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Providing Patient Care Post-Dobbs: A Look at Wisconsin Abortion Law 2022

Product ID: CA3373R6
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Providing Patient Care Post-Dobbs: A Look at Wisconsin Abortion Law

In its decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court relinquished determinations about the legality of abortion to the states. Since then, state laws regulating abortion have changed almost daily. The resulting patchwork of laws, temporary injunctions, and litigation has left the legal status of abortion uncertain in roughly half of the country. 1

At Providing Patient Care Post-Dobbs: A Look at Wisconsin Abortion Law, you’ll examine the considerations health care systems and providers are now facing. Leslie A. Freehill and Diane M. Welsh will provide sound guidance on advising clients who are seeking or providing abortion services. You’ll gain a fuller understanding of the legal implications for health care systems and providers under the current law and know what to expect next.

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Wednesday, October 05, 202212:00 PM - 12:50 PM CT

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Providing Patient Care Post-Dobbs: A Look at Wisconsin Abortion Law

In its decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court relinquished determinations about the legality of abortion to the states. Since then, state laws regulating abortion have changed almost daily. The resulting patchwork of laws, temporary injunctions, and litigation has left the legal status of abortion uncertain in roughly half of the country. 1

At Providing Patient Care Post-Dobbs: A Look at Wisconsin Abortion Law, you’ll examine the considerations health care systems and providers are now facing. Leslie A. Freehill and Diane M. Welsh will provide sound guidance on advising clients who are seeking or providing abortion services. You’ll gain a fuller understanding of the legal implications for health care systems and providers under the current law and know what to expect next.

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Providing Patient Care Post-Dobbs: A Look at Wisconsin Abortion Law

In its decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court relinquished determinations about the legality of abortion to the states. Since then, state laws regulating abortion have changed almost daily. The resulting patchwork of laws, temporary injunctions, and litigation has left the legal status of abortion uncertain in roughly half of the country. 1

At Providing Patient Care Post-Dobbs: A Look at Wisconsin Abortion Law, you’ll examine the considerations health care systems and providers are now facing. Leslie A. Freehill and Diane M. Welsh will provide sound guidance on advising clients who are seeking or providing abortion services. You’ll gain a fuller understanding of the legal implications for health care systems and providers under the current law and know what to expect next.

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About the presenters:

Leslie A. Freehill is an associate in the Pines Bach LLP (Madison) Litigation Practice Group. She practices in the areas of civil litigation, environmental and energy law, civil rights, election law, and regulatory matters. Leslie has experience in state and federal litigation and appeals, before administrative agencies, and in private arbitration proceedings. She has successfully represented citizen groups seeking enforcement of environmental laws, employees challenging their termination, professionals defending their licensure before state boards, and citizens seeking governmental records through open records requests.

Diane M. Welsh is a partner in the Pines Bach LLP (Madison) Litigation Practice Group. Her practices includes federal and state privacy laws, regulatory compliance, program integrity, and crisis management. Diane has more than fifteen years of experience in government, administrative, and health care law. Her substantial experience advising top-level state officials allows her to evaluate regulatory and legal problems and recommend and implement strategic, pragmatic solutions for her clients. She is also an experienced litigator, having handled matters ranging from administrative hearings to appeals. She has litigated hundreds of cases before the Wisconsin Court of Appeals and the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

How you’ll benefit:

  • Analyze concerns and choices facing health care systems and providers under the new legal landscape
  • Understand the current legal status of reproductive rights in Wisconsin
  • Effectively advise clients seeking or providing abortion services

Who should attend:

  • Health law attorneys
  • Criminal law practitioners
  • Family law attorneys
  • Government lawyers
  • Professional licensing, regulator, and compliance attorneys

Special Tuition Offers:

Health Law Section members attend the live webcast on August 11th for FREE!*

*The Health Law section member discount only applies to the live webcast – not webcast replays or CLE OnDemand. Health Law Section members using Ultimate Passes, other CLE passes, or other discounts are not eligible for this offer. The Health Law Section may discontinue this discount at any time.

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