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Program Spotlight

30th Annual Health Law Forum:

Recognized as one of the premier health law programs in the country, this annual forum addresses key issues impacting our practice area. Sessions will provide insight from health law providers, practitioners, and regulators. A bonus feature this year will offer 2 alternative hours of online CLE. This will facilitate flexible planning for those who travel or have a scheduling conflict during one of the sessions

Court Records: To Seal or Not to Seal:

Article I, Section 17 of the Tennessee Constitution states: "the courts shall be open." Hear from Judge Frank Clement on this and the public's right to access. Topics include: A judge's supervisory discretion over court records, Tennessee Public Records Act, unfiled discovery and a lengthy discussion on protective orders.

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If you are interest in speaking at a CLE program, writing an online program or just have a program idea you would like to share, email CLE Director Mindy Thomas Fulks.


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Request a tuition assistance grant application from the TBA Tuition Assistance Program (available to TBA Members with a self-declared law-related income level of $50,000 or less).

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Faculty Spotlight: Mark Cunningham

Mark Cunningham, Shareholder with Chambliss Bahner & Stophel,chairs the firm's Health Care Section and serves as counsel for leading healthcare participants on a regional and national level, including medical practice management companies, billing companies, physician practices, outpatient diagnostic centers, ambulatory surgical centers, hospital-based providers, dentists, optometrists, home health agencies, assisted care living facilities and hospices.

Mark has worked with clients to navigate a wide variety of healthcare laws and regulations. As an example of Mark’s experience, he has recently worked with clients to address the following areas of concern: practice acquisitions, physician practice restructuring, physician employment agreements, professional service agreements, physician/hospital ventures, medical director agreements, EMR agreements, Stark and Anti-Kickback compliance, healthcare and payor audits, co-management agreements, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, HIPAA and patient privacy laws, physician recruitment agreements, Medicare enrollment, payor disputes and antitrust law.

In addition, Mark provides services to other businesses in general corporate issues. He has represented both buyers and sellers in various commercial transactions and has specific experience with asset purchase transactions, stock purchase transactions, mergers and joint ventures.

Join Mark at the Annual Health Law Forum 2018 October 11-12 in Franklin, TN.