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February 03, 2023

Henne, Masini to Present at Chicago Healthcare Risk Management Society Winter Meeting

Partner Brett Henne and associate Isabella Masini will present at the Chicago Healthcare Risk Management Society's (CHRMS) Winter Meeting on February 10 in Oakbrook Terrace, IL.

Henne and Masini will discuss "How COVID-19 Changed the Practice of Law," highlighting the long-lasting impact on day-to-day operations, including the future of pre-trial and trial procedures with the advances and limitations to the technology that arose after the COVID-19 pandemic.

The full-day program will provide a wide range of topics, including digital pathology risks and concerns, the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act, and more.

Continuing legal education credit is available. To view the full agenda and to register, click here.

CHRMS was established in 1980 and is an affiliated chapter of the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM). It provides its members with educational, networking, and professional development opportunities within healthcare and risk management. Learn more about CHRMS here.

Brett Henne focuses his practice on general litigation matters, fire and explosion, Occupational Health and Safety, and medical negligence and healthcare, where he represents clients nationwide in medical device, product liability, premises liability, and third-party actions. Learn more about Brett and his practice.

Isabella Masini represents hospitals, physicians, nurses, and other healthcare providers in medical negligence cases. Additionally, Isabella represents clients in product liability, environmental, and other general tort litigation matters. Learn more about Isabella and her practice here.

Partner Sarah Ferrill serves as Co-Chair of the Educational Programs Committee for the Chicago Healthcare Risk Management Society. Learn more about Sarah and her practice here.

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