Charles G. O'HaraCharles O'Hara Clark Hill
Charles G. O'Hara
Charles G. O’Hara’s practice is devoted primarily to healthcare law, corporate transactions and oil and gas transactions. In his healthcare practice, Charles represents individual physicians, professional corporations and not-for-profit organizations on organizational formation, corporate governance, and employment agreement issues. He also represents hospitals and other healthcare clients regarding medical staff governance, regulatory compliance, compliance with HIPAA and other privacy regulations, and reimbursement matters. Charles’s healthcare clients also include medical staffs, managed care plans, medical billing companies and ancillary healthcare providers.
Other areas where Charles has experience include sales by owners of nursing homes; oil and natural gas projects, software licensing, electric generation projects, waste disposal projects and commercial finance transactions. His oil and gas transactional experience includes negotiation of leases, joint operating agreements, drilling program agreements and other instruments used in exploration activities.
In law school, Charles was Editor-in-Chief of the University of Pittsburgh Law Review. Prior to attending law school, Charles served four years aboard destroyers in the U.S. Navy.
"HIPAA Privacy Standards and University Athletic Departments," College Athletic Trainers’ Society Newsletter, Spring 2003.
"Surgery and the Search for Evidence: United States v. Crowder," 37 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 429(1975).
Speaker at local and regional conferences on healthcare issues.