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December 10, 2009

Hiscock & Barclay Partner Melissa Zambri Named Chair of State Bar Health Law Section Committee on Fraud, Abuse and Compliance

Established health care attorney Melissa M. Zambri, a Partner at the law firm of Hiscock & Barclay, LLP, has been appointed Chair of the Committee on Fraud, Abuse and Compliance for the New York State Bar Association's Health Law Section. The 140-member committee focuses on education regarding current federal and state legislation, regulation and initiatives in the areas of fraud and abuse as well as tax issues pertinent to tax-exempt organizations. It also provides commentary on proposed laws and discusses policies, procedures, tools and guidelines for compliance implementation.

Zambri practices in the area of health care law focusing on enterprise development and regulatory guidance for those in the health care industry. She provides counsel to individual practitioners, owners, administrators, executives and employees of health care and health care-related facilities, including physicians, licensed medical personnel, hospitals, clinics, home health agencies, senior residences and assisted living facilities, laboratories, health care trade associations, durable medical equipment providers, alcohol and substance abuse treatment facilities, physician practice management companies, mental health programs and medical transportation companies. Zambri frequently writes and lectures on a variety of health law topics and serves as an Adjunct Professor of Management at Union Graduate College, teaching "Legal Aspects of Healthcare."

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