In the latest episode of Payers, Providers, and Patients – Oh My!, Shelley Rosenberg talks with Joe Records and Payal Nanavati about how health care defendants can use ERISA preemption as a way to remove litigation to federal court.

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Photo of Shelley Rosenberg Shelley Rosenberg

Rochelle-Leigh (Shelley) Rosenberg is a trial and appellate litigator. As a counsel in Crowell & Moring’s Washington, D.C. office, she practices in the Litigation and Health Care groups and is also a member of the Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice, which is a cross-section of all of the firm’s regulatory groups. Shelley’s practice primarily includes representing health care providers, managed care organizations, and other health care entities in various litigation matters. Shelley maintains an active practice. She litigates education access cases on behalf of parents of children with special needs.

Shelley is also a member of the Children’s Law Center Advisory Board. She recently spoke on the Washington Council of Lawyers — Representation of Children and Families Panel at the Summer Pro Bono & Public Interest Forum about how to fit work into one’s practice. She also serves on the Emerging Leaders Committee of Tzedek DC, an independent public interest center at the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law. Tzedek DC’s mission is to safeguard the legal rights of low-income DC residents facing often unjust, life-altering debt collection lawsuits, and other consumer protection crises.

Photo of Joe Records Joe Records

Joe Records is a counsel in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, where he practices in the Health Care Group. Joe’s practice includes counseling and representing clients on a broad array of regulatory matters, frequently dealing with federal health care programs, health reform, and state regulation of payers and providers. In particular, Joe has advanced clients’ interests by developing legislative and regulatory health care proposals at the federal and state levels and has helped clients evaluate the impact on their business of other proposals. He has also worked with clients to respond to federal audits, including under federal health care programs, and assisted in structuring transactions to comply with state and federal law.

 

Photo of Payal Nanavati Payal Nanavati

Payal Nanavati is an associate in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, where she practices in the Health Care and Government Contracts groups. Payal’s government contracts practice focuses on contract claims/disputes under the Contract Disputes Act (CDA), litigation before the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA), and bid protests before the Government Accountability Office (GAO). Her health care practice includes regulatory compliance governing digital health initiatives and fraud and abuse.

Admitted in New York only; practicing under the supervision of DC Bar members