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Outbreak: Public Health & Due Process 2020

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Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

With great power comes great responsibility

Health officials are now warning that COVID-19—a novel coronavirus that first broke out in Wuhan City, China in December 2019—will inevitably spread throughout the U.S.1 As the number of global cases continue to rise, it’s important to be prepared for when, not if, an outbreak hits Wisconsin.2

In Outbreak: Public Health & Due Process, you’ll examine the measures government officials can take to prevent a highly contagious disease from spreading. States have broad police powers during a public health emergency, but officials still must stay within the confines of the Due Process Clause.

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Friday, May 08, 202012:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

Add to Calendar 5/8/2020 12:00:00 PM 5/8/2020 1:00:00 PM America/Chicago Outbreak: Public Health & Due Process 2020

With great power comes great responsibility

Health officials are now warning that COVID-19—a novel coronavirus that first broke out in Wuhan City, China in December 2019—will inevitably spread throughout the U.S.1 As the number of global cases continue to rise, it’s important to be prepared for when, not if, an outbreak hits Wisconsin.2

In Outbreak: Public Health & Due Process, you’ll examine the measures government officials can take to prevent a highly contagious disease from spreading. States have broad police powers during a public health emergency, but officials still must stay within the confines of the Due Process Clause.

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With great power comes great responsibility

Health officials are now warning that COVID-19—a novel coronavirus that first broke out in Wuhan City, China in December 2019—will inevitably spread throughout the U.S.1 As the number of global cases continue to rise, it’s important to be prepared for when, not if, an outbreak hits Wisconsin.2

In Outbreak: Public Health & Due Process, you’ll examine the measures government officials can take to prevent a highly contagious disease from spreading. States have broad police powers during a public health emergency, but officials still must stay within the confines of the Due Process Clause.

Read More ↓

Carrie Killoran is the President for Aurora Sinai Medical Center and Advocate Aurora Health’s Greater Milwaukee Patient Service Area. She is responsible for driving clinical and service excellence, team member and physician engagement, strategic growth and financial performance for hospitals, clinics, surgery centers, and ancillary operations throughout Ozaukee County and the Greater Milwaukee area.

Prior to her current role, Carrie served as the Executive Vice President for the Central Wisconsin Region, providing operational leadership for Ozaukee, Sheboygan, Washington, Waukesha, Jefferson, and Northern Milwaukee counties. She began at Aurora as the Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance/Integrity Officer, overseeing Aurora’s compliance program and policies.

Before joining Aurora, Carrie was a partner at two Milwaukee law firms, Quarles & Brady LLP and Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, as well as the Vice President and Associate General Counsel for Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare.

Outside of Aurora, Carrie holds many professional certifications, including Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, certified Health Care Compliance (CHC) from the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA), and Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP) from the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE). She also received a “40 under 40” recognition from the Milwaukee Business Journal in 2011.

Carrie received her Bachelor’s from Macalester College, and her law degree and Master’s degree in public policy from Harvard University.

Robyn S. Shapiro is an attorney and the founder of Health Sciences Law Group, LLC, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She has worked extensively in health law matters involving clinical research, genetics, biotechnology, treatment decision-making, bioethics issues, medical staff matters, health information privacy issues, informed consent, regulatory and licensing matters, and corporate and commercial issues faced by pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers and hospitals and academic medical centers engaged in research.

Ms. Shapiro has written more than 50 articles and book chapters on health law topics that have been published in peer-reviewed journals and books, and she has lectured on a wide variety of health law, research compliance, and bioethics topics throughout the world.

Ms. Shapiro has been named an ABA Fellow and is a member of the American Law Institute. She currently serves as the ABA Health Law Section’s Delegate to the House of Delegates and as a Council Member of the ABA Health Law Section. She is also an appointed member of the ABA Standing Committee on Gun Violence.

In past roles, Ms. Shapiro has been Co-Chair of the Wisconsin American Bar Association Fellows, Chair of the ABA Individual Rights and Responsibilities Section, and Chair of the ABA Special Committee on Bioethics and the Law. She has served as an appointed member of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the NIH Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee (RAC), the RAC Clinical Trials Working Group, and the RAC Bio-safety Working Group. She has also served as an appointed member of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Xeno-transplantation, the ABA’s Commission on Law and Aging, and Law360 Life Sciences’ Editorial Advisory Board.

Ms. Shapiro earned her J.D. from Harvard Law School and her B.A., summa cum laude with highest distinction, from the University of Michigan, where she was Phi Beta Kappa. She is admitted to the bars of Wisconsin and the U.S. Supreme Court.

Christa D. Wittenberg is a civil litigator at O'Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She represents businesses and individuals in various types of complex disputes, including healthcare litigation.

Previously, Christa was a law clerk for the Honorable Joe B. McDade of the United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois. She is a member of the Board of Directors of LOTUS Legal Clinic and serves on the Communications Committee of the State Bar of Wisconsin. She also serves as the Director of Professionalism of the Association for Women Lawyers.

Christa received her law degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Michigan, and her undergraduate degree, with honors, from the University of Wisconsin.

  • Review case law on government-mandated vaccinations, isolation, and quarantine
  • Consider how courts might analyze challenges to public health measures under the Due Process Clause
  • Find out how a Wisconsin health care system responds to potential contagious disease exposure
  • Examine bioethics considerations behind measures taken to control the spread of disease
  • Civil rights and constitutional lawyers
  • Government attorneys
  • Health lawyers
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