is a partner at the New York firm of Moses & Singer LLP in the firm’s healthcare, privacy and cybersecurity, technology and intellectual property departments. His clients include Fortune 50 and other digital healthcare technology companies and European medical-device companies. He assists European law firms in representing clients entering the US healthcare market and structuring partnerships with US companies and hospitals and in complying with overlapping US regulatory regimes. He is a past president of the International Technology Law Association. His practice includes a focus on digital healthcare and developing legal frameworks to protect companies relying on data-driven products and services under US law.
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