Speaker, “Update on Hearing Officer Qualifications—Is Yaqub Still Alive?” California Society for Healthcare Attorneys 2019 Hearing Officer Update Program, November 7, 2019.
Speaker, “Health Litigation Update,” California Society for Healthcare Attorneys Annual Seminar, April 2008.
Speaker, “17200 Litigation Gone Amok: Good Laws Made Bad?” California Society for Healthcare Attorneys 2004 Fall Seminar, November 2004.
Panelist, “Third Party Recovery – or Liability?” Teleconference sponsored by The American Bar Association Health Law Section and The Center for Continuing Legal Education, April 2003.
Speaker, “Hospital Liens: Current Legal Challenges,” to the VHA, a 2200-member nationwide network of community-owned healthcare systems and their physicians, July 2002 and April 2003.
Speaker, “Medical Staff Law,” as part of graduate course in Healthcare Law given at the University of Southern California School of Public Administration, with Terri D. Keville and Sherwin L. Memel, June 1993, January 1994, February 2002, and January 2003.
Panelist, “Does Business & Professions Code Section 17200 help or hurt California Consumers?” A roundtable discussion published in Verdicts & Settlements, a supplement to the Los Angeles Daily Journal, June 27, 2001.
Lecturer, “Compliance Issues in Long-Term Care,” Region 9 Health Care Compliance Association Conference, Phoenix, AZ, April 1999.
Lecturer, “False Claims Act Litigation Against Skilled Nursing Facilities,” Second Annual National Congress on Healthcare Compliance, Washington, DC, February 1999.
Speaker, “Physician Integrity and Other Non-Medical Issues in Credentialing,” National Health Lawyers Association Conference on Physicians and Hospitals, April 1996 and May 1997.
Speaker, “Recent Developments in Resident’s Rights,” National Health Lawyers Association Conference on Long-Term Care, January 31, 1996.
Speaker, “Transfer Trauma as a Legal Issue in Long-Term Care,” National Health Lawyers Association Long-Term Care and the Law Conference, with Terri D. Keville, January 21, 1994.