secured financings, mergers and acquisitions, and public-private partnerships (including in the context of sports wagering). In addition to his JD, Nick holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and is working on … Read more

Marty Hopkins

Marty Hopkins advises energy clients on a variety of complex regulatory, litigation, and transactional matters. Investor-owned electric utilities, renewable and conventional generation owners, private equity investors, developers, and retail electric providers rely on Marty’s expertise in state and local regulation when developing projects, executing mergers and acquisitions, and litigating contested cases before state agencies and … Read more

Paul W. Pitts

Paul is a member of Reed Smith’s Life Sciences Health Industry Group, and the managing partner of the firm’s San Francisco office. He advises health care providers and life science companies on regulatory matters and business transactions. This often includes providing clients with guidance on fraud and abuse laws, payment and coverage rules, privacy and … Read more

Emily J. Cook

Emily Jane Cook advises healthcare providers on complex regulatory and reimbursement matters, enabling them to evaluate and mitigate the compliance risks of new business initiatives and existing service lines. As a widely-recognized national authority on the 340B drug pricing program, Emily counsels healthcare providers and other stakeholders on issues related to implementation, compliance and advocacy. … Read more

Thomas R. Hrdlick

Thomas (“Tom”) Hrdlick is a partner and insurance and reinsurance attorney with Foley & Lardner LLP. Tom’s practice is concentrated in the fields of corporate and regulatory insurance and reinsurance law, with a particular emphasis on transactional work within the insurance and reinsurance industries and reinsurance runoff management. He is a former co-chair of the … Read more

James M. Pinna

Jim represents health care providers in transactional, corporate, regulatory and compliance matters. Jim advises health care clients on matters involving regulatory compliance (including fraud and abuse, licensure, health privacy and reimbursement issues), structuring of business transactions, corporate governance and tax-exempt status issues. He is a member of the firm’s Pro Bono Committee. Prior to law … Read more