Ms. Littman also consults with companies in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries on regulatory issues related to the marketing of their products. She helps them make sure that a marketing campaign involving physicians complies with the anti-kickback law, the PhRMA Code, the various aggregate spend and Sunshine Law issues, HIPAA, etc. She also works with them on what their sales team can say, versus what their MSL's can say, without straying into off-label marketing.
Ms. Littman is a frequent lecturer and writer on health care topics, such as fraud and abuse, legal issues affecting hospital and physician transactions, HIPAA, long-term care and bioethical issues, among others. She is a past member of the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners' Task Force on Professional Practice Regulations, and of the Institutional Review Boards of The University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, The Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Hamilton and The Princeton HealthCare System.
Ms. Littman was listed among New Jersey's Super Lawyers in 2005 and 2006, and among New Jersey's 2005 Top 50 Women Super Lawyers.
Prior to establishing her own firm, Marion had substantial experience in private practice, including more than seventeen years as a member of the health care law group at Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A. She also worked for three years as a staff attorney for a major academic medical center in Philadelphia, where she was responsible for regulatory advice and analysis, contracts, staff training, medical records confidentiality issues, and reviewing and drafting of hospital policies.
"I take pride in being a problem-solver who works with my clients to identify options that will enable them to accomplish their goals while complying with applicable legal requirements.
My in-house experience has taught me to be efficient, and to give clients the amount of legal help required---not more. It also has given me an insider feel for the healthcare environment.
My past work as a commercial litigator has given me a keen sense of how facts, documents and witnesses can be used, and how they will look if the situation or transaction winds up in court---very useful in helping clients assess the degree of risk in that situation or transaction."
Speaking Engagements: "Federal Laws, State Regulations and Public Policy for Contemporary Practice 2010 for Social Work Professionals," Health Care Association of New Jersey and the New Jersey Association of Health Care Social Workers, Hamilton, New Jersey (September 23 & 30, 2010); "When to Call Your Lawyer: A Seminar for Business Owners & Executives," Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A. Women's Forum Seminar, Bridgewater, New Jersey (November 18, 2008); "Insider's View of Essentials of New Guardianship Law," Monthly Meeting of Health & Hospital Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association (March 23, 2006); "What's New in New Jersey Health Law," 8th Health Law Institute, Pennsylvania Bar Institute (March 2002); "An Updated Guide to Stark After Phase I of the Final Stark II Regulations," 7th Health Law Institute, Pennsylvania Bar Institute (March 2001); "Practicalities of Dealing with Intermediate Sanctions," New Jersey Hospital Ass'n and the Health Research and Educational Trust of New Jersey (June 1999); "Health Care Compliance as Applied to Long-Term Care," NJAHCF Symposium (March 1999); "Fraud and Abuse Issues in Physician Billing," New Jersey Hospital Ass'n and the Health Research and Educational Trust of New Jersey (April 1997); "An Overview of Legal Issues Affecting Physician Transactions," (Feb. 1997); "Release Issues; Minors' Records; Subpoenas and Court Orders," at seminar, "Confidentiality of Medical Records in New Jersey," Medical Educational Services, Inc. (August 1995). Publications: "Medicaid Eligibility Under the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005," Medicare Patient Management, March/April 2006; "New Jersey Statute Permits Hospitals to Condition Non-Emergency Treatment Upon Payment Unless Patient Can Prove Eligibility for Charity Care or Other Benefit Programs or Private Insurance," Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus P.A. Health Care Law Alert, June 7, 2002; "New Jersey Supreme Court Decision Limits Immunity From Suit Under Good Samaritan Act," Norris, McLaughliin & Marcus, P.A. Health Care Law Alert, June 7, 2002; "New State Law Confirms and Broadens Required Attorney General and Court Review of New Jersey Non-Profit Hospital Transactions," Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A. Health Care Law Alert, November, 2000; "A Checklist for Legal Review of Healthcare Transactions," The New Jersey Lawyer, The Magazine, No. 173, (Dec. 1995); "Recruitment Guidelines for Tax-Exempt Hospitals," New Jersey Law Journal, (Health Care Law Supplement, December 1995).
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