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Henry Fenton and Nick Jurkowitz Named ‘Best Lawyers’ for 2017

Fenton Law Group is pleased to announce that Henry Fenton and Nick Jurkowitz have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2017 edition of “Best Lawyers in America,” one of the oldest and most respected guides to the legal industry. Henry Fenton was recognized for his work in Administrative/Regulatory Law and Health Care Law, and Nick Jurkowitz was recognized in Litigation – Health Care.

“Best Lawyers” rankings are selected through an exhaustive peer-review process designed to capture the consensus of leading lawyers in the nation in regard to …

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Ben Fenton Presents at Chinese American Medical Association of Southern California (CAMASC)

On June 21, 2016, Ben Fenton spoke on “The End of Life Option Act” at the Chinese American Medical Association of Southern California (CAMASC).  The End of Life Option Act, allowing physician-assisted death, became effective June 9, 2016. In the presentation, Ben addressed requirements for complying with the Act, liabilities and protections created by the Act, and also previewed what participating California physicians should expect now that the Act is in effect. More information can be found here.

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Nick Jurkowitz Successfully Defends Optometry Business in HIPAA Case

Nick Jurkowitz successfully defended an optometry business against a claim tendered to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office for Civil Rights (OCR) alleging that the optometry business was not in compliance with the Federal Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information and/or the Security Standards for the Protection of Electronic Protected Health Information (HIPAA). The complainant alleged that the optometry business impermissibly used protected health information (PHI) and thus failed to safeguard PHI. After a thorough review, OCR determined that no alleged violation of the Privacy Rule was substantiated, and the matter was …

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