April 14, 2023
(LITTLE ROCK, Ark.) — Attorney Megan Hargraves served as a program panelist at the April meeting of the Pulaski County Bar Association. The program, the Importance of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging in the Legal Field, was moderated by UA Little Rock Bowen School of Law Dean Regena Grotjohn and included Attorney Jerimiah D. Wood from Friday, Eldredge & Clark.
Megan is a member of the Mitchell Williams Diversity Council and serves as the firm’s General Counsel. She is also a health care lawyer who provides clients with strategic counsel on health care regulatory, compliance and legislative matters along with public policy and implementation issues. She advises hospitals and other health care clients on issues related to risk management, quality assurance and regulatory and operational compliance. She advises and represents clients on matters related to the Arkansas Peer Review Fairness Act, the Healthcare Quality Improvement Act (HCQIA), Arkansas Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), the False Claims Act, the Stark Act and anti-kickback statutes and other state and federal statutes. Megan's experience as a litigator representing clients in medical malpractice, products liability, class action and general insurance defense cases makes her a trusted advisor to health care industry clients. Megan continues to represent clients across industries in defense of complex consumer class actions, specializing in cases brought under the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.
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