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06.22.2021

Cultural competency is integral to quality care

The country is changing, and fast. Studies show that racial and ethnic minorities account for most, if not all, of the country’s population growth as of late. “Nationally, the U.S

Written by Norris Cunningham, Angela Rinehart

05.19.2021

One interview away from infection control CMPs?

With the roll out of vaccines and slowing rates of COVID-19 infections, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has not shifted its survey focus away from infection control. Instead

Written by Norris Cunningham, Kathryn 'Katie' Cordell

05.05.2021

Court of Appeals Limits Medical Malpractice Third Party Indemnity Claims

Many hospitals often enter into exclusive contracts with specialty groups such as pathologists, labs, radiologists, hospitalists, ED physicians, and anesthesiologists to provide care at the hospital. Often when your hospital

Written by Kathryn 'Katie' Cordell, Christopher L. Riegler

Photograph of Norris Cunningham. Norris is an attorney with Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis and is the Chair of the Health Care Law Practice Group.

05.04.2021

Norris Cunningham Accepted to International Association of Defense Counsel

Mr. Cunningham leads the firm’s Health Care Practice Group. He concentrates his practice in health-care dispute resolution including trial practice, regulatory advocacy, commercial litigation and arbitration. Mr. Cunningham has been

Photograph of Kathryn Watson. Kathryn is an attorney with the Indianapolis Law Firm of Katz Korin Cunningham. She focuses her practice on environmental law and is a part of the business law and litigation practice group.

04.28.2021

Indianapolis attorney’s leap to classroom highlights role, value of adjunct law faculty

This article first appeared in The Indiana Lawyer April 28, 2021 Environmental attorney Kathryn Watson was already scheduled to be a guest speaker in the clean air law class during

Written by Marilyn Odendahl

04.20.2021

Vaccine mandates are legal, but not without their own risks

McKnight's Long-Term Care News April 19, 2021 With the federal Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care Program now complete, responsibility for COVID-19 vaccinations of new residents and staff has shifted to

Written by Norris Cunningham, Angela Rinehart

04.13.2021

Attorney Erika Steuerwald Joins Katz Korin Cunningham

INDIANAPOLIS – Katz Korin Cunningham welcomes attorney Erika Steuerwald to the Firm. Erika Steuerwald has joined Katz Korin Cunningham as a member of the health care litigation practice group. Erika

03.29.2021

CMS Update Guidance for Visitation for Long Term Care Facilities

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued new guidance for visitation at long-term care facilities on March 10, 2021. In March 2020, at the start of the COVID-1

Written by Angela Rinehart

Insurance Defense Updates and Related Blogs by the attorneys of Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis.

03.29.2021

Medical Bills Relevant to Damages Even When Plaintiff Is Not Seeking to Recover Medical Expenses, Indiana Appellate Court Rules

In Gladstone v. West Bend Mut. Ins. Co., — N.E.3d —, 2021 WL 1113900 (Ind. Ct. App. 2021), the Indiana Court of Appeals held, just this past week (week of

Written by Chuck Niblick

Photos of Norris Cunningham, John Higgins, Offer Korin, Ronnie Katz, Sally Zweig, Doug Bitner, Dennis Cantrell and Sue Mehringer are included in the ad. Katz Korin Cunningham Attorneys at Law

02.25.2021

Twelve Katz Korin Cunningham Attorneys Named to Indiana “Super Lawyers®”

Katz Korin Cunningham PC, is pleased to announce that twelve of its attorneys have been named to the 2021 Indiana Super Lawyers® / Indiana Rising Stars.

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Photograph of Norris Cunningham. Norris is an attorney with Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis and is the Chair of the Health Care Law Practice Group.

05.04.2021

Norris Cunningham Accepted to International Association of Defense Counsel

Mr. Cunningham leads the firm’s Health Care Practice Group. He concentrates his practice in health-care dispute resolution including trial practice, regulatory advocacy, commercial litigation and arbitration. Mr. Cunningham has been

Photograph of Kathryn Watson. Kathryn is an attorney with the Indianapolis Law Firm of Katz Korin Cunningham. She focuses her practice on environmental law and is a part of the business law and litigation practice group.

04.28.2021

Indianapolis attorney’s leap to classroom highlights role, value of adjunct law faculty

This article first appeared in The Indiana Lawyer April 28, 2021 Environmental attorney Kathryn Watson was already scheduled to be a guest speaker in the clean air law class during

Written by Marilyn Odendahl

04.13.2021

Attorney Erika Steuerwald Joins Katz Korin Cunningham

INDIANAPOLIS – Katz Korin Cunningham welcomes attorney Erika Steuerwald to the Firm. Erika Steuerwald has joined Katz Korin Cunningham as a member of the health care litigation practice group. Erika

Photos of Norris Cunningham, John Higgins, Offer Korin, Ronnie Katz, Sally Zweig, Doug Bitner, Dennis Cantrell and Sue Mehringer are included in the ad. Katz Korin Cunningham Attorneys at Law

02.25.2021

Twelve Katz Korin Cunningham Attorneys Named to Indiana “Super Lawyers®”

Katz Korin Cunningham PC, is pleased to announce that twelve of its attorneys have been named to the 2021 Indiana Super Lawyers® / Indiana Rising Stars.

Photograph of Ronald Katz. Ronnie is a co-founding shareholder and attorney with the law firm of Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis. Ronnie is a member of the business law practice group and also focuses on elder care law.

02.03.2021

Indianapolis lawyer kicks off IndyBar HQ’s member art installation

From The Indiana Lawyer The death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was deeply felt by many Americans, lawyers included. Some memorialized her in lengthy social media posts

Written by Olivia Covington

Photograph of Norris Cunningham. Norris is an attorney with Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis and is the Chair of the Health Care Law Practice Group.

01.20.2021

DTCI: The roots of diversity and making good business sense

The business case for diversity is, in almost every respect, unassailable. When companies invest in and promote a diverse and inclusive workplace, they gain benefits that go far beyond the

Written by Norris Cunningham

Photograph of Norris Cunningham. Norris is an attorney with Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis and is the Chair of the Health Care Law Practice Group.

01.14.2021

Supreme Court Innovation Initiative adds Civil Litigation Taskforce

The Indiana Supreme Court’s Innovation Initiative is expanding, with the court creating a third working group to address issues surrounding civil litigation. The high court on Tuesday issued an order

Written by Courtesy of: The Indiana Lawyer Staff Writer

Photo of Jenna Shives. Jenna is an associate attorney with Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis. She is a member of the Business Law and Litigation Practice Group.

01.04.2021

Attorney Jenna Shives Joins Katz Korin Cunningham

Katz Korin Cunningham welcomes attorney Jenna Shives to the Firm. Jenna Shives has joined Katz Korin Cunningham as a member of the business law practice group. Prior to joining the

Photograph of Taylor Bonacorsi. Taylor is an attorney with the Indianapolis law firm of Katz Korin Cunningham and is a member of the Health Care Law practice group.

01.01.2021

Attorney Taylor Bonacorsi Promoted to Partner

Katz Korin Cunningham, a 2021 U.S. News Best Law Firm, has promoted Taylor Bonacorsi to Partner effective January 1, 2021. “Taylor’s promotion to Partner reflects her hard work, dedication to

Photo of Jenna Shives. Jenna is an associate attorney with Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis. She is a member of the Business Law and Litigation Practice Group.

12.14.2020

Attorney Jenna Shives Joins Katz Korin Cunningham

Katz Korin Cunningham welcomes attorney Jenna Shives to the Firm. Jenna Shives has joined Katz Korin Cunningham as a member of the business law practice group. Prior to joining the

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06.22.2021

Cultural competency is integral to quality care

The country is changing, and fast. Studies show that racial and ethnic minorities account for most, if not all, of the country’s population growth as of late. “Nationally, the U.S

Written by Norris Cunningham, Angela Rinehart

05.19.2021

One interview away from infection control CMPs?

With the roll out of vaccines and slowing rates of COVID-19 infections, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has not shifted its survey focus away from infection control. Instead

Written by Norris Cunningham, Kathryn 'Katie' Cordell

05.05.2021

Court of Appeals Limits Medical Malpractice Third Party Indemnity Claims

Many hospitals often enter into exclusive contracts with specialty groups such as pathologists, labs, radiologists, hospitalists, ED physicians, and anesthesiologists to provide care at the hospital. Often when your hospital

Written by Kathryn 'Katie' Cordell, Christopher L. Riegler

04.20.2021

Vaccine mandates are legal, but not without their own risks

McKnight's Long-Term Care News April 19, 2021 With the federal Pharmacy Partnership for Long-Term Care Program now complete, responsibility for COVID-19 vaccinations of new residents and staff has shifted to

Written by Norris Cunningham, Angela Rinehart

03.29.2021

CMS Update Guidance for Visitation for Long Term Care Facilities

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued new guidance for visitation at long-term care facilities on March 10, 2021. In March 2020, at the start of the COVID-1

Written by Angela Rinehart

Insurance Defense Updates and Related Blogs by the attorneys of Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis.

03.29.2021

Medical Bills Relevant to Damages Even When Plaintiff Is Not Seeking to Recover Medical Expenses, Indiana Appellate Court Rules

In Gladstone v. West Bend Mut. Ins. Co., — N.E.3d —, 2021 WL 1113900 (Ind. Ct. App. 2021), the Indiana Court of Appeals held, just this past week (week of

Written by Chuck Niblick

Photo-illustration of the COVID-19 virus with the logo for the law firm of Katz Korin Cunningham and the words "White Paper: EEOC Guidelines for COVID-19 Vaccination in the Workplace"

12.22.2020

COVID-19 UPDATE: EEOC Guidance on Vaccinations in the Workplace

The U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has recently issued updated guidance addressing COVID-19 vaccinations in the workplace. A summary of the important points is below. Please contact your Katz Korin

Written by Kathryn 'Katie' Cordell

Photograph of a gavel

10.06.2020

Hospital Liability for the Actions of Independent Contractors

A recent appellate case has an important impact on vicarious liability claims for non-employed physicians. The case has not been appealed as of this date (so there is some chance

Written by Christopher L. Riegler

Katz Korin Cunningham attorneys at law graphic for a white paper focusing on SCM and ISDH guidance for COVID-19 in Long Term Care Facilities

04.28.2020

CMS and ISDH GUIDANCE FOR COVID-19 FOR LONG TERM CARE FACILITIES

Nursing Homes should immediately ensure that they are complying with all CMS and CDC guidance related to infection control. In particular, facilities should focus on adherence to appropriate hand hygiene

Written by Norris Cunningham, Kathryn 'Katie' Cordell

Katz Korin Cunningham attorneys at law graphic for a white paper focusing on SCM and ISDH guidance for COVID-19 in Long Term Care Facilities

04.23.2020

CMS Issues Updated Guidelines for Long Term Care Facilities in COVID-19 Crisis

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has issued an updated requirement with respect to notification of COVID-19 among residents and staff in long term care facilities. The requirement

Written by Norris Cunningham, Kathryn 'Katie' Cordell

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