Shana Fulton and Clint Pinyan to Speak at NCBA Health Law Section CLE


Brooks Pierce attorneys Shana Fulton and Clint Pinyan will participate on April 21 in the North Carolina Bar Association's (NCBA) 2023 Health Law Section annual CLE, "Keeping a Finger on the Pulse." The day-long program will focus on several important areas of change within health care.

Fulton will present "Avoiding Pitfalls in Health Care-Related Matters: Practical Strategies for Navigating Common Missteps and Tricky Situations" which explores privilege issues related to criminal and civil litigation, investigations, board members and high-level executives. She will also explain how these issues intertwine in the regulatory settings unique to health care organizations.

Pinyan will participate in the panel discussion "Staying Above Board: Tips for Navigating Licensure Storms." Panelists will provide insight on practical strategies that help clients remain compliant without missing new opportunities in the rapidly evolving health care environment.

Fulton represents businesses and individuals in criminal and civil litigation, under government investigation or in conducting internal investigations. As a defense attorney and former Assistant U.S. Attorney, she has experience litigating and investigating high-profile and complex matters at all levels of federal and state trial courts. She loves using her deep experience as a defense attorney and federal prosecutor on complex matters that feature a mix of criminal, civil and regulatory issues.

Pinyan represents both regulators and regulated businesses and professionals, giving him extensive experience on both sides of the regulatory process. He also advises businesses and professionals and litigates on their behalf on regulatory issues. Pinyan has litigated numerous antitrust, government contracting, health care and other cases focusing on both federal and state trade and commercial regulation and government programs.

For more information about the program, click here.

For more information on the NCBA Health Law Section, click here.

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