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Mitigating the Risk of a Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against a Medical Practice

October 1, 2019 | Comments Off on Mitigating the Risk of a Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against a Medical Practice

San Diego Physician magazine, a publication of the San Diego County Medical Society, recently published an article authored by Founding Partner Jehan N. Jayakumar on steps medical practices can take to mitigate the risk of a sexual harassment lawsuit. The article discusses Business and Professions Code Section 726 and Business and Professions Code Section 729,…

Former USC Associate General Counsel Joins Carlson & Jayakumar LLP as Partner

June 26, 2019 | Comments Off on Former USC Associate General Counsel Joins Carlson & Jayakumar LLP as Partner

Carlson & Jayakumar, LLP, a Southern California-based employment litigation and healthcare law firm, announced today that Lil G. Delcampo has joined the firm as Partner. “Lil’s extensive experience working with large healthcare organizations will be invaluable to our clients and our healthcare practice,” said Founding Partner, Keith W. Carlson. “We have worked closely with Lil…

Medscape publishes article co-authored by Founding Partner Keith W. Carlson and Senior Healthcare Attorney Kathy W. Nichols

March 22, 2019 | Comments Off on Medscape publishes article co-authored by Founding Partner Keith W. Carlson and Senior Healthcare Attorney Kathy W. Nichols

Physicians and medical groups who mishandle a request for medical records or demands for overpayment run the risk of serious penalties. Medscape.com recently published an article co-authored by Founding Partner Keith W. Carlson and Senior Healthcare Attorney Kathy W. Nichols that provides 12 important tips for avoiding some of the common mistakes physicians and medical…

Senior Healthcare Attorney Kathy W. Nichols Elected to Chair of Healthcare Law Section of the Orange County Bar Association

February 28, 2019 | Comments Off on Senior Healthcare Attorney Kathy W. Nichols Elected to Chair of Healthcare Law Section of the Orange County Bar Association

Carlson & Jayakumar LLP, a Southern California-based law firm focused on employment litigation and healthcare law, announced today that Senior Healthcare Attorney, Kathy W. Nichols was elected Chair of the Healthcare Law Section of the Orange County Bar Association (OCBA). “I am honored to be elected to chair the Healthcare Section of the OCBA,” said Nichols.…

Founding Partner Jehan N. Jayakumar selected to Southern California Super Lawyers List

February 4, 2019 | Comments Off on Founding Partner Jehan N. Jayakumar selected to Southern California Super Lawyers List

Carlson & Jayakumar LLP, a leading Southern California-based law firm focused on employment litigation and healthcare law, announced today that founding partner, Jehan N. Jayakumar was selected to the 2019 list of Southern California Super Lawyers. Jayakumar was previously selected to Super Lawyers’ Southern California Rising Stars list.  “I am honored to be included in…

Licensing Ramifications After Drug Diversion Programs

January 23, 2019 | Comments Off on Licensing Ramifications After Drug Diversion Programs

California’s drug diversion program allows first-time offenders to avoid a criminal record if they complete program requirements. But if that person is a licensed healthcare provider, their ordeal does not end there. Recently, a California appellate court ruled that licensing boards can now incorporate evidence from a criminal drug investigation to discipline licensees, even after…

Medscape Publishes Article Co-Authored by Founding Partner Jehan N. Jayakumar and Associate Attorney Matthew M. Stokke

January 1, 2019 | Comments Off on Medscape Publishes Article Co-Authored by Founding Partner Jehan N. Jayakumar and Associate Attorney Matthew M. Stokke

California medical groups face increased risks when classifying physicians as independent contractors. The California Supreme Court’s Dynamex Operations West v. Superior Court decision  created a new legal test for determining whether licensed providers should be paid as independent contractors or employees. Many medical groups fail to consult with their legal counsel to ensure that they…

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