As a data, privacy and security, health care, and employee benefits partner at King & Spalding LLP, Adam C. Solander provides counsel on data breach and cybersecurity issues across various industries, particularly health care.
Adam represents clients with respect to employee benefits regulatory and compliance issues including designing, implementing, and maintaining employee benefit plans. He also advises clients on issues related to managed care laws and telemedicine.
Adam has experience helping clients preparing for, responding to, and recovering from data, privacy and security incidents. He is a Certified CSF Practitioner, a designation given by the Health Information Trust Alliance. This organization provides training to develop and maintain effective security programs for health care and life sciences companies that comply with security laws, regulations, and standards, including HITECH, HIPAA, PCI, JCAHO, CMS, ISO, NIST, and various other federal, state, and business requirements.
Prior to joining King & Spalding, Adam was a member of a nationally recognized law firm where he was a part of their health care and life sciences practice group. Much of his experience is centered around assisting health care clients with HIPAA compliance, ERISA, managed care laws, telemedicine, and privacy and data security. He also assisted private equity companies with evaluating privacy and security and employee benefits compliance risk in connection with potential investments.
Previously, he served as Health Policy Counsel at the ERISA Industry Committee. There, he counseled Fortune 500 companies on healthcare legislation, including ACA, the HITECH Act, and ERISA. He also has experience advocating on behalf of trade associations and advocacy groups to Congress and Executive branch.
- J.D., Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law
- M.A., West Virginia University
- B.S., West Virginia University
- District of Columbia
- District of Columbia Bar Association
- Member, American Health Lawyers Association
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