Pepper partner Allan A. Thoen is one of 17 practitioners across the nation selected to establish Bloomberg Law’s Health Care Practice Innovation Board, which the company says will provide input and consultation on new products, offer feedback on enhancements to current offerings, and inform the direction of its health care and life sciences practice solutions.
“Our goal is to enable our clients to provide excellent counsel and stay ahead of market developments, especially in the complex and always evolving health care space, and to that end it is critical that we incorporate ongoing feedback from practicing health care lawyers as part of our efforts to provide impactful solutions,” said John Maloney, Commercial Director for Bloomberg Law. “We are honored that 17 leading attorneys have agreed to join this board to consult with us and guide our enhancements to existing offerings and help us develop new solutions.”
Mr. Thoen, a partner in the firm’s Health Sciences Department, focuses on the representation of clients in the health care sector, including manufacturers of drugs and medical devices, group purchasing organizations, pharmacies, hospital systems, long term care facilities, health plans, data analytics firms and provider practices. He has deep experience in the regulatory regimes implicated by business arrangements in the health care space, including the Anti-Kickback Statute, Stark Law and similar state laws, FDA regulations, state licensing laws and corporate practice of medicine rules.