Tim Caprez Named American Bar Association Outstanding Subcommittee Chair

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On April 23, 2010, the American Bar Association (“ABA”) Section of Litigation awarded Attorney Tim Caprez “Outstanding Subcommittee Chair for the 2009-2010 Bar Year” honors at the 2010 ABA Section Annual Conference in New York City. The Section of Litigation, which first appointed Attorney Caprez as the Section’s Health Law Litigation Committee Newsletter Editor in 2009, honored him for his success in furthering the Health Law Litigation Committee’s efforts to be “the premier resource for healthcare litigators nationwide who wish to become informed of and engage in discussion and debate regarding current and emerging issues and trends in healthcare litigation.”

The ABA Section of Litigation, the largest specialty section of the ABA, aims to help litigators become more effective advocates for their clients and is a legal publisher and source of news and analysis by way of publications such as the Health Law Litigation Committee Newsletter. That newsletter provides in-depth examinations of diverse topics within the broad range of health law litigation to which the Health Law Litigation Committee is dedicated through its individual subcommittees, which include: Antitrust and Consumer Protection, False Claims and Qui Tam, Fraud and Abuse, Licensing and Peer Review, Managed Care, Medical Ethics, Medical Malpractice and Nursing Home.

Health law litigation is a substantial part of Attorney Caprez’s practice at O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C., as he counsels and represents clients with respect to compliance and dispute resolution efforts in heavily-regulated industries and occupations. Licensed in Wisconsin and Illinois, Attorney Caprez advises and litigates on behalf of entities and individuals in relation to a wide variety of corporate governance, transactional and employment and personnel management matters.