The Nashville Ledger talks with Phil McSween, chair of Baker Donelson's health law group, about the growing demand in health care law resulting from federal reform efforts that are generating volumes of legal work in a wide range of activities involving health care companies. "Health care has always been a dynamic field, but reform has accelerated that," said Mr. McSween.
He also notes that there’s little chance the amount of work in the health law field will decrease. "There’s no movement to deregulate healthcare. It’s becoming a bigger piece of the GNP and what the government spends its money on. We’ll have to spend less, and there will be harder fights for the dollars in health care."
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