HIPAA's Impact on Newsgathering During COVID-19
As news organizations have largely turned their attention and resources to covering the COVID-19 crisis, one particular law – the Health and Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, or HIPAA – has emerged as an obstacle to their reporting. This webinar aims to help clients understand that law and its limits. Our speakers will discuss HIPAA's basic structure and requirements, what impact the law has had on news reporting during the pandemic, and how news organizations should navigate those issues.
Leita Walker, Partner, Media & Entertainment Law
Jay Ward Brown, Partner, Media & Entertainment Law
Edward Leeds, Counsel, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
Dana Green, Counsel at The New York Times
Al-Amyn Sumar, Associate, Media & Entertainment Law
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