Attorney Daniel Schenck to Present at the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) 2012 Northwest Regional Conference
PHOENIX, AZ –
Clark Hill attorney Daniel A. Schenck will be one of several distinguished panelists at the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) 2012 Northwest Regional Conference on April 12-13 at Oregon State University – Cascades Campus.
Schenck will speak on “HIPAA & the HITECH Act: What’s New, What’s Not, and Steps for Navigating the Future of Privacy and Security Rules.”
The National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) was created in January of 1999 to serve as a national resource for programs and professionals assisting young people beleaguered by emotional and behavioral difficulties. The Association is governed by an elected, volunteer Board of Directors comprised of representatives from the NATSAP membership. For more information please visit: www.natsap.org
Schenck is a corporate and health care attorney in the firm’s Phoenix office. He serves as counsel for numerous regional and national companies, advising on all business matters from regulatory compliance to complex litigation and contracts.
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