How are you handling the post-Dobbs landscape?
A broad array of liability and enforcement concerns have emerged in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, and the law continues to evolve. Whether you're an employer that has modified its employee benefits post-Dobbs, a health care provider confronted with a host of rapidly evolving legal issues, or a life sciences company struggling with challenges to product development or access, we're here to help. Our experienced legal team includes advisors who can guide you through a wide range of compliance and risk mitigation issues that have arisen post-Dobbs and white collar defense lawyers who are ready to stand shoulder to shoulder with you to respond to subpoenas and assist with state enforcement issues and government inquiries.
At Epstein Becker Green, we are well positioned to assist you in navigating the complexities of the post-Dobbs landscape.
Life sciences stakeholders should be aware of changes impacting research and development.
Entities holding personal health information should consider protections for that data.
Health care organizations should understand the impact on corporate matters and transactions.
Amy K. Dow
If you are a health care provider or life sciences organization with questions about how the decision affects your business, please contact Amy Dow.
Susan Gross Sholinsky
If you are an employer with questions about your workplace policies or benefits offerings, please contact Susan Gross Sholinsky.