Michael Bootier is a corporate litigator on healthcare matters, specializing in defending long-term care providers in professional liability suits. He also represents hospice providers in administrative proceedings, and clients in general and commercial litigation.
With nearly a decade of experience, Bootier is well versed in key issues of long-term care litigation, such as enforceability of arbitration agreements, themes of corporate negligence, and e-discovery. He also drafts arbitration agreements and forum selection clauses for healthcare providers.
CMS Issues new Hospice Coding Guidelines, Sept. 3, 2014
U.S. Supreme Court Asked to Decide Whether Wrongful Death Suits are Subject to Arbitration, June 25, 2014