AHLA Publishes the Newest Edition of the Essential Monograph on Stark Law
- January 15, 2019
—Published by the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA), the sixth edition of The Stark Law: Comprehensive Analysis + Practical Guide includes more than a summary of the law, it offers in-depth critical analysis of this risky, complex area, as well as a wealth of practice pointers and advice for advising clients. Written by leading experts in the interpretation and application of Stark Law, the latest edition covers up to date information on topics like: split/shared evaluation and management services, timeshare agreements, valuing goodwill in physician practice acquisitions, revisiting fair market value over the course of a term, updates to the self-referral disclosure protocol, and many more.
“Given the complexity of the Stark Law, and the scope of change generated by recent regulatory and case law developments,” author Charles B. Oppenheim comments, “my partners, Ben Durie and Amy Joseph and I drew on our collective experience and expertise to completely overhaul and update the Stark Law monograph to provide readers with up to the minute guidance and a host of practical compliance tips.”
The Stark Law: Comprehensive Analysis + Practical Guide is available for purchase through AHLA’s store on the LexisNexis website for both members of AHLA and the broader health law professionals community.
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About AHLA’s Authors
Charles B. Oppenheim is a principal in the Los Angeles, CA office of Hooper Lundy & Bookman PC, and has been practicing health law for more than 25 years. His practice includes all aspects of transactional, operational, and regulatory health care law, including acquisitions, joint ventures, and integrated delivery systems.
Amy M. Joseph is a partner in the Boston, MA office of Hooper Lundy & Bookman PC. Ms. Joseph advises a wide variety of health care providers on business and regulatory matters, including for-profit and non-profit health systems, health care information technology companies, management organizations, and physician groups.
Benjamin A. Durie is a partner in the San Francisco, CA office of Hooper Lundy & Bookman PC. His practice includes health care related business transactions and general corporate representation for health care entities, including structuring contracts between hospitals and physicians, fraud and abuse compliance issues, and the purchase and sale of health care facilities.