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Jamie Dughi Hogenkamp

She | Her | Hers


"Both my JD and MSW drive my passion for helping others and uncovering the complex intricacies of the law."



A former law clerk to Judge Michael J. Garcia at the New York State Court of Appeals, Jamie concentrates her practice on advising health care and human services providers on matters relating to formation, corporate governance, affiliations, mergers, asset acquisitions, corporate reorganizations, and regulatory compliance and approvals. In addition to Jamie’s extensive experience handling corporate transactions for not-for-profit entities, Jamie counsels for-profit and not-for-profit organizations regulated by state and federal agencies regarding regulatory and compliance matters, including advising clients on confidentiality requirements, compliance programs, administrative audits and investigations, self-disclosures, HIPAA compliance and policies and procedures, licensure and certification, and other legal matters.

Jamie’s clients include behavioral health providers, substance use disorder treatment facilities, hospitals, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, developmental disability services providers, youth and family services providers, and other charitable organizations.  Jamie began her career as a social worker and draws on this experience to develop innovative and effective legal strategies to advance her clients’ goals and enhance their delivery of health care and human services to the communities they serve.

Bar Associations

  • Albany County Bar Association
  • Capital District Women's Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association

Selected Memberships & Affiliations

  • Barclay Damon’s Women’s Forum

Representative Experience

  • Served as transaction counsel in the corporate reorganization of two large substance use disorder treatment facilities and secured regulatory approval of the restructured entities.
  • Secured Attorney General approval for various not-for-profit corporate transactions.
  • Represents various behavioral health providers in response to subpoenas for confidential records.
  • Served as transaction counsel to two not-for-profit entities regarding reorganization and the formation of a parent entity.
  • Assisted clients in the formation of Behavioral Health Services practice.
  • Represents substance abuse treatment facilities with regard to OASAS regulatory compliance and 42 CFR Part 2 confidentiality and privacy compliance.  
  • Handled the reorganization and asset transfer of two substance abuse treatment programs.
  • Successfully secured approval from the New York State Attorney General for a not-for-profit entity’s Plan and Certificate of Dissolution following the resolution of an outstanding civil lawsuit.
  • Assisted in the sale of a not-for-profit adult care facility.
  • Represented NYS not-for-profit corporations in complying with the New York Non-Profit Revitalization Act of 2013 and subsequent amendments.
  • Successfully reduced overpayment amounts for health care clients in response to OMIG and OIG audits.
  • Advised clients regarding updated HIPAA policies and procedures.
  • Engaged in complex health care litigation representing former members of group self-insurance workers’ compensation trusts.
  • Sought emergency temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions for pharmacy clients excluded from their networks.

Prior Experience

  • New York State Court of Appeals, Chambers of the Hon. Michael J. Garcia, Law Clerk
  • Hiscock & Barclay, LLP, Law Clerk
  • Hiscock & Barclay, LLP, Summer Associate
  • Albany Law School Clinic and Justice Center Family Violence Litigation Clinic, Legal Intern
  • NYS Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Third Department, Chambers of the Hon. Elizabeth Garry, Summer Judicial Intern
  • NYS Office of Children and Family Services, Division of Child Care Services, Women and Public Policy Fellow
  • Prevent Child Abuse New York, Senior Helpline Associate

Selected Community Activities

  • Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Volunteer
  • Global Volunteers, Volunteer

Selected Honors

  • Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America®: Health Care Law, 2021–2024
  • Selected to Super Lawyers Upstate New York Rising Stars: Health Care, 2020–2023
  • Albany Law School, John B. Lurie ’20 Memorial Prize, 2015
  • Albany Law School, Thomson Reuters Evidence Prize, 2015
  • Albany Law School, Trustees’ Second Prize, 2015

Selected Media

Selected Alerts & Blog Posts

Featured Media


CDPAP Providers Get First Look at the Future of CDPAP Without FIs


New York State Fiscal Year 2025 Budget: Implications for Employers Unpacked


Lab Providers Under Increased Scrutiny From Civil and Criminal Agencies for OTC COVID-19 Test Claims


NYS Appellate Court Dismisses Claim Based on Material Misrepresentations in Insurance Application


It's Not Over Yet. Turning Your Judgments Into Dollars.


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We’re excited to announce Barclay Damon’s combination with Washington DC–based Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram. SLS’s 10 lawyers, three paralegals, and four administrative staff will join Barclay Damon while maintaining their current office in DC’s central business district. Our clients will benefit from SLS’s corporate, real estate, finance, and construction litigation experience and national energy-industry profile, and their clients from our full range of services.

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