Benjamin Koplin, a partner in our Life Sciences Health Industry Group, consults with Fortune 500 companies, performing complex business analysis to address legal risks stemming from business operations subject to regulatory investigations and litigation.
He leads complex investigations and defense teams, and assists in design and implementation of corporate compliance programs and various transactional matters involving health care entities.
He works with in-house lawyers, compliance staff and operations professionals to design right-sized risk solutions including information management processes, product architecture and development and technology procurement, ensuring that selected products and solutions will benefit the client’s business goals.
Ben focuses primarily on health care compliance and the federal regulation of health care providers and suppliers, medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors through the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Stark Law, state and federal false claims acts, and rules governing the privacy and security of health information (HIPAA).
Additionally, Ben has direct experience in dozens of technologies and is an accomplished full stack developer. Combining these skills with his legal experience, Ben’s approach to solving client’s issues is unique and transformative.
He performs predictive analytics and writes regression models to tactically display where companies may need to adjust their processes for compliance and regulatory issues. He also leads his clients through process mapping workshops to isolate legal issues from operational issues and uses Six Sigma methodologies and tools to unravel his clients’ most difficult problems.
- Harvard Law School, 2006, J.D.
- Boston University, 2003, B.A., magna cum laude
Professional Admissions & Qualifications : Texas
Professional Affiliations :
- State Bar of Texas, Health Law Section
- Texas 4000 for Cancer, pro bono assistance
- Redeemer Presbyterian Church, parish leader
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