Course Description



LE = 12

Introduces students to a transactional practice in the health care sector. Combines, in a simulation, a study of case law, statutes and regulations applicable to the type of transaction studied, and the practical means of accomplishing the transaction. Students engage in real world exercises that involve learning how to obtain the requisite facts, drafting various documents and providing legal advice. Students will draw on substantive doctrinal issues such as health care fraud, non-profit tax law, reimbursement, and privacy requirements, as well as general corporate and contract law. Students are exposed to various parts of a transaction, including structuring the deal and creating important operational agreements like employment contracts with key medical personnel.

Last updated April 2015.