Clark Hill Attorney Joseph Friedman to Present at ACI’s 5th Advanced Forum on Managed Care Disputes & Litigation – May 14-16, 2014
– Joseph Friedman, Leader of Clark Hill’s Managed Care Litigation Practice Group, will be serving as a member of the faculty at the American Conference Institute’s 5th Advanced Forum on Managed Care Disputes & Litigation Wednesday, May 14 to Friday, May 16, 2014 at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel. Friedman will be presenting “Managing the Class Action Minefield: Developing Strategies to Combat the Explosion of Medical Necessity, Mental Health Parity and Eating Disorder Lawsuits.” Friedman also presented as a member of the faculty at last year’s conference, which was attended by over 120 leaders in the Managed Care field.
Friedman has extensive trial and litigation experience in state and federal trial and appellate courts. He has more than 35 years’ experience counseling and litigating on behalf of clients in the health insurance industry. He has tried antitrust, ERISA, intellectual property, trade secret, health care, insurance industry, bankruptcy, employment, and commercial litigation cases. Friedman has also represented clients in RICO, class action and public finance-related matters. Many of the cases in which he served as lead counsel are reported decisions. Friedman’s experience includes alternate dispute resolution mechanisms including mediation, arbitration and mini-trials.
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