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What Comes Next: Healthcare Policy After the 2012 Elections

14 Nov 2012, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (Eastern Time)                            

On Wednesday, November 14, 2012, we will be hosting a Roundtable at our Atlanta office focused on how the November 6th Presidential and Congressional elections are likely to impact the healthcare industry. We are also offering a Webinar option for the Roundtable. King & Spalding lawyers from our Healthcare and Government Advocacy and Public Policy practice groups will discuss both the political and policy implications of the election results on such topics as:

  • The future of the Affordable Care Act and other healthcare reform initiatives

  • Medicaid expansion and reform

  • Impending across-the-board cuts to the Federal budget known as "sequestration"

Our speakers will include The Honorable Robert L. Ehrlich, the former Governor of Maryland and former Member of the United States House of Representatives. Governor Ehrlich serves as a Senior Counsel in our Government Advocacy and Public Policy practice group. He will be joined by Thomas J. Spulak of our Government Advocacy and Public Policy practice group, as well as by Thomas H. Hawk and Christopher Kenny of our Healthcare practice group.

In-person attendance is limited, so please register soon to reserve seats for your organization. You do not have to be a client to attend, and there is no charge.

You can register to attend in person or by Webinar by clicking the Register link at the bottom of this page. If you are attending in person, lunch will be provided between 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. if you would like to arrive early for that.

General information on our practice is available on the K&S Website and in our electronic publication Serving the Healthcare Industry. If you would like to be included on our regular healthcare practice mailing list to receive notices of other events and written updates, you can be added by submitting your full contact information to

If you have questions concerning this Roundtable, contact Marie Parks at