2017 CSHA Fall Meeting
The California Society for Healthcare Attorneys (CSHA) hosted its 2017 Fall Seminar on November 3 at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport. This program, featuring educational sessions designed to keep attendees informed of many of the foremost issues in health law, provided up to 6.75 participatory MCLE hours of healthcare-specific presentations.
- From 2:15 to 3:30 p.m., Raja Sekaran spoke on, "Different Sides/Different Perspectives – Review of Topical False Claims Act Healthcare Cases." Raja and his co-panelists discussed current and unique FCA topics and cases.
- From 3:45 to 5:00 p.m., Carlo Coppo co-presented on the panel, "Wither SLAPP - Life After Park." This session reviewed the California Supreme Court decision in Park v. Board of Trustees of the California State University, including a brief history of anti-SLAPP law in California.
Founded in 1980, CSHA provides legal education, promotes the exchange of ideas and facilitates networking opportunities for California healthcare attorneys involved in all aspects of the healthcare industry including: hospitals; physicians and medical groups; health plans; community clinics, government agencies, academia, and more.