Law360 reported on the recent additions to Nelson Hardiman’s healthcare law team.
From the article:
Regina Trainor will be of counsel in the firm’s transactions practice. She was most recently vice president for ambulatory network strategy and associate general counsel at NYU Langone, and has previously worked in-house at North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System, Fidelis Care New York and the Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn & Queens.
She earned her law degree at John’s University School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts from Adelphi University.
Christine Parkins Johnson has joined the regulatory compliance and transactions practices as an attorney. She has spent the last six years at McDermott Will & Emery, working on compliance and transactional matters.
She earned her law degree at the University of Southern California, Gould School of Law, a Master of Science in Public Health from Harvard University and a Bachelor of Arts in public policy and English from Duke University.
Jonathan Stieglitz, also of counsel, will be leading Nelson Hardiman’s medical reimbursement practice. He largely works with providers to recover medical claims that either weren’t reimbursed or were under reimbursed. He previously ran the Law Office of Jonathan A. Stieglitz.
He earned his law degree at Loyola Law School and a Bachelor of Arts at Yeshiva University.