Health Care and ERISA Disputes
Stacey Hyman focuses her practice on commercial disputes and insurance coverage, specifically health care and ERISA disputes. Stacey’s experience includes representing health care providers, ranging from major hospital systems and medical device companies to provider groups in disputes with major United States payer insurance companies, health benefit plans and third party administrators. Stacey has extensive multi-jurisdictional experience litigating in federal and state court. In addition to her health care litigation experience, Stacey also provides clients with critical pre-litigation analysis and advice through her review of provider documents, contracts, policies and health insurance claims data.
Business Law Disputes
Stacey has experience with many other types of complex commercial disputes, including toxic torts and products liability, contract disputes, and communications law. Stacey’s background in accounting and business also provides her with a unique perspective in litigation and client counseling.
Stacey actively participates in the K&L Gates pro-bono program with the Kids in Need of Defense organization. She is also a co-founder and board member of the not-for-profit organization Keeping US Abreast. Stacey is also a world-traveler and music enthusiast.
Previous to K&L Gates, Stacey was an associate at a major New Jersey law firm and worked as a Senior Accountant for a multi-billion dollar healthcare corporation and a major public accounting firm. Stacey interned with the Honorable Stanley R. Chesler during the Spring of 2007 and participated in the Seton Hall University School of Law’s study abroad programs in Italy and Zanzibar.
At her previous firm, Stacey focused on many areas including legal malpractice, structured settlement factoring transaction compliance and products liability litigation. Stacey was also involved in the firm’s Barbara McDowell High Impact Pro Bono Initiative and the Morris County Mediation program.
Stacey is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of New York.
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