David Quinn Gacioch

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  Dave Gacioch counsels clients across the health care industry and beyond on compliance and risk management issues. He also assists clients in conducting internal investigations and represents them in matters involving government investigations, enforcement actions and civil litigation. Read David Gacioch's full bio.

Preparing for the Demise of Roe v. Wade and the Criminalization of Abortion in Some US States: Practical Considerations for a Post-Roe World


By , , , , and on Jun 15, 2022
Posted In Benefit Controversies, Employee Benefits, Health and Welfare Plans

Sometime in the next several weeks, the Supreme Court of the United States will issue its decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization (Dobbs). Based on the draft majority opinion authored by Justice Samuel Alito that was leaked to Politico in early May, there is a significant chance that the Court will overrule Roe v. Wade (Roe) and Planned Parenthood...

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With No Federal Law in Sight, States Continue to Refine Their Own Data Privacy Laws


By on Aug 26, 2015
Posted In Employment, Privacy and Data Security

With no Congressional consensus to adopt a federal data privacy and breach notification statute, states are updating and refining their already-existing laws to enact more stringent requirements for companies.  Two states recently passed updated data privacy laws with significant changes. Read the full post here.  

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Supreme Court Prohibits Warrantless Mobile Phone Searches, Underscores Individual Right to Privacy


By on Jul 22, 2014
Posted In Employment, Privacy and Data Security

The Supreme Court of the United States’ recent decision prohibiting warrantless mobile phone searches incident to arrest underscores unique privacy concerns raised by modern technology. The decision has an immediate impact on an individual’s rights under the Fourth Amendment, and may also have an impact on evolving areas of white collar and employment law. Read...

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