Jennifer Gimler Brady Quoted in June 2010 Issue of Inside Counsel Magazine
Perplexing Prescription: Examining the new health care law
Let’s face it: The health care reform package that became law in March is a mess. It’s even messier than most complex federal legislation, due to the unusual way it became law. Instead of working out details, closing gaps and resolving contradictions in a conference committee, Congress passed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and then, a few days later, a second measure—the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act, which made many changes to the first bill. That leaves lawyers and benefits experts plowing through 3,000-plus pages and bouncing back and forth between bills to see what actually stayed in, what was removed and what changed in the reconciliation measure.
Quotes from Potter Anderson partner Jennifer Gimler Brady are included in the article by reporter Mary Swanton, published in the June 2010 issue of Inside Counsel.