Anne Harrington counsels clients in the energy and natural resources industries on a wide range of regulatory, administrative and public policy concerns ranging from compliance with federal and state environmental, health and safety laws, to Western public lands laws, to obtaining regulatory approvals.
Additionally, she draws from her past experience as a legal analyst and compliance deputy for an international biopharmaceutical and vaccines company and her training in bioethics to represent healthcare and health data companies. She advises clients ranging from small physician practices to state health information exchanges on federal and state regulatory issues with a focus on data privacy.
In her energy and natural resources practice, Anne regularly advises national and international companies on regulatory compliance with state and federal health and safety laws, helps to manage company responses to regulatory inspections, investigations, citations, accidents and whistleblower actions, and defends companies in resulting state and federal enforcement actions (primarily MSHA and OSHA).
She has substantial experience in drafting state and federal legislation, advising clients on public policy implications of legislative efforts, participating in federal notice and comment rulemaking efforts, and working with clients to devise and execute public policy strategies, including Congressional outreach, to address federal agency matters.
Anne has deep experience in developing risk management strategies, drafting privacy and security policies; negotiating complex data agreements with unique data privacy questions; and ensuring compliance with state and federal laws such as HIPAA and HITECH; 42 CFR Part 2, state laws and guidance governing privacy, security and breach notification; and the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act.
In addition to her work as a lawyer, she has taught medical ethics at a large state university and sits on the ethics committee of a nationally-ranked children’s hospital.
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