James L. Catanzaro, Jr.
James L. Catanzaro, Jr. is a member of the firm's Health Care and Business Sections and focuses his practice in the areas of counseling physicians groups, mental health facilities, hospitals and other health care providers, as well as handling a wide variety of business matters, from contract negotiations to transactional and regulatory issues.
He has published and presented on topics ranging from Medicare Part D and Health Care Reform to effective governance and board member obligations.
- "Why for Private for Profit and Nonprofit Should Care About Sarbanes Oxley," American Society of Women Accountants, 2012
- "Getting Started and Limiting Legal Risks," UTC Veterans Entrepreneurship Program, 2012
- "It is Time to Take a Closer Look at HIPAA," American Academy of Professional Coders, Southeast Chapter, 2012
- "A New Environment," United Way's Center for Nonprofits, 2011
- "Best Practices for Corporate Governance/Form 990," United Way's Center for Nonprofits, 2011
- "What You Need to Know about Health Care Laws," Tennessee Bar Association, 2011
- "Social Media and Employer Legal Risk," CASHHRA Meeting, 2011
- Moderator, Health Care Reform Panel, Leadership Chattanooga Health Care Session, 2011
- Leadership Chattanooga Graduation, Class Speaker, 2010
- "Health Care Reform," Chattanooga State Forum for Business Executives, 2010
- "Contracts for Human Resource Directors and Personnel," Georgia Department of Labor, 2009
- American Bar Association, Health Care Law Section
- American Health Lawyers Association
- Chattanooga Bar Association, Health Care Section, former Chair
- Georgia Academy of Health Care Attorneys
- Chattanooga Children's Advocacy Center, Board
- Tennessee Bar Association
- Leadership Chattanooga, 2010 Class
- Leadership Catoosa, 2007 Class
- Are Remote Deposit Services Safe?, HBMA Billing e-Newsletter, Vol. 16, Iss. 4. (Jul.-Aug. 2011)