The New Jersey Medical Marijuana Program Expansion: Considerations for Practitioners and Health Care Institutions
Atlantic City, N.J. — Sept. 12, 2019 – Brittany A. Bonetti, an attorney in Cooper Levenson’s Health Law and Cannabis Law practice groups, will serve as a panelist at the 2019 Health Law Symposium at the Marriott Delta Hotel in Iselin, N.J. on Oct. 4. The program is part of the New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA) and NJSBA Health Law Section’s Institutes & Conferences initiative. Bonetti’s presentation is entitled “The New Jersey Medical Marijuana Program Expansion: Considerations for Practitioners and Health Care Institutions.”
The program’s description on the website includes “Health Law has undergone dramatic changes over the past decade. To keep abreast of the latest developments in this ever-evolving area, NJICLE’s 2019 Health Law Symposium features in-depth discussions on cutting-edge issues relating to case law, regulatory changes, insurance, licensing, consolidations, collections, cannabis, ethics and more.”
Bonetti is an associate in the Cooper Levenson’s Healthcare and Cannabis Law practice groups. She assists hospitals and health systems, medical staffs, individual physicians and physician groups in business and regulatory legal matters of all types, helping them navigate complicated healthcare regulations such as Stark, Fraud and Abuse, Anti-Kickback and state regulatory concerns. With a Masters in Public Health concentrating in health systems and policy, Bonetti has a particular interest in the intersection of public policy and law. She was named a top attorney in Health Care law for 2018 by SJ Magazine. Program registration is at http://bit.ly/HealthLawSymposium.