Andrew Blustein and Manish Shah quoted in Law360 article “Garfunkel Wild Adds Ex-Health Tech GC As Partner” January 5, 2022

January 5, 2022

  Garfunkel Wild Chairman Andrew Blustein and Partner Manish Shah were quoted and mentioned in the January 5, 2022 Law360 article titled “Garfunkel Wild Adds Ex-Health Tech GC As Partner.” “What’s happened to health care is, it’s become a technology game,” Blustein said. “It has exploded in growth … everything is technology from the second …

Andrew Blustein and Manish Shah quoted in Corporate Counsel article “Trio of In-House Legal Chiefs Return to Law Firms, for Varied Reasons” January 5, 2022

  Garfunkel Wild Chairman Andrew Blustein and Partner Manish Shah were quoted and mentioned in the January 5, 2022 Corporate Counsel article titled “Trio of In-House Legal Chiefs Return to Law Firms, for Varied Reasons.” “I wanted to go to a firm that basically had the expertise and colleagues who had different, diverse experiences to …

Garfunkel Wild Adds Health Technology Law Partner

January 4, 2022

  Garfunkel Wild, P.C. (GW), a law firm dedicated to the health care industry, is pleased to announce that Manish I. Shah has joined the firm as a partner in its Health Care Information and Technology and Intellectual Property practice groups.  Mr. Shah most recently served as Chief Privacy Officer & Associate General Counsel of …

Crain’s New York Business Recognizes Debra Silverman as Notable Women in Law

December 20, 2021

  Garfunkel Wild, P.C., a law firm dedicated to the health care industry, is pleased to announce Debra A. Silverman, Chair of Garfunkel Wild’s Health Care Practice Group, has been named among the 2022 Notable Women in Law by Crain’s New York Business. The annual list honors women attorneys in New York for their achievements in …

Garfunkel Wild Forms Federal Surprise Bill Working Group To Assist Providers

December 16, 2021

  Federal No Surprises Act Takes Effect in 15 Days: Are You Ready? On January 1, 2022, a new and complex set of rules enacted by the federal government regarding “surprise bills” goes into effect. The statute is broad and sweeping and will have significant effects on any health care provider who renders services to out-of-network or …