Laura A. Brady
Laura is an attorney for Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths & Dougherty Co., L.P.A. and has been with the firm since 2009. She is a member of the firm’s Health Care Law, Business Law and Corporate Law Practice Sections.
- Represents clients in their business transactions and planning including entity formation, business succession planning, asset and stock sales or acquisitions, buy-sell agreements, operating agreements and advising clients on matters of corporate governance
- Advises clients on compliance with federal and state regulations, including HIPAA compliance
- Frequently conducts training seminars to clients and health care professionals on compliance and regulatory matters
- University of Notre Dame, B.A., magna cum laude, 2005
- Member: Lambda Alpha Honors Society
- University of Akron School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude,2009
- Associate Editor of the Law Review, Executive Editor of the Tax Journal
- Board Member: the Law Association of Women.
Notable Presentations or Publications:
- “Electronic Health Record Implementation – Why the Rush?”
- “Stark Phase III Provides Flexibility to Physician Recruitment”
- “Summarily Electing not to Treat Patients who Cannot Speak English may be a Violation of Civil Rights Act”
- “What a Doctor Should Consider When Becoming an Employee”
- "HIPAA Privacy & Security"
- "HIPAA Compliance after the HIPAA Omnibus Rulemaking"
- "Documentation Cannot Be Dispensed With When Dispensing Sample Drugs" MD News Jan/Feb. 2015 Issue
Courts and Bar Associations:
- Ohio, 2009
- Stark County Bar Association
- American Bar Association
Professional and Community Affiliations:
- Member of the Board of Directors: ArtsInStark
- Member: Jackson Township Rotary
- Member: American Health Lawyers Association
- Member: Eastern Buckeye Region PCA
Honors & Awards:
- CALI Award for Excellence in Civil Procedure
- Outstanding Female Student in Higher Education
- Past recipient: The Samuel Krugliak Legal Scholarship
- HIPAA Omnibus Rule
- Treating Limited English Proficient Patients
- AMA/AHA Seek Changes to Phase 2 Meaningful Use Proposed Rules
- Preferred Providers: Ohio May Require a Change in Billing Practices
- Stark Phase III Provides Flexibility to Physician Recruitment
- Electronic Health Implementation - Why the Rush?
- The Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Act