Beth Kase and Marissa Segal successfully represented an association made up of small employers in an Affordable Care Act matter regarding employer procurement of health insurance. Beth and Marissa assisted the client in navigating recent changes under the Affordable Care Act, and successfully preserved the association’s right to be rated as one large group rather than separate, smaller employer groups. As a result, Beth and Marissa helped to preserve the association’s single large employer rates and the health insurance benefits available to its members.
Fenton Law Group’s role as lead counsel in Dr. Alwin Carl Lewis v. the Superior Court and Medical Board of California was covered in depth by Alison Diana in her October 8, 2014 InformationWeek article. The case involves the Controlled Substance Utilization Review and Evaluation System (CURES). The article was picked up by several other sources and can be found here.
Ben Fenton was prominently quoted in Cale Otten’s Los Angeles Business Journal article “Shot in Arm – LAW: Business booms for attorneys focused on nursing employers through implementation of Obamacare.” The article also highlights some of Fenton Law Group’s recent successes:
Ben Fenton, a founding partner at West L.A.’s Fenton Law Group, which opened in March, said he and his partners came from a broader health care practice and immediately sought to adopt a more distinct focus on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Five attorneys joined Fenton in the new venture, …